The one of the most weird Victorinox knives which ever was produced – model Swiss Beat, as many others (withRead more..
In 2005 Victorinox introduced their new model from 58-mm range with integrated (and removable) USB flash-memory, this knife was namedRead more..
The Victorinox Camper is a three-layered knife in 91-mm form-factor. This model was presented in my blog several times, butRead more..
The Victorinox Sportsman is a thin 84-mm knife and only one from few other officer knives, equipped by nail-file (inRead more..
Two years ago, when I’ve presented in my blog a new Victorinox knife, called WineMaster, I also noticed that thisRead more..
The Victorinox Budding knife 3.9140 recently got a new name – Budding Knife Combi 2, together with many others fromRead more..
In 2017, when Victorinox company did a massive perturbations in their 111-mm line-up, they also made another (not so big)Read more..
The third (and last) reviewed knife in my collection from series, which was released in 2017 for Russia will beRead more..
In the previous post I’ve mentioned that Victorinox company released in 2017 exclusively for Russian market some 111-mm models withRead more..
Although the Forester model already presented in my collection (even in different variations), I could not resist from buying thisRead more..
The last knife in the Alox LE 2019 series as usual will be the biggest knife in this annual setRead more..
You probably noticed that for several years already, here, in my blog, after the review of the first knife (ClassicRead more..
In 2019 within series ‘Alox Limited‘, started in 2015, Victorinox company again released three Alox models. As usual, they wereRead more..
The Spartan Pruner (unofficial name) can be called another variation of Spartan, like recent knife from previous post, but thisRead more..
The Victorinox Tinker Deluxe is an ‘enhanced’ version of simple Tinker model which was created by adding two layers withRead more..
There is another knife from big variety of knives for gardeners and nurseries, produced by Victorinox. This model has threeRead more..
Usually I’m publishing here, in the blog, posts about my knives, with some (sometimes serious) delay. In average time betweenRead more..
There are just few models from Victorinox knives in 111-mm form-factor, which were produced with three variations of blade –Read more..
This knife was identified as Model 4/5 from series “Strong pocket knives for peasants”, based on information from old Elsener’sRead more..
The Victorinox Bantam II is a slim and lightweight model in 84-mm form-factor. Originally this knife was named Bantam, butRead more..