695. Cadet

This is week of show of rarities (and modesty) in my blog, isn’t it?
Today we’ll review pretty nice and relatively vintage Cadet. It’s already almost modern model, – it got a nail-file instead of small clip-pointed blade, but still has old ribbed Alox scales. Moreover, this knife almost new!
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Related models:

  • Cadet II
  • Recruit

577. Lumberjack (Model 2231 r +)

Actually this model was released before then name Lumberjack was given to the another model with similar configuration of tools. The one discrepance between them — latest Lumberjack has combo-tool instead of cap-lifter in Model 2231 r +.
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Related models:

  • Lumberjack
  • Bantam

454. Bantam Alox (Model 2230 s + ?)

The Bantam is a simple single-layer knife which was produced with two types of scales — cellidor and alox ones. Earlier versions of Bantam Alox were produced with Horizontally Ribbed scales (modern models – with usual dotted scales, for example).

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Related models:

  • My first Victorinox
  • Bantam II
  • Bantam predecessors