A regular Bijou SD model, but with signature of somebody by name “G.Bush” (who is this person?) and gold logo of US vice-president.
Another limited Victorinox knife – Classic SD from series, dedicated to the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996.
Few posts before I’ve presented 111-mm model (Rucksack) with World Globe logo instead of Swiss cross on its scales.
Today’s model is much smaller (Classic SD), but also has this sign – World Globe.
Just an another adveristment Classic SD.
The Victorinox Classic SD from Zodiac series. Aries sign on scale. As SAKWiki said, this series contains regular Classics, but mine is SD version. Maybe swapped scales, who knows?
The Victorinox JetSetter is a direct descendant of Bladeless model which was introduced in 2012. It has only one difference with it’s predecessor – JetSetter model has a toothpick instead of removable pen in Bladeless model.
Seems, it was a very simple discrepance between these models, but this time Victorinox again did the best…
JetSetter wasn’t a name for one dedicated model, this word was used as name for the whole series of few new models. I’m not going to describe all these models, information about this series can be easily find on SAKWiki, I just would like to mention that my knife – is a first variation fron this series, or JetSetter 1 in other words.
- JetSetter series
Another variation of Classic SD with interesting scales’ design.
Victorinox Classic SD – interesting design from Classic LE2012 series. As far as I know, only this model with red-colored tweezers.
In 2007 Victorinox company released a new series of limited knives. This time it was a Classic SD Alox model in different colors: turquoise-blue, lime-green, hot-pink, orange, and silver.
The Classic Sterling Silver model is almost the same model as popular Classic, but without needed toothpick / tweezers and a little bit higher price.
I couldn’t discover more differencies…
In 2015 company Victorinox announced a new series of Limited Edition knives. Starting this year, they’re going to release simultaneously three Alox knives in some unusual color every year. Each time the three models will be released:
- Classic SD (58-mm);
- Cadet (84-mm);
- Pioneer (93-mm).
These models will be the same for all runs, but every time in a new color. For 2015 this color is “Still Blue”. So, let’s start: first model in Alox LE 2015 series is Classic SD!
In 2007 Victorinox company release a set (series) of regular knives in irregular color – “Rose edition“. There are three knives in this series: Cadet, Signature Lite and hero of today’s review – Classic. Except new color, there are no differencies with usual Classic.
Probably, this is a shortest post in this year.
I don’t have any idea what the model it should be?
Looks like Bijou without toothpick and tweezers. As far as I know, old-style nail-file was present only on Executive 58 model, but this model were produced with Alox scales only…
Looks strange. Any help will be very appreciated
UPDATE: It should be a Commander model – it was Bijou predecessor from 1970s. Pictures from old catalog were added to the post.
Thanks for help, Julius! 🙂
P.S. In Hoffritz catalog from 1977 this knife was mentioned as Tinker (model 11096)
- Executive 58
Victorinox Classic – 58mm model with “Parthership for Peace” logo printed on scale.
This knife was released as a part of limited series “Classic 2013“. Interesting fact: in 2012 Victorinox company started special competition for enthusiats who would like to create own design of Classic LE (this project was hosted on jovoto.com).
In 2013 this competition also was released. More details are available here.
Small. Rare. Bladeless. It’s all about Manicure I model – one of few Victorinox knives without blade.
As SAKWiki said:
Some people have reported an earlier version with the toothpick rather than the removable pen.