The Victorinox Sportsman is a two-layers 84-mm model which is contains relatively rare (for this form-factor) tool – nail-file. This variation doesn’t have a key-ring.
The Victorinox Small Climber is a ‘younger brother’ of very popular Climber model but in smaller form-factor (84 mm). Unfortunatelly now, this model and many others in the same size are discontinued. Maybe this is a reason, why they are so valued by collectors.
The Victorinox Cadet is a very popular Alox model in 84-mm range. But this one is something relatively rare. Let’s check what SAKWiki knows:
A Copper colored model was available for a short time prior to 2006 and is considered a collector’s item.
P.S. Special thanks to Mile Živković for the help with identifying!
The Victorinox Tinker Small is a 84-mm 3-layers model.
The Victorinox Tourist – “younger” brother of Spartan. Version without KR and with ‘SwissAir’ logo instead of Swiss Cross on scales.
Few weeks before I’ve reviewed a predecessor of current model Lumberjack
– Model 2231
. Ooops, now Lumberjack
called as Walker
, I can not get used to it..
But lets talk about knives. Today’s knife is a predecessor of Lumberjack model, which was a predecessor of today’s knife Walker… Much better 🙂
As Model 2231, this knife has a cap-lifter instead of combo-tool and cellidor scales instead of Alox ones, but doesn’t have dedicated name. At least, I couldn’t find it yet.
- Model 2231
Alox Cadet – 2 layers model in 84-mm form-factor.
Need some help with identifying the exact name of this color.
UPDATE: It’s a Hunter Green color. Thanks, Mile!
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.
The Victorinox Bantam II is a simple 1-layer knife with two blades.
Alox version of thos knife originally was named as Bantam, but later on it was renamed, because another version of Bantam (combo-tool instead of small blade) was released. Cellidor version, AFAIK, dodn’t had own name, only digital number.