Another Victorinox knife with ‘unusual’ scales – smaller version of previously reviewed Spartan. It’s a Tourist model with blue economy scalesRead more..
No sense to postpone with publishing pictures of next knife from the same Alox LE 2018 series – Cadet in Berry-redRead more..
I have a strong feeling, that this knife doesn’t require long introduction or any explanations, since it’s just a VoyageurRead more..
Long-long time ago (probably in another galaxy) Victorinox company produced a lot of very effective and nice-equipped knives within theirRead more..
The Victorinox Tourist – economy version of popular knife without scale tools (toothpick and tweezers), printed in white color Elinox shieldRead more..
New knives, like several ones, which we’ve reviewed during last posts, for sure looks great, no doubt. But, in myRead more..
This time we again faced with Victorinox‘s practice of playing with models’ names. For the years I remember few similarRead more..
Victorinox Bantam is a simple 84-mm knife with one layer of tools. Specifically this knife wasn’t called exactly Bantam, it’sRead more..
The Victorinox Recruit is a small (84-mm) knife with two layers of tools. Specifically this item is interesting for meRead more..
The Victorinox Excelsior is a simple and practical 84-mm knife with two blades. As often occurs with Victorinox knives, thereRead more..
We made a good progress with reviewing limited run of Victorinox knives specially for Finland, so I don’t see anyRead more..
Few years ago specially for Finland, Victorinox company released a couple of well-known models but with fancy scales and (sometimes)Read more..
This is week of show of rarities (and modesty) in my blog, isn’t it? Today we’ll review pretty nice andRead more..
The Golfer (84-mm), no doubt, is a one of the fundamental models from Victorinox. We can call it as “father” ofRead more..
The Victorinox Tourist is a “decreased” version of iconic Spartan model. Specifically this knife has a laconic tools-set, – there areRead more..
I think that hero of this topic will not be a big surprise for readers of my blog. So, it’s timeRead more..
The Victorinox Cadet II is the same model as regular Cadet, but with small blade (clip-pointed) instead of nail-file. Historically thisRead more..
Not so popular, but anyway interesting model – Watch case opener. It was produced in Alox scales either neylon and cellidorRead more..
I have to agree with SAKWiki’s article, which saying that it’s a “very, very interesting model”. First of all, it’sRead more..
The Victorinox Gourmet – another “rare bird” from 84-mm family. Unlike this one (sorry for the ugly pictures, hope willRead more..