The Victorinox Signature Lite model, – almost the famous Classic SD, but with LED light and pen instead of regular toothpickRead more..
The Victorinox Tourist is a “decreased” version of iconic Spartan model. Specifically this knife has a laconic tools-set, – there areRead more..
The Victorinox Troubleshooter is very unusual model. As far as I know (I’m not sure for 100%) first time VictorinoxRead more..
The Victorinox Huntsman is a very popular (almost like Climber) 91mm model, but this one is definetely valuable due toRead 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..
The Victorinox Executive is a 74mm model with unique tool – orange-peeler. Interesting fact: the same model, but with stainlessRead more..
The Victorinox Rogue – 2-layers pocket-knife (58-mm), accordingly to SAKWiki, this one was produced in date range from 1995 to 1997Read more..
The Victorinox Climber – well known and definitely popular model. This one doesn’t has toothpick and tweezers, probably it’s accordinglyRead more..
The Victorinox Rancher – vintage variation with old cross (OC) instead of modern shield and logo of Swiss company Brütsch-Rüegger Photos: RelatedRead more..
One more knife from “fish” series – as many others, without own name. In collectors’ societies is known as “Fischermesser” (accordinglyRead more..
The Victorinox Angler Deluxe is a model which was produced during relatively short period of time. It one layer widerRead more..
The Victorinox Golfer Special really is a very special (and rare!) model. There are no too much information about itRead more..
Which model from Victorinox knives is a most ‘equipped‘? If we will exclude from all variety of models few ones,Read more..
The Victorinox Picknicker – old and vintage 91-mm model which is very similar to more popular Camper, but with serrated blade insteadRead more..
The Victorinox Gourmet – another “rare bird” from 84-mm family. Unlike this one (sorry for the ugly pictures, hope willRead more..
Another Tinker Small in my collection – nice vintage version with clip-point small blade, squared Phillips screwdriver (with can-opener butRead more..
The Victorinox Tourist – “younger” brother of Spartan. Version without KR, toothpick/tweezers and with etched word ‘SIG’ on blade. Photos: Related models: Spartan Sportsman Tinker Small SAKWikiRead more..
The Victorinox Classic with interesting pattern on scales, which displays Edelweiss flowers. This series were introduced in 20XX and includesRead more..
The Victorinox Climber, probably is most popular model (after Spartan, for sure). It was produced with dozens of design changes:Read more..
Victorinox Fieldmaster – variation with rare type of scale cross. Accordingly to the information from multitool.org, such variants of scales wereRead more..