Victorinox Executive - orange peeler with fine teeth

Victorinox (Victoria) Executive

This is a pretty old Executive. It has the Victoria stamp on the tang of the main blade, aluminum tipped tweezers and the older style scissors (with a single leaf spring). The orange peeler has finer teeth than current Executive knives like this green Executive and this older, smooth alox one. The red cellidor scales …

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Victorinox Traveller

Victorinox (original) Traveller

The (original) Traveller is basically a Climber without key ring. This particular one has the Victorinox shield and cross on the back scale, since there is a metal inlaid company logo on the front. This knife is from before 1985 (because the awl/reamer has no sewing eye). Note the fluted corkscrew and the absence of …

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Victorinox StayGlo Camper

StayGlow Victorinox Camper

This is a Camper that I retrofitted with StayGlow scales. Those greenish-yellow scales are fluorescent which is a nice feature. They actually glow in the dark. Other than that, it’s a regular Camper, just like my green and black ones.

Victorinox Fisherman

Victorinox Fisherman

This is a Victorinox Fisherman. It has the Phillips screwdriver instead of the corkscrew and is one of only a few knives that have the fish scaler/hook disgorger tool, which is also a ruler and, apparently, a Halloween pumpkin carver ;) The Fisherman has a metal inlay of a fish on the front scale. Older …

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