Victorinox 74mm Travel Sprays

Over the last few years I’ve added ten different variations of the 74mm Travel Spray to my collection. I’ve never used one and they are a bit of a weird gimmick, but somehow I really like these. I’m a big fan of the 74mm line of Swiss Army Knives and I like the scale designs of these travel sprays. Most of these match one particular Swiss Army fragrance, with some exceptions like the one with the flag of Brazil. These

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Victorinox Huntsman Lite Limited Edition

This is a limited edition Victorinox Huntsman Lite. It is numbered nnnn/1111 and was produced in 2006. The alumin(i)um presentation case also contains a piece of jeans material with a leather belt and a knife chain, and two Swiss postage stamps. There is more info on SAKWiki. One of these had been on my wish list for quite some time when a while back I found one for a good price. And it turned out the seller lived in my

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Rotating Victorinox display case

I found this Victorinox store display case/cabinet a while ago in Belgium. It is made of thick steel with curved glass doors on front and back. It is super heavy, I believe it’s over 20 kg! Quality is superb. There is room for small catalogs/leaflets on both sides. It rotates around a solid base. Also, the doors can be locked. Neat feature about this cabinet is that one of the doors has a double hinge, not only the glass front

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Victorinox sticker from I think the 1970s

Victorinox stickers

I found these nice Victorinox stickers on two auction sites recently :) I think the first one is from the 1970s, based on the typeface used in the logo. And this one is a bit newer, but still from before 1985 given that there is no sewing eye in the reamer. Or, they may have used an old picture and the sticker is actually more recent ;)  

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Victorinox 1291-1991 Sportsman

Victorinox 1291-1991 Sportsman

This 84mm Victorinox Sportsman has a picture of William Tell and his son printed on the front scale. It is part of a kit that also contains a cassette tape with Swiss Music. The kit was probably issued for the 700 year anniversary of Switzerland (Confoederatio Helvetica) in 1991, but the knife itself was not part of the 700 year anniversary series (which you can find on I Love SAK’s). Those knives had metal inlaid logos instead of printed ones.

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