Victorinox Camo Spartan

Victorinox Camo Spartan

The Spartan is the standard 91mm knife. It has the basic tool configuration with 2 blades, a can opener, a bottle opener, a reamer/awl, a corkscrew, tweezers and a toothpick. The Spartan comes in a wide range of scale colors, including this camouflage pattern. The Spartan is actually the modern incarnation of the original Swiss officer’s knife from 1897.

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Victorinox Voyager

Victorinox Voyager

This is a Victorinox Voyager. It adds an electronic clock and an alarm to the popular Climber model. The Swiss shield is actually a button that controls the clock and alarm. The Voyager has plus scales, containing a straight pin and a pen. Usually, the tweezers are in the front scales, but since there is no room for the tweezers (the battery compartment is in the way), the tweezers have moved to the back scales. They are a bit smaller

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Victorinox SwissChamps

Victorinox SwissChamps – differences

The Victorinox SwissChamp was introduced in 1985 as the premium model in the line-up. It added pliers to the Champion Plus model which had been the biggest Swiss Army Knife before. The SwissChamp is still the biggest regular model, although a couple of even bigger SAKs have been available, like the SwissChamp XLT, XXLT and XAVT. Those are considered collector’s pieces while the SwissChamp is actually usable on an everyday basis. The Champ has evolved a little since its introduction

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Black soft grip Victorinox Climber RT - logo on main blade

Victorinox Climber RT

In 2010, Victorinox released a soft grip version of the Climber model for the On The Road tour. It is called the Climber RT (Road Tour) and has black cellidor scales with a special coating giving it a nice soft grip finish. You can see the difference between the soft grip scales and the regular shiny cellidor scales in the picture with the Climber RT and a Compact model. It also features a laser engraved Your Companion for Life on

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Black Victorinox SAKs

There is a thread on the MultiTool.org forums about black Swiss Army knives, with lots of great pictures.  I happen to like black cellidor scales a lot. In fact, it’s one of my favorite scale colors, along with green and any kind of colored alox. Here are some of my black Victorinox SAKs. I have some more, including a black Compact (awesome EDC knife!), more Classics and a black SwissCard: A little info on the knives in the picture: The

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