Translucent SAKs, all the existing colors!

I think I (finally) have all different colors of translucent scales that exist. Anyone know of any others? In 91mm, that is? Edit (2020-11-28): there are roughly twice as many translucent scale colors in 91mm, including the Climber Gold edition, green and orange from the Color Twins sets, different shades of teal (for Motorex and Rittmeyer), translucent black (unlike the two onyx ones in the picture), bright (lime) green for BLS, etc. I do have an updated post on these

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Victorinox SwissChamp XLT

Victorinox SwissChamp XLT

Another big one, the Victorinox SwissChamp XLT. Basically a SwissChamp with added CyberTool driver and a number of uncommon tools like an electrician’s blade, a small pruning blade and a pharmaceutical spatula. Unfortunately this is the only picture I have and this XLT has already been sold :( Not big enough? Check out the SwissChamp XXLT!

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Victorinox SwissChamp XXLT

Victorinox SwissChamp XXLT

The Victorinox SwissChamp XXLT is a very cool, ridiculously big Swiss Army Knife, primarily aimed at collectors. It is way too big for pocket carry. It’s also too big to be actually used. It has 72 functions, including the rather uncommon butane lighter. The only other two knives with that lighter are the SwissFlame and the CampFlame. It’s also one of the few models that have the CyberTool bit driver. In fact, the SwissChamp XXLT has two of them, with

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Victorinox CyberTool 34

Victorinox CyberTool 34

The CyberTool 34 is the CyberTool 29‘s bigger brother, adding scissors, pliers and a multi purpose hook. This particular one has translucent onyx scales. I thought those scales would be translucent black, but they turned out to be more like reddish brown… These scales have a slot for a small set of tweezers, like the Voyager and Altimeter (no pics yet ;) ), but there is no cutout so you can’t insert the tweezers without modding the scale. The CyberTool

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Victorinox CyberTool 29

Victorinox CyberTool 29

The Victorinox CyberTool 29 was introduced in 2000. It adds plus scales and a Bit driver to the basic Spartan model. The bit driver and bit holder are unique to the CyberTool models (and some collectors knives like the SwissChamp XAVT). All CyberTool models come with 4 different, double sided bits, including flat head, Pozidriv, Phillips and Torx bits. The bit holder holds 3 bits, the 4th one is stored in the bit driver itself. The bit holder/case is made

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