This 91mm Swiss Champ is a true masterpiece, almost everything you may need in one big but still very manageable knife! The only thing that surprisingly is missing is a nail file, not even a small one on the multipurpose hook!
The Victorinox Cheese Knife is a 111 mm knife with all the essentials for a romantic entre nous with wine, bread and cheese. Nothing more and nothing less. It was originally designed for the Switzerland Cheese Marketing group in 2010, but in 2013 Victorinox added it to its own catalog as a special edition.
A very nice knife to steal the show with at a family dinner!
The Victorinox Electrician is a 93 mm alox model. It is similar to the very common Pioneer model, only it replaces the can opener with an Electrician’s blade (a sheepsfoot shaped blade with a wire scraper).
This is a small wonder: a lot of usefull tools in a very small 4 layered 58 mm Swiss Army Knife. The scissors and cap lifter have their own layer, but the other tools share one layer (meaning there is no liner between them). This makes the knife extra thin, but the downside is that tools may rub against each other.
The alox Vagabond is made exclusively for Swiss Bianco, a US/Canada based dealer. This olive drab (green) alox Vagabond is limited to 100 pieces.
The Victorinox Trailmaster is the second Swiss Army Knife I bought. It’s key features are a locking blade and extra strong caplifter (which also locks and can be used as a small prybar). In other parts of the world this knife is also known as the Victorinox Trekker.