When it comes to compact, do anything knives that disappear in your pocket and are classy enough to carry at an event, the Victorinox Cadet is a hard model to beat.
This olive scaled Victorinox Pioneer is part of a limited run of 50 knives produced in 2011.
When it comes to naming models, we know there is a lot of variables when it comes to Victorinox- and this Master Craftsman is no exception.
One of the most popular Swiss Army Knives is the Spartan, a model which provides a decent array of features in a very small package.
Continuing the trend of tools with our name on them as part of our 16th Anniversary, today we are looking at the red ALOX Victorinox Pioneer X that we had produced in 2017.
We've looked at the SwissTool RS, and that was super cool. We looked at a Black Oxide SwissTool and that was even cooler. Now, let's look at the coolest of the cool, the NATO issue SwissTool!
This Victorinox model is not a Swiss Army Knife as it has no knife, or indeed any of the tools normally found on a typical Swiss Army style knife!
People often ask me what is the best tool- and the answer is simple. You can always your time, think of the features you want most in a tool, or you can buy a Victorinox Spirit and be happy!
In keeping with the automotive theme we started yesterday, today's Tool Of The Day post is all about the Victorinox AutoTool.
Another edition of the strange naming conventions is the 111mm Picnicker, also spelled Picknicker, pictured here with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees printed on the scale, and not to he confused with the 91mm Picnicker!