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Yesterday was my lucky day! I was able to buy these knives from a watch collector. The watch knives in particular are not that easy to find.
It works surprisingly well with a solid carbide drill and drilling oil. Just be careful that it doesn't get hot.
My latest Alox findings
Finally I had some time to modify my new EDC SAK.
This time I wanted to mod a rancher where the small blade can be easily one hand opened.
My finds today
@Moshe: here are pics for you: https://www.edcforums.com/threads/show-me-your-sak-part-2.128813/page-163
Get some beautiful 75 / 84mm Victorinox with horn handles. From the old days when almost everything was still done by hand. Corkscrews are really...
@ Moshe: does not really fit into the alox thread, so here: Forester with acrylic handles.
Come in the last few days
@Moshe: with pleasure
@MatBlack: The prices of many rare alox on ehBuy are crazy :(
I am extreme lucky to have made a few series myself at the...
A special model called Castaway that was made for Swissbianco. I could exchange it for two equally rare bicolor alox. The Marlinspike (long awl)...
The latest in my collection:
Get in the past few days:
@ Moshe ben David: Yes, I meant 4 layers.
I got these three today.
A beautiful Wenger 85mm in special green. Rarely that the same logo is...
Thanks for your comment, now I understand a little better why it is in the USA - after all, the largest Victorinox customer! -...
@Nick: Thank you!
Almost all bicolors are overpriced...
@Moshe ben David: Yup, I look forward to it! The first official four lay alox, something...
My place is winterthur, a small town in switzerland. I live and was born here like my grandparents and parents, and love my hometown.
As a knife...
My little PioneerX family:
Difficult to get knives in these times, completely without flea markets, antique shops etc. What remains is the trade with other collectors. Here...
Thank you guys.
@Nick: the king? no no no no, I don't even have the whole bicolor series, there are people who did it better. But I am complicit...
A few photos of my bicolors taken and wistfully review the old days when such special alox knives were made.