I prefer Victorinox over Wenger for a few reasons: Scale tools (Wenger toothpick and tweezers are hard to get to and less substantial iirc) Scissors: the scissors are serrated and move during use due to the spring design. Yes, the Victorinox spring breaks easier, but I've never had it happen and a replacement is easy to find. Evo scales: just meh, looks weird and doesn't do anything for me grip wise. (Not referring to the grippy scales with the rubberish inlay, don't have experience with those) Can opener: the Victorinox can opener wins for me due to SD tip that works well for Philips too. Awl: sharpened? Yes please. Victorinox wins. The Victorinox logo is nicer. Trivial, but counts. Now that Victorinox has been so brotherly in taking over Wenger and not killing them completely, some things are better: the can opener, scale tools, reamer and logo are good. The scissors are still meh though and I'd love a 84/85 mm compact (Victorinox model) with a screwdriver rather than a corkscrew. I keep hoping.. However, it doesn't do it for me as they are absurdly expensive compared to 'regular' Victorinox models. Now, for the 84/85 vs 91 mm thing, the 91 mm fits the hand better, is sturdier, has more options, yet I carry a small tinker/sportsman/tourist/cadet/bantam more than my climber/huntsman/compact. I don't know why exactly, but it happens nonetheless. My brain and heart say 91mm, but history tells a different tale. My most carried SAK is an alox Electrician, seconded only by an alox (1983 Dutch army soldier to be precise) Don't get me started on alox though. I have advocated the return of the Voyageur since I learned of its existence. The rumours I've heard as well, and it seems like good news, but I'll have to see it to believe it. Sorry for the long rant, I have somewhat of a passion for these things.