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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Jabbalaugh, Jan 26, 2013.
--sent from the phone of an angry scotsman.
Picked this bad boy up for $5 at my local Sports Show a couple weeks ago... works well for golf.
(used it 4 times already - pitchmark tool to repair greens, groove cleaner to clean grooves, and blade to cut up an avocado today )
Victorinox Solo by edcforum, on Flickr
Victorinox soldier '11 by edcforum, on Flickr
Joost , nice pics and whats the name of the red sak?
It's a victorinox solo, 108mm version. No alox though..
I like it as it is not alox or cellidor so it wont scratch
010 by survivepenna, on Flickr
The three models I've carried over the last decade or so. SuperTinker, Hiker and now Camper.
Excuse the horrible pic, it was taken last year while I was playing with my phone's camera.
Also, I have no idea where the SuperTinker's tweezers were when I took the pic.
Here's the orange Farmer that came in the mail today.
Since I found my Preon I've been pairing it with the SAK Executive which for me is the perfect size at 74mm (which is the same length almost of the Preon without the clicky I added). They both clip to a pocket but I forget they are there. All I need in an office setup.
Here's my collection:
These Wengers came in today for my mini collection of Evolutions in the '10' configuration:
They bring the total up to 9 (including the Classic 07 and Evolution S101).
Left, top to bottom: EvoGrip 10, Evolution 10 translucent blue, Evolution 10 translucent red, EvoWood 10
Center: Classic 07 (Commander), the knife the others are based on
Right, top to bottom: Evolution S101 (with small blade instead of nail file and locking large blade), Evolution ST10 (Soft Touch), Evolution 10, Blackout 10.
I don't usually go for secondary branded knives, but the Bever Wenger Classic 07 was discounted and its not a core part of the collection. Bever ('beaver' in Dutch) is an outdoor store here and they are discounting Wengers, so I've had between 25 and 40% off. The ST came from a German supplier via ebay, the S101 from a local collector. I think I have most of the basic scale variations in the '10' series (except the pink EvoGrip), now I'm looking for the specials like the two Realtree AP camo variations (blaze and snow) and the set of four with Swiss themes (cheese, cow, chocolate and a bus).
If anyone knows of more variations or a source for the pink EvoGrip 10, please let me know.
Cadet i Voyageur
Here's one you don't see every day -- a Blancpain-branded Wenger "Minathor" with EvoWood scales:
My other hobby is watches, and this is basically a watchmaker's tool chest for the pocket... ;-)
Here's my most recent acquisition.
Victorinox. Darkskallen Huntsman
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The SAK I've owned the longest.
I bought this Tinker around 18 years ago. It replaced a Wenger I lost in the North Georgia mountains and the Spartan I bought after losing the Wenger. I decided I would rather have the screwdriver like the Wenger had, bought this and gave the Spartan to a friend.
The funny thing is that last year I decided that I would get more use out of the corkscrew/micro screwdriver and swapped carrying a Hiker for a Camper (and sometimes a Spartan).
Got my Swiss Champ today