Picked this up in a conference somewhere in Ilocos Norte, Philippines. Someone probably dropped it. Looks like it came from a local cigarette advertisement (i.e. Lucky Strike).
Anyway, i love its wooden scales. The tools have a bit of play but it works. Been using it since I found it in 2014-2015. Basically use it in opening boxes and packages.
P.S. My first post and it’s not even about an original or authentic SAK. What a shame! I will get to it bit by bit 😁
My first alox knife, a vic solo i think…the wenger is i presume a commander…the other vic is a spartan – no keyring and only the front scale has slot for toothpick…do help me out if I ID’d them incorrectly 😎
My Wenger Major. My favorite daily carry Swiss Army Knife (SAK). Bought it from an online seller for a reasonable price. Has an inscription “GRIFF” on its scales. Also has an insconpicuous “JG” inscribe on its back metal sides.
Cleaned and oiled one of the huntsman model I recently acquired…it has missing toothpick and tweezers though…mine also has a 2 slot scale instead of the usual single slot for such model…i wonder if the previous owner got bored and changed the scales…
Purchased 2 Victorinox SAKs a few weeks ago. Both are Huntsman model but somehow their scales are different. One sports the usual single slot while the other has a 2 slot scale. Got the Northwave Wenger as a freebie 🙂.
Photos: (Credit to the original owner)
My first Victorinox. Got it dirt cheap. Seller posted it as a Classic SD. Turned out it was an Ambassador upon research (correct me if I’m wrong) minus the tweezers and toothpick.