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Victorinox knifeRecently it was launched campaign, which offers you a Victorinox knives sale, the one of the most famous knives manufactures. So, today we would like to present you a history of its manufacture creating.

In 1891 Karl Elzener, owner of the production medical and surgical equipment, discovered that pocket knives delivered to the Swiss army, made in Germany. He decided to change the situation and to equip Switzerland Army with cheap Swiss army knives of their own manufacture. To that end he founded the Association of the Swiss cutler. Swiss Army knife – a multifunctional knife, equipped with a blade and additional tools (screwdriver, bottle opener, corkscrew, etc.). In the rest position the tools are in the knife handle and released by rotation around the internal hinge.

Victorinox (in the word’s Victoria – name and inoxydable – stainless) is the Swiss company, known primarily as a manufacturer of knives. It is headquartered in Ibahe, Switzerland. The case for the production of knives was founded in 1884 by Charles Elzenerom. Since 1891, he began supplying military Viktorinoks knives to the Swiss army. Today, a daily output 77,000 knives, 90% of which are exported to over 150 countries! Victorinox is the largest manufacturer of knives in Europe. Developed in the late 19th century Swiss knife, a benchmark that is rightfully taken a worthy place in the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Museum of Applied Arts in Munich on display the best examples of modern industrial design. Among other types of knives which are conducted for Victorinox knives sale also there are some interesting facts. Victorinox Swiss knives successfully were tested in expeditions to the Arctic ice of the North Pole, on the highest point of the world – Mount Everest, in the Amazon rainforest. And it should be noted that in the most extreme situations Victorinox knife was for a man trusted friend, helper, and sometimes even his savior. There is a case where Viktorinox spent 10 years in the well of chemical treatment system. When repairing sewer knife was found and returned to the owner. Spring between the two halves of scissors was completely dissolved, but everything else works like new! Folding knives Victorinox included in the standard equipment of each astronaut NASA.

As you see, knives are really good in quality, that’s why you don’t have to miss the Victorinox knives sale. Despite the high price, this knife has to be in every professional collection.

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  1. I would like to know how victorinox swiss army knife have designed their knives with ergonomics in mind. So that the knife works with the human body.

  2. I was recently gifted a second-hand Victorinox Huntsman model knife from a friend. I checked everything out, and it seems to be authentic. (Says Victorinox on the blade, has the Victorinox logo, identified as made in Switzerland, Officer Issue, etc.) The only thing that has me doubting it is a discrepancy with the logo. It resembles the Victorinox logo, but the cross isn’t connected to the shield. In the Victorinox logo, the cross is connected to the outer shield by two thin lines extending from the lateral arms of the cross, which this knife lacks. Has Victorinox ever produced knives with this logo? Is it possible the logo parts wore off, and I’m just missing something?

  3. Can anyone who is familiar with this brand tell me what is the difference between “Do-it-Yourself” and “Outdoors” printed on the packaging of these knives? I bought a Super Tinker and it said “do it yourself” on top of it and 14 functions under it.
    Ex. http://cgi.ebay.com/Victorinox-Swiss-Army-Tinker-with-LED-flashlight-NEW_W0QQitemZ300286387661QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item300286387661&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=66%3A2|65%3A15|39%3A1|240%3A1318

    I was surfing the net and I saw some knives from the brand that says “Outdoors” instead of the other.
    Ex. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&item=220345599029

    So tell me what is the difference? I don’t get it cause they would advertise the knife as for camping, hunting, fishing, etc. so why would they separate these knives into 2 categories?

    Thank you!
    i.e. The Super Tinker I bought has 14 functions AND it came w/ Simmons binocular… so what I was confused was mine say “Outdoors” due to the binoculars?
    i.e. The Super Tinker I bought has 14 functions AND it came w/ Simmons binocular… so what I was confused was that shouldn’t mine say “Outdoors” due to the binoculars?

  4. I am new to pocket knives and just bought my first actual pocket knife. Its a medium sized Swiss Army Victorinox tinker knife. To be able to use the knife to its full potential could you guys please explain what situations I would use these extensions of the knife for. Now, obviously I know the wire stripper, well… strips wires, however could you also explain exactly how or why I would need to do that.

    Thanks in advance.

  5. I was wondering how old u have to be to own a swiss army knife.I checked the web but it did not say anything,and how old do u have to be to own the”My first victoinox”.

  6. I get this pocket knife for my birthday, and I’m dying to know what type it is. It’s black and medium size, with 2 blades,one big the other one small, can opener,bottle opener, corkscrew, hook, and more thing I couldn’t identify. I’ve tried look it up on the website, but still couldn’t find it.

  7. Camping

  8. I have a super tinker pocket knife and I want to oil it. What type of oil should I use besides the one that victorinox sell themselves. I don’t want the knife to be sticky and I want it to be as close as possible to the victorinox oil. I would greatly appreciate any help. Thank you.

  9. I am an aspiring Chef who is about to attend culinary school. The school does not provide a chef’s knife or knife roll. I do not know whether I will need only a ten inch chef’s knife or a full knife roll – I will find out Monday – but in the meantime I am doing some research. I do not have a ton of money to spend on knives, so – to the culinary professionals out there, what do you recommend? I would like a German steel, but am not closed to Japanese steel if the price is right. Naturally I am looking for something that *you* would use, something that will need to survive the rigors of the professional culinary world as opposed to just my regular kitchen knives; however, as stated, I just don’t have 200 bucks to drop on a knife even if it will last thirty years. =P

    Thanks so much in advance!
    L.

  10. September 4th is my boyfriend and I’s anniversary. He’s been saying he wants a Swiss Army Knife with “lots of tools” so I want to get one for our anniversary. My budget is somewhere between 60-100$ plus an engraving fee if that’s an option. Anyways, I went to an Army Surplus store with him and they had one for about 25$ but he said that one didn’t have enough tools so I figured one about 70$ would be enough. I’m on the official website now but I have no idea where to look. Any help would be great! I only have two months!

  11. I am an aspiring Chef who is about to attend culinary school. The school does not provide a chef’s knife or knife roll. I do not know whether I will need only a ten inch chef’s knife or a full knife roll – I will find out Monday – but in the meantime I am doing some research. I do not have a ton of money to spend on knives, so – to the culinary professionals out there, what do you recommend? I would like a German steel, but am not closed to Japanese steel if the price is right. Naturally I am looking for something that *you* would use, something that will need to survive the rigors of the professional culinary world as opposed to just my regular kitchen knives; however, as stated, I just don’t have 200 bucks to drop on a knife even if it will last thirty years. =P

    Thanks so much in advance!
    L.

  12. want a knife like this one http://www.victorinox.com/content/product_details?code=0.1891.J

    this one is REALLY expenisve and i only want to pay around 50$ for it. and i dont want a swiss army, knife i want one like this.

    thanx

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    specific urls please not just Ebay or amazon

  13. I’m making my Christmas list and I want to know what stores sell like Victorinox swiss army knives

  14. I want a knife like this one http://www.victorinox.com/content/product_details?code=0.1891.J

    this one is REALLY expenisve and i only want to pay around 50$ for it. and i dont want a swiss army, knife i want one like this.

    thanx
    specific urls please not just Ebay or amazon

  15. Many years ago I just happened upon a little paring knife that quickly became my all time favorite. After quite a few years of use, I needed a new one but LOVED the style I had so I searched and searched until, low and behold, I found it online and ordered two. Well that’s been more than 10 years now and I am in need again. Problem is…can’t find it… and am getting so frustrated searching for hours online. My old one has no makers mark or writing of any kind on it and, of course, I can’t remember who made it. I am REALLY hoping someone here can steer me in the right direction. This time…I’ll buy 10 and they’ll outlast me!!! :)
    It has a wooden handle with 2 rivets. The blade is 3″ long and the handle is approx. 4″ long. The tang goes into the handle about 2″ (although I don’t care about that…I just add it to help identify the one I have now) The thing that’s different about this knife is the shape of the blade. It has a curved edge that I love. The back of the blade (the non-sharp side) is really straight. The cutting edge comes out of the wood handle and is straight for about 1/4 inch then it curves up toward the top (the dull side) and then slowly back out away from that edge, then makes a sharper curve up to a point at the end. (Wish I could attach a picture, it’s really hard to describe) Please don’t try to sell me on another kind. I’m really tired of trying others that I just don’t like. Really hope someone out there can help me out!
    Thanks in advance!!!
    (and, yes, I know some people may want to tell me I shouldn’t use wood but I just want help finding this please! :)
    you may be able to see it here:
    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/862449
    or here:
    http://pinterest.com/pin/139259813448493402/

  16. More than once, I’ve encountered the need of some tool that isn’t available to me. The solution is to put a small Swiss-Army knife on my key chain. However, public schools don’t know the difference between a weapon and a tool, so the only way to not get expelled is to remove the blade. Is there a way to do this?

  17. I want to get a Swiss army knife. I don’t want it to be more than 4 layers, more than £20 and I would like it if it had scissors and a wood saw. Any suggestions, please put the price and a link on where to find it. Thanks

  18. Can you wear a Swiss Army Knife on your belt in California?
    If so how old do you have to be to wear a Swiss Army Knife on your belt in California?

  19. My dad gave me a Victorinox Tinker swiss army knife as a gift but he had it for a while and it hasn’t been oiled. I don’t have a manual so How do I oil it?

  20. My birthday is coming up and I am sure I will get money as a present from my family and stuff and I REALLY want a Swiss Army Knife.
    Can you please help me convince here?
    By the way I am turning 13.

  21. Just wondering if it would be viable to have a Swiss Army Knife in my backpack while I travel Europe by train, or will I get into trouble when crossing borders?

  22. i am a security guard and my dad gave me a swiss army knife and he told me that it can be in handy but when i was going through it, i noticed that they have a reamer with a sewing eye and i dont know what it is for…does anybody know what it’s for?

  23. I bought a Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Champion. It is supposed to have 30 parts but I only counted 15. Is it supposed to be like this or what?

  24. i have a victorinox regular swiss army knife. Its not too dull but i heard you can sharpen it with the top of a car window. Would that work?

  25. My Swiss Army knife has some kind of carriage on the same side as the Victorinox symbol.. I have never seen this on any knife except mine, and was wondering if it is in anyway special.

  26. I have my great grandfather’s Swiss army knife, and it’s starting to fall apart… Where would be the best place to go to try and get it fixed?

  27. I just bought a Victorinox Swiss Army knife and love it! This is my first pocket knife though, and I want to make it last, well, a lifetime. Any advice on how to properly care for it (maintenance, what not to cut with it, etc)?

    Thanks!

  28. I recieved a Swiss army knife as a gift from my uncle and since then I’ve used it a lot particularly the smaller blade to a degree in which its beginning to dull. What can I use to sharpen my blade? Will a normal knife sharpener work? I don’t want to do anything that may end up damaging it because his name is engraved in it.

  29. I just want to know where I can buy scales for my Victorinox Swiss Army knife.

  30. When would i ever need what an average swiss army knife has? When camping because i have most of the things in my house ( i have 3 SAK)

  31. For my birthday I got a $75 gift card to Bass Pro. I want to get a swiss army knife or something similar. I really want the victorinox swiss champ but they don’t have it there what is another good knife that they have for $75 or less that is similar at the bass pro shop. Thnx:)
    Ik i put it in the wrong section but I couldnt find a better one srry but if anyone has any other answers please tell

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