Not quite sure who in Ibach decided a small watch was the obvious add on to a penknife but "those crazy Swiss eh?"
A 58mm Golfer?
Latest will be this custom from Marlboro. Yeah I know I still smoke but hey it’s life.
Inspired by Max Stone I put together his “Detective” but this time in green.
NIB Tradesman 111mm - my new expedition knife.
Cool knife, z1913 - that looks quite a handful!
Echotech - luminous scales!
Yes, it feels quite large in the hand, we will see how I like it in use... (...)
Strictly this isn't my latest SAK. But I used it for the first time last week to re-attach the strap to my Vic watch and I was curious about it as it doesn't feature as a 58mm model on SAKWiki. It came free (I wasn't expecting it) with a Vic titanium Inox watch.So, the Classic nailfile is replaced by a watch strap tool and this comes in a LE package with a divers strap (for which other uses are entertainingly listed on the reverse) and a couple of spare spring bars.Anyone know what this model is called (if anything)?
From the Wiki:Around 2015/2016 a variation of the Classic was released with a push pin tool, for removing a watch strap, replacing the nail file. It was sold in a set that included a military style watch strap. It was also gifted with the purchase of a watch from the Victorinox I.N.O.X. line. At least two versions of the push pin tool exist. The newer version has a slimmer profile. I don't think it has a unique name, it's just a variation of a Classic. The pics in the Wiki show a different tool shape, though. Less pointy.(Image removed from quote.)
I added it to the Variations section on the Classic page a while back.Oh sorry you had already found it
Went to the Surplus Store and bought a Canary Yellow Floral, a Tomo, and a Hoffritz Classic for $5.00.
(Image removed from quote.)Classic with Air Training Command logo.