( don't need no stinking fish scaler/magnifier ) .
Is this a Handyman? Just scored it for $9
Hi everyone, this is my 1990/1991 Victorinox Handyman 1.3773. Show contentI love it and I’ve never head problems on carrying it. I’ve been using it about 10 years ago in camping tent. Now it is in a box. I think I have used every single tool, including the corckscrew with whom I opened good bottles of wine.Recently I riconditioned it, I cleaned it, polished the tools, oiled, fixed a bending in one layer and gently sharpened blades, scissors etc. with an original Victorinox sharpening tool. Also I replaced toothpick, tweezers and scales. One scale was broken after I drop the Sak, the other one deformed and didn’t fit perfectly the body.As you can see it has the following differences compared to the current model:1) old pliers type;2) old corkscrew type;3) old metal saw type;4) small flat-head screwdriver instead of the hook;5) old keyring type (made of aluminium and slimmer) positioned in the same side of the corckscrew;Presently I’d like to buy a new one and organizing camping again and collecting this vintage one.
Does this club include the Craftsman?I chose he Craftsman over the Handyman for the Phillips. I don't drink wine and there are at least 3 other tools on the Craftsman for taking out tight knots. I don't wear glasses so I don't need the micro-driver. The Craftsman is my EDC with occasional rotation between the Deluxe Tinker.(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk