Yes, the Minathor series are watchmaker's knifes.
Quote from: ICanFixThat on April 05, 2010, 03:09:06 AMYes, the Minathor series are watchmaker's knifes.Thx The tools look like they were made to service watches.
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I love the pouch. My mom had a purse made from the same material
Francis, if I remember correctly, Minathor is an acronym for the following in French:MIN(iature) AT(elier) HOR(loge)Miniature watch workshop
Quote from: marduk on July 06, 2015, 01:39:27 PMFrancis, if I remember correctly, Minathor is an acronym for the following in French:MIN(iature) AT(elier) HOR(loge)Miniature watch workshopThis is a five year old thread, Francis hasn't been around for almost a year.
I'f your an horologist, it will be indeed. I myself just drop my watch off at the jeweler's when it needs repair, so I don't see an actual need for it--even though it would be a interesting piece in my collection. The best in my opinion--Handyman/Safari (since this one has the small clip blade) which is now known as the Victorinox Delemont S18--since it's essentially an 85mm Victorinox Fieldmaster. Wenger seems to have made many more special purpose SAKs than Victorinox--one with a special tool for unlocking toilet paper dispensers (the Toilet Paper SAK), one for emergency braces repair (Orthodon or something like that), one for working with lab gas chromatography equipment, the three Berninas (in two sizes) for seamstresses, and then this one for watches.