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Wenger patent and non patent can openers 243

Jr. Member Posts: 81
Wenger patent and non patent can openers
« on: June 16, 2021, 11:56:05 PM »
I recently acquired a Wenger Highlander that lacks the ‘patent’ on the cap opener.  From what I can gather, far more Wenger knives have ‘patent’ on the can opener than ones that don’t have ‘patent’.  Is there any rhyme or reason behind this?  Thanks in advance. 

Austin
Sr. Member Posts: 495
Re: Wenger patent and non patent can openers
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2021, 06:56:14 AM »
I recently acquired a Wenger Highlander that lacks the ‘patent’ on the cap opener.  From what I can gather, far more Wenger knives have ‘patent’ on the can opener than ones that don’t have ‘patent’.  Is there any rhyme or reason behind this? 
I believe that by the time your knife was made, the patent has expired and this stamp was no longer put.
Or it is just a manufacturing defect.  :dunno:

 

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