magnifier

 

From the early 60s until now is our known date on the magnifier glass from Wenger. The Delémont factory originated this tool on Swiss Army Knives.

We have very little information on this and it would be nice if we could receive any information on this tool in the time period early 60s and downwards. We have some information from the 70s and up. Or if you got a specific date of the introduction or invention on it please let me know.

You will find this tool with variations and modifications for different applications and knives.

It works very well as a Jewelers screwdriver or magnifier tool for hobbies like postage stamps or miniature work. There is a variation on the small flat screwdriver tip as well. Models with special tip part designed to open watch cases.

The one on the picture got a screwdriver tip that is handy for small flat head screws. The whole tool is a multifunction tool that may fit very many tasks.

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10.03 | 18:11

Hi, yes this could be the reason. Best Regards

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10.03 | 17:43

Then, it seems that one single spring/lock plate would not hold the mechanism for both blades on XT. Thanks!

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10.03 | 17:39

Hi, thanks for the response. I think you are right: in fact, the springy section of the curved blade lock is far longer than that of Soldier's bottle opener!

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10.03 | 12:43

I will have it in my research to see if i can find some info on it with the placing on the gutting/rescue blade. Thanks again. BR

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