Tick tools


Hi everyone and thank you for following Sakhome.com. Today I will show you another tick tool and this is the TT03. This does not include the saw but still it got some very useful functions. Also the special new innovation called the Tick Tool. Same as on the TT05 and it is useful for me to look on more than just one so I can gather some more knowledge on the design.

I know personally that infections caused by ticks can cause serious problems. One family member got Borreliosis infection a few years ago. It was difficult to heal and at first difficult to find out what the problem was. It turned out to be an infection from a tick. It took a long time to heal from. I hear stories about people becoming paralyzed at parts of the body for a long time. It cause havoc to the nerve system. It can infect organs and many parts of a human body.

This TT03 is one of the absolute latest innovations by Swiza and I am glad that this Swiss Company made this tool so we can enjoy this safety function.


The orange Filix camo design is easy to see and better in reality compared to a picture because the color shade is special. The ticks are not easy to see and it can attach from several parts of the nature. It got several abilities to find and notice possible nutrition sources. As mentioned in the TT05 article it can be found different types and in different habitats as well.  That is why it is important to take a random control.

13.05.2018 mini tick

Here you have one of the mini ticks. Depending on age it can have different sizes. From experience I know that even smaller than this can penetrate the skin. The V-cleft on the tick tool will be able to take these too.

This tool used with magnifier today is the TT05

Ticks are also very flat, almost paper thin flat...

14.05.2018 micro?

Here is another one that is just a bit smaller than the mini above.  I could call this a micro one. The smallest ones get difficulties digging through the skin layers and I have seen smaller than this that try to get through and ends of almost completely impossible to get a hold of. If you swim in the water for a time the ticks die. Depending on how long that said.

The age of them may relate to the size and they have different color shade variations.



It is time for updating some information regarding the functionality on the ticktool.

It is very easy to remove ticks with this tool for sure. Hold the correct side up and slide the angle into the tick. This will trap it and then it is eady to remove the problem.

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07.01 | 18:25

Thank you very much for question, yes, it should be from the second half to late 1970s i believe til tool configuration entered. BR

07.01 | 18:17

Thank you very much again, the Wenger Champ tool configuration continued to the end in 2014 if i remember correct. From the late 1980s it was not the largest BR

07.01 | 18:09

Tusen takk

07.01 | 15:52

Hello Trond. In what year Wenger Champ went on sale? Do you have that data? Ecxelent page, great investigation work and great data for collectors.

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