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11. jul, 2019
Welcome to sakhome.com
Hi! I am Trond Ole and i am a collector, researcher and enthusiast about Swiss Army Knives and other Swiss knives. I have had sakhome.com for about 6 years now. I am independent, free and do not represent or work for any Company. Best Regards
The SAKs can be like a music instrument that plays a certain tune. This music we like :)
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This must be Captain Jack Sparrows knife :)

SAK enthusiast:

Kontakt meg privat(contact me private): TrondSAK@SAKhome.com

 "PS I do not answer emails unless it is on topic, SAKs or such a sphere"

Information found on SAKhome.com comes from dozens of places over my many years including Victorinox, forums, manuals, emails with Victorinox people, Wenger, Wenger people, internet, patent databases, magazines, enthusiasts and many other. The list is very long. 99,9% of everything on sakhome.com is done by me. I am one man doing everything including personal research, writing, pictures and designs. This is not an official page representing any Company. All the knives are mine, bought or traded from hundreds of places over a period of 15 years. Some i have also recieved from friends. If a knife or picture is not mine then i inform about it as borrowed and so forth.

Owner and administrator: Trond (contact me for further inquiries by email)

 

                                                          

some of my interests:

Absolutely everything about Swiss Army Knives and Swiss knives

Some other interests:

Knives, including Helle, Brusletto, Strømeng, Leatherman, Fallkniven, Casstrom, Mora, EKA, Gransfors Bruk, Benchmade, Spyderco, Kizer, Gerber. I can also make my own knife handle and sheath. 

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Ryan | Svar 29.11.2020 17:26

Hi again trond. Was wondering if you could put scissors from the Classic SD onto a tinker? Thank you

Trond 29.11.2020 21:40

Hi, thank you very much for question. I am not sure. I know there are modders that manage unbelievable things. BR

Ryan | Svar 26.11.2020 16:16

Hello Trond. Are the copper rivets on the Victorinox Huntsman and the Deluxe Tinker the same? Thank you

Trond 26.11.2020 16:24

Hi, thank you very much for question. The brass rivets/pins should be the same on the 91mm if same age. There could be some diff. tolerances.
BR Trond

bobbieconklin@gmail.com | Svar 21.11.2020 18:18

Scissors file and knife opens on 1 side and Phillips #2 on the other. Wenger delemont Switzerland stainless, I can't find this knife. What's the value and date

Trond 21.11.2020 18:40

Hi, thank you very much for question. I will try to identify and date. BR, Please send pictures : TrondSAK@SAKhome.com

Agung Waluyo | Svar 20.01.2020 03:07

Hi Mr. Trond. is there any special way or rule to sharpen and maintain the sharpness of the awl and chisel? I haven't found such tutorial. Would you make some?

Trond 21.01.2020 09:08

Hi! Thank you very much for question. The awl and chisel can be sharpened by following the grinded angle on them. I will have it in my mind. BR Trond

Sebastián | Svar 11.01.2020 11:51

Hi Trond! Question, do you know if victorinox at any time reduced the surface of the nail file like wenger did? I saw this in a couple of classic SD nail files

Trond 11.01.2020 19:20

Hi! Good observation. Yes it seems there are some differences on them, both Wenger and Victorinox.
BR Trond

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16.12 | 08:36

Hi, thank you very much for question. Yes they work well together with nailfile. The traditional Victorinox is perhaps better there. Best Regards Trond

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16.12 | 01:26

do the serrated eges work good on fingernails? I really like the victorinox for that but i haven't been able to compare them

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11.12 | 08:41

Hi! Yes i agree. Best Regards

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11.12 | 02:51

Verry Good Switzerland SwissTool X RS 1997 1998

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