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22. okt, 2020
Victorinox Alpineer liner-lock
17. okt, 2020
Thank you very much for visiting SAKhome.com, I am very grateful. This is a kind place for all so do not hesitate to ask me any questions. If you just want to get to know me then send me an email. Mark the email with on topic about knives or off topic if any other. I do not answer any other things. Best Regards TrondSAK@SAKhome.com
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
Some extra nice SAKs with Motorist icons inlays, embossed and print and a cyclist...
Here you see some of my hot stamped economy made SAKs. There is also one with only Paint. It is the advertising one b.l The emblem design is not only for economy line because you see it used for other knives. I so believe the economy line also used this design with paint too for the economy made knives after 1994 and on other knives. The advertising line used it too? I wonder if this is economy made or not? I really like the hot stamped ones as you see. One of the identifications for me is hot stamp itself, together with the tang stamps they are usually easy to identify but not always! Another thing is all the variations in them. Victorinox must have used a great deal of different ones. I got more of them in original box. The SAKs are good even if economy made. It is absolutely not a negative thing to find this design in only print. I do believe Victorinox use this emblem from time to time and it can also be special.
You will find this in the history of knives from Switzerland. Victorinox, Wenger and Swiza use(d) this. You will also discover that there are several other tang stamps. It is not always on both sides. You will find variations and so forth.
Some nive Wenger SAKs with interesting icons and factors :)

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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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

Sebastián | Svar 19.10.2019 12.29

Hi Trond! A doubt. Are the tools dating rules on Vic's regular and economic lines the same?

Trond 19.10.2019 18.22

I would say on the economy line without sewing eye up to 1987. With sewing eye 1985-1987 until today. The economy line got variations. BR

Trond 19.10.2019 18.18

Hi, good observation. The economy line does not follow the regular line. Some times it is close like the sewing eye can be 1985+ couple years on the economy.BR

Sebastián 19.10.2019 12.31

For example, if a Spartan economy line has a punch without a sewing eye, is it still pre 85?

Aaron | Svar 14.10.2019 19.43

Hello, Trond. Thank you for your Website . Do you have a Wenger Spotlight in your collection?
If not , would you like to have one ? I would send you one :)

Trond 14.10.2019 20.40

Hi, thank you very much! I do not have a Wenger Spotlight, very interesting.
My email : TrondSAK@SAKhome.com
Best Regards

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06.10 | 15:47

I agree

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06.10 | 15:18

Yep - I have seen Packlock in lots of documentation too. It's just as a native English speaker I have NO IDEA what it means! :-O

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06.10 | 13:50

In the Backpacker 1979, It is mentioned patented Packlock, by Precise. Google books. BR

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06.10 | 13:35

Wenger europe used French language, It is possible error. Packlock became a name that followed it. It will be interesting to see. BR Trond

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