The «Worn» SAK

Today i would like to show you a strange Wenger knife from the snife series during the 1990s. For the 85mm category in the Snife series it was used the Commander SAK. I got this from a friend that found it at a second-hand store. It still need some work with removing a few spots. I have cleaned and oiled most of it. Some spots remain on the nail file. The blade got some scratches but this does not mean anything for this SAK because it is so much used anyhow. I sharpened the blade so the edge is sharp enough again. The blade and functions are not bent. The spring tension is a bit lighter from all the use over the years. It can still be used for a long time if needed. The name on this design is called the 7th avenue. These knives are related to the famous Swatch watches and art. When I find used SAKs I can learn from them. I can see how the quality is after much use and learn more about it. It is a bit uncommon to find such a knife with this design that is so very worn here in Norway. In the urban Snife is mentioned to be a name meaning spoon and knife joined together. This is a bit interesting in deed.

Over the years Wenger experimented with new designs and how the artwork or design was applied to the scales. This could be camouflage scales and artistic designs. Some could take wear better than others. Still somehow used SAKs that is worn got a certain appeal to me. They tell a story. I do not only collect perfect knives. I have been interested in used knives all the time. It is a great source for knowledge about everything. The plastic scales started up as a white before the decoration was applied.  

Looking on all the functions i believe this SAK is a mid-1990s made one. The artwork from the 7th Avenue is worn and in a way it still speak and got appeal.

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27.07 | 19:11

Thank you, Greetings from Norway! This is very interesting I did not know this. Thanks! Best Regards

27.07 | 18:35

Greetings from Hungary! Did you know that the head curve "inspired" the Spyderco Hungarian folder?
Exactly by a Hungarian designer who works for Spyderco (I can't remember his name)

26.07 | 19:31

Hi, thank you very much. I am very glad to hear the infirmation is helpful. Best Regards Trond

26.07 | 16:51

Thanks for this unvaluable information. I´ll translate to spanish for other victorinox fans.

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