Felco 506 model Swiza

24.07.2020

It is time for a Swiza knife again

Felco is a famous Swiss Company with history about Swiss Army Knives. Many of you know about the link with Victorinox and different Gardening knives. Knives used for the harvesting, pruning and work with flowers, bushes and much more. Swiza made a deal with Felco for knives and this model 506 is just one of several. I got this one because it got many functions on it. It is close to the D06 Swiza knife but not completely because the awl is missing. It is very interesting because we have talked about the awl used for Swiza knives before. It is a very sharp instrument that is very good for leather and similar materials. It is not the best on wood because this can damage the tip on it. I have no doubts about this Felco knife made by Swiza. It is high quality. I like the logo and the white vs. the red handles. On the internet you can find information regarding the two Companies if you want further information there. The 506 knife is made as a gardening tool that can see many other utility purposes too. The locking blade and the sturdy wood-saw  got a powerful combination for use on trees, bushes and plants. Many other functions can be handy with machines and equipment.

I am still very interested in Swiza knives and I have and had knives in my EDC rotation.

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22.09 | 18:02

Hi! Very nice to hear. Best Regards Trond

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22.09 | 17:01

You're welcome. I participated in the said NOCUS meeting in 1987, and received one of these knifes. Stil have it :)

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13.09 | 20:43

Hi, thank you vert much! Wenger used the name Packlock for the locking mechanism also called Packlock system. Best Regards

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13.09 | 16:04

Hello - Love your site - Please can you clarify if this system called the paclock or padlock system? Thank you

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