Camouflage Skipper

Hi again, it is time for cool knife


This is the 111mm liner locking Skipper Navy camouflage with the number 0.8593.W942

It is as the name indicates a very maritime knife and many of you remember the older Skipper models with the slide-lock configuration. These 111mm knives and this one are made especially for tasks and demands around the sea and sailing. I have always been a fan of the older Skipper model and sometime ago I discovered this model with the stronger configuration and camo scales. So here we have a Navy designation tool made in Switzerland by Victorinox which is very cool and it got that quality I like. It is no need to go into why this configuration is stronger because you all know this already. Many of the older locking construction models becomes transformed into this tougher construction as you can see on several models made today.

 This tool got an arsenal of functions, really packed with useful functions for tasks on the sea. Starting up with the main combination blade you feel the spring and lock engaging for this strong design of a blade. The marlin spike with shackle opener I have used on the older model and it is very handy and well made for all smaller things, including rope work for me. Victorinox also got a Pro model with less functions all together but with a very sturdy marlin spike with lock.

The camouflage with navy inspriration is very cool and perhaps it got some hidden abilities because it made my camera go “loco” a bit before I could find the perfect light for it. This 111mm also got a lanyard that I like.

The large flat screwdriver with cap opener and notch is lockable as well. Hope you enjoy the pictures!

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I går | 18:38

Hi, yes it is worth it. I would not go higher. Go for it. Best Regards

I går | 16:24

Hello Trond. I need your advice. A person has the sale of a wenger squire "s.a.k. World club" special edition, used in good condition, for which he asks for 24 dollars. Is a good price? Is it a rare enough edition? Worth it?

29.08 | 09:20

I can also mention that the multi-ribbed surface been used on the larger 93mm from 1957 so it is possible many variations could been made 1970 until today. BR

29.08 | 08:55

Hi, congratulations! I never found the exact dates. The nail file around the mid-1980s, the line-ribbed to multi-ribbed later, perhaps late 1980s. Best Regards

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