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It is time for a big Swiza knife and this is the D10 model. The number of functions on the knives is increased and now we see the bigger tools. It is no surprise that models like these are on the market now because it follows the development we learned in history. It for sure is not going slow. I am very glad to see this model that is my latest Swiza knife. Now we have a model that is much more versatile and I have a little information on the scissors with a small test.

So let’s jump into the scissors information right away. If you see my lineup to the left in the Swiza collection you will find information on the scissors. It is very high quality scissors that cut paper like a dream. I found it to be not so well on adhesive bandage for cutting it into size. I tested the scissors on this which is a bit newer and it cut it without any problem. So I can make a mark in my research information that it is completely satisfactory.

Everything is well done and I cannot find any problems with opening or closing the functions. It does not hurt anywhere because of being a wider model with many layers. All functions are easy to open and close. The D10 is typically a type of model that could be smart to bring in many situations.



There are personal preferences on ergonomics and comfort. One of the advantages with this construction is that it can have many layers which are typically something you find on Swiss knives. There are different categories in length so you get several options on the handle size and functions dimensions. The Swiza construction is from the start a 95mm body with large size functions which is very smart. The D10 is also a 95mm design and now we have a several layer model. It is also now in my opinion around the best possible handle comfort because it is wider. All the knives are comfortable, it is just about the absolute best in this sense. I checked the weight on it to be 135 grams. It is a compact tool.

06.11.2020 Mexican skull D03

Today I would like to show you my latest Swiza knife which is very different from any pocket knife I have.

I found some information about a Halloween themed knives made by this Company. This model is called Mexican skull and is part of a Gothic selection. I learned that this knife is very educational for me because I have never been so much into the history of Halloween. I did some research on the web and learned about that history, it goes a long time back in the history. I love when I learn new facts and history. It is placed on the D03 model with beautiful red scales. The artwork or decoration is very cool.

To me it does not resemble any dangerous impression. It is rather joyful.  The D03 model got the basic Swiss functions while the D10 is a model with many functions. The best traditional EDC for most is usually the models with basic functions. Speaking about EDC this model would for sure represent a “talk subject” It is a grown-ups Halloween celebration. Maybe some would not understand the fun side of it so have this in mind too.


It is so that this Red will have variations in the shade depending on the light. It is very nice.



Finding the perfect shade of the color can be demanding. For sure it is not the same red as the D10 model. Swiza call them both for rouge that means red. It is also so that things depend some on the different computers and screen used.

Some of the red shades by Swiza got much of the Swiss red in mind which sometimes can be orange/red. The D10 and many of the other models got the orange/red. They are marked rouge or red as mentioned. I like many shades and colors because it only increases the positive appearance. Bright colors will be helpful finding your knife in difficult surroundings. Icons, decorations and camouflage scales are also welcome here.

The method Swiza use for printing the decorations I am not completely sure about. It is a tough material used.

I have never been to Mexico but I would very much like to go there one day. I have some internet friends there.

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03.01 | 15:26

The 120mm continued after the New Ranger. They had Patent and not pat pend. I say pat pend first then patent next. But! Wenger did many variations! :)

03.01 | 15:08

The old Ranger 120mm is from 1991, on my 1993 it is pat pend I have seen it on 1991 too and Swissbuck as well! Wenger can be a minefield because of variations

03.01 | 15:04

It is a superb question. Wenger used different stamps, some because of european laws. Usually the quality and steel is the same. Which is first? Not sure.

03.01 | 14:48

Hi! Sorry for late answer. I have seen many variations with Wenger, please send pic to trondsak@sakhome.com

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