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Well made SAK from Delémont!

The Heritage



I will never forget Wenger for as long as I live or in my next too. I talked with the people that worked there for a couple years and I followed the history of the Brand. I collected many of the evolution models, New Ranger models and older SAKs all the same. Wenger was always so helpful and nice.  At the same time I researched for hundreds of hours every source I could find for knowledge. I gradually built up the evolution and milestones on the Wenger knives.

 In this article I will just show a few pictures and make some text about them.  I have managed by the same process as always with looking for knives and SAKs all over the place. It gives a good feeling about the knives produced at the Delémont Plant today. Really beautiful quality tools and SAKs made by the former Wenger Work Force. I have managed to collect several different models and two of the most interesting categories for me are the 85mm and 130mm knives. Victorinox made some design changes like you know and the result is a combination of both worlds.

The products are very Swiss with the famous precision and quality. Today you can see that the Delémont product range is large and very impressive. Please take the time to see some pages about some of them in the line-up to the left.

Really well made with high quality. 130mm category Ranger...


What is not to like about these?



The 130mm category is a nice alternative to the 111mm category. The 130mm New Rangers and Ranger knives was made to be large outdoors tools because Wenger had the philosophy that in the outdoors size matters. The pliers made by the Delémont factory is a smaller configuration compared to the SwissTools and represents an alternative as well.



Really nice combination with yellow and black....

Victorinox changes with the awl. Also some changes on the can opener and scale functions.

23.11.2020 Evolution S54 Victorinox

Today I am very glad to show you my latest SAK and this is not your everyday SAK by any means. This is the Victorinox Evolution red S54. This Swiss Army Knife made by the Delémont plant is a statement of a modern production and precision. It is a model that collectors of former Wenger knives may have in their collection for the evolution of functions. I have the Wenger edition of this knife in my collection as well. This is called the Tool Chest Plus(also called S54 by Wenger)

The S54 is a knife with many layers and it is made for use even if it has gone past the thickness for comfortable use. It is perfectly made!

Some collectors of Wenger knives may not be interested in getting too many models made by Victorinox. It could be the feeling of getting the knives over again. That said there are the changes on some of the functions. For some collectors the changes are too small to restart the collecting. Some are very different and they start collecting the new models made by Victorinox at the Delémont plant. Personally I have no problems with having as many knives possible even if they could be very similar. I am the type of enthusiast that can see the importance of continuing the legacy by the former Wenger Company because they are made in Delémont. At least that is what the tang stamp of the SAK says. I have no doubt about the quality on this.

The S54 is a bit expensive and the reasons for this can be many. It is probably not just because you get many functions. I would believe it requires extra steps in the production for the assembly. I will have it in mind.

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29.11 | 21:40

Hi, thank you very much for question. I am not sure. I know there are modders that manage unbelievable things. BR

29.11 | 17:26

Hi again trond. Was wondering if you could put scissors from the Classic SD onto a tinker? Thank you

26.11 | 16:24

Hi, thank you very much for question. The brass rivets/pins should be the same on the 91mm if same age. There could be some diff. tolerances.
BR Trond

26.11 | 16:16

Hello Trond. Are the copper rivets on the Victorinox Huntsman and the Deluxe Tinker the same? Thank you

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