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Victorinox Swiss Army & SwissTool Multitools

The company was founded in 1884. Since 1891, the company has delivered knives to the Swiss army. Their famous emblem—a cross in a shield—has been used by Victorinox since 1909. That year, the mother of founder Karl Elsener died and he named the company “Victoria” in her honor. In 1921, with the introduction of “inox” (ab. for acier inoxydable, the French term for stainless steel) into their products, the brand and name of the company became the present “Victorinox” (“Victoria”+”Inox”).

The Swiss Army knife is the best-known product by Victorinox. Originally the sole supplier, Victorinox has shared the contract with Wenger since 1908. A compromise between the two companies gave Victorinox the right to advertise as the Original Swiss Army Knife, while Wenger laid claim to the title of Genuine Swiss Army Knife. Victorinox took over Wenger in 2005.

Swiss Army knives are widely used outside the army. They are multi-functional tools, and many sizes and functional combinations are produced. NASA astronauts have a Victorinox knife as standard equipment. Victorinox knives have also been taken to Mt. Everest and the Arctic.

SwissTools are Victorinox’s line of multi-tools.

SwissTool Spirit X, Spirit XC, and Spirit XC plus Ratchet SwissTool X and X Plus Discontinued Models – SwissTool RS About Victorinox THE COMPANY VICTORINOX

In 1884, Karl Elsener opened his cutler’s workshop in Ibach-Schwyz. At this time Switzerland was still one of the poorer countries in Europe. In the early years Karl Elsener worked to combat poverty and unemployment in the Schwyz basin, creating jobs and helping stem the flow of emigration.In 1891, he supplied the soldier’s knife to the Swiss Army for the first time. He went on to develop the Swiss Officer’s and Sports Knife – now the iconic Swiss Army Knife – in 1897, creating the foundation for a flourishing company that would be able to hold its own on the world stage.

From then on, his spirit of solidarity, deep roots in the region and strong commitment to solid values shaped the Victorinox company philosophy. Today, Victorinox is a global company with six product categories: Swiss Army Knives, Household and Professional Knives, Watches, Travel Gear, Apparel and Fragrances. The Swiss Army Knife is the core product and has a pioneering role in the development of all product categories.

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Victorinox guarantees that its products meet the highest standards in all areas and quality is never compromised, regardless of the production site. The majority of Victorinox products – the Swiss Army Knives, Household and Professional Knives, Watches and Fragrances – are manufactured in Switzerland.

For reasons of expertise, Travel Gear and Apparel items are produced abroad, where the technical, staff and material resources needed for efficient manufacture can be accessed. To ensure that these products also meet the highest standards, partners are chosen carefully and the high quality standards are stringently enforced.

It is this level of quality that has allowed Victorinox to become a leader in Switzerland and the rest of the world.

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REVIEW: Wenger Squadron Chrono (Part 1) April 13, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa . 1 SHARE

 

Wenger is one of a few brands that you probably picture when someone says Swiss Army (the other likely being Victorinox).  However, this is the first hands-on review of a Swiss Army watch we’ve done, so I’ll give the hat tip to Wenger as being “the” one.

The specific model we were sent for review is the Squadron Chrono (model 77055).  The chrono bit is self-explanatory, but what about the Squadron name?  For that, I’ll refer to their materials:

Timepieces dedicated to the Search & Rescue squadron pilots worldwide; those who are always prepared to assist the unfortunate active outdoor aficionados who find themselves off course or in even worse predicaments. These airmen rely on their timepieces for accurate and legible time-keeping, dead-reckoning navigation as well as a host of other related time keeping factors of importance, such as a stopwatch, countdown or elapsed mission time.

As to whether or not these see active duty, I can’t say.  I can tell you that it worked rather nicely in my daily usage, however.  First off, a quick run-down of the specs:

 Swiss quartz movement 43mm stainless steel case with uni-directional bezel and screw-on caseback Sapphire crystal 12-hour chronograph function Date display 100m water resistance 22mm rubber strap

You might not be happy about a quartz movement, but in this watch, it offers a few advantages.  One, of course, being the accuracy.  More importantly for this piece, however, is it allows for a rather thin (11mm) watch.  This allows it to be unobtrusive in daily wear, as well as cutting down on the weight of the piece.

So, yes, it fits quite easily under a shirt cuff.  For now, we’ll hide it back under the cuff, until we pick things back up tomorrow.

 

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