Alox Limited Edition 2016 classique Victorinox classique polyvalente 5 fonctions à 58 mm de longueur (fermé). Grips en Alox Violet, en aluminium anodisé et ensuite soumis au processus d'anodisation qui, en utilisant l'oxydation anodique, crée une couche de protection en mesure de préserver des dommages et la corrosion. Poids 18g.
Le programme Alox Limited Edition comprend la construction de trois modèles (classique, Cadet et Pioneer) avec des poignées en aluminium anodisé de différentes couleurs différentes, chaque année: celle-ci sera signalée sur les joues eux-mêmes.
Le couteau est présenté dans une boîte en carton élégant.
1. lame (longueur 40 mm)
2. lime à ongles
Victorinox Point The Victorinox Point shops are highly specialized in the sale of multi Victorinox and all the accessories related to them. Cutlery Collini Busto Arsizio is a specialized and authorized Victorionox Point for over 10 years
History In 1891, Karl Elsener, the founder of Victorinox, began to supply the Swiss army knives manufactured in Switzerland and not in Germany as they did before. The original had a wooden handle (with respect to the compounds of metal / plastic used today), and was equipped with a blade, a screwdriver, a bottle opener and an awl. Later, in 1897, Elsener developed a version that used a special spring mechanism that allowed more tools to be contained in a handle of the same size. The range of models is vast, ranging from models based on two blades up to boxcutters Swiss have fifty tools.
The type of tools that can be found in a Swiss boxcutter is limited only by the size of the object and the imagination of designers. For example you can find various kinds of screwdrivers, allen, blades, altimeters, magnifying glasses, cutlery, nail files. In recent models have even appeared instruments as laser pointers for overhead projectors and USB flash drives.
In recent years, in addition to production of the classic boxcutter, Victorinox produces and sells the so-called SwissTool: a multifunction (pliers folding blades and accessories concealed in the handle) similar to the American Leatherman Tool. Wenger is also specialized in the production of watches, and is operating under the "Swiss Army". It seems that the traditional red color of the handle has been chosen because it is easy to see if the knife falls in the snow (in addition to call, together with the white cross, the Swiss flag).
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|Country of production||Switzerland|
|Rarity||Limited Edition, Rare|
|Materials and Finishes||8|