The pocket knives from the Evolution collection are enhanced with all tools you need for your daily adventures. The tools are organized in between the specially shaped scales. The scales enhance the grip and offer stability. As such this knife is amazing to use. Work quickly and easily with this small all-rounder you can carry with you on a daily basis.
Evolution 14 vs Evolution S14
The difference between the Victorinox Evolution 14 and the Evolution S14 is the lock. While the knife on the Evolution S14 can be locked, the Evolution 14 doesn't contain a lock at all. This lock prevents the knife from accidentally closing during use and makes the knife for the more demanding tasks.
Most important tools
The knife is razor-sharp and has a cutting edge of no less than 5.5 cm. Once opened the knife will immediately be locked. As such the tool can never close when you don't want it to, also making it perfect for heavy-duty tasks. When opening and closing the blade you hear a familiar click. The knife is very solid and perfect for outdoor and survival purposes.
After removing the foil from the cork you can remove the cork with the corkscrew. The most creative way of using a corkscrew is using it as a coat rack. Turn the corkscrew into a wall and use the handle as a hanger.
The scissors are small and therefore perfect for very small tasks.
Awl with eye
What do you use an awl for? For all tasks you wouldn't use the tip of your knife! The awl has a one-sided grind. As such it is great to make markings on wood. Which side of the line should you adhere to when you mark something with a pencil? With an awl this isn't a problem. In addition, it is very practical to use an awl to prick into soft metals. To mark where you should drill for instance. In addition, this awl has an eye, just like in a needle. By pulling a thread through the eye of the awl you could also use this tool, in case of an emergency, for sewing purposes.
This pocket knife comes from the Delémont collection and is enhanced with qualities from both Victorinox and Wenger. These knives were namely first produced by Wenger which was later taken over by Victorinox. The models that were previously produced by Wenger are now a part of the Victorinox range in the new Delémont collection. Named after the city where the former Wenger factory is still located. The combination of Swiss precision from both Victorinox and Wenger has turned this knife into a real asset.
Reliability and perfection up to the smallest details: a Victorinox is a real-life companion. Victorinox guarantees that all knives and multi-tools are made from stainless steel. For that reason Victorinox gives out a lifelong warranty on material and production flaws. This means you don't have to worry if you find a production flaw.