Victorinox CyberTool 34

The CyberTool 34 is the CyberTool 29‘s bigger brother, adding scissors, pliers and a multi purpose hook. This particular one has translucent onyx scales. I thought those scales would be translucent black, but they turned out to be more like reddish brown…

Victorinox CyberTool 34These scales have a slot for a small set of tweezers, like the Voyager and Altimeter (no pics yet ;) ), but there is no cutout so you can’t insert the tweezers without modding the scale.

The CyberTool 34 is my favorite Swiss Army Knife; I’ve carried a ruby one as EDC for years now :)

Victorinox CyberTool 29

The Victorinox CyberTool 29 was introduced in 2000. It adds plus scales and a Bit driver to the basic Spartan model. The bit driver and bit holder are unique to the CyberTool models (and some collectors knives like the SwissChamp XAVT).

Victorinox CyberTool 29All CyberTool models come with 4 different, double sided bits, including flat head, Pozidriv, Phillips and Torx bits. The bit holder holds 3 bits, the 4th one is stored in the bit driver itself. The bit holder/case is made of plastic which, in my opinion, looks and feels a bit cheapish. The bit driver is made from a different type of steel than the rest of the knife, judging by the color difference and the fact that a little rust is often found inside the bit driver.

Victorinox Climber with Swiss flags

This Climber has unusual scales. They are cellidor with a hot stamped shield (not a metal inlay) and a couple of Swiss flags and edelweiss flowers printed on them. Switzerland is printed in 4 different languages.

Victorinox Climber (Migros)

These climbers were a special order for Migros, a large Swiss supermarket/wholesale chain.

Update: this SAK has found a new home somewhere in the United States ;)

Victorinox SilverTech Climber

You can never have too many Climbers :)

Victorinox Climber SilverTech

The SilverTech scales on this Swiss Army Knife were introduced in 2009 (I believe). They are colorless translucent cellidor scales that are painted silver on the inside, giving the scales a high tech, polished steel look. While they look pretty futuristic, I haven’t decided if I like them myself ;)