Look closely or you may not see them :)
These two SAKs feature a rather cool camo pattern made by Mossy Oak. It’s called New Break-Up and each knife uses a different/random part of the whole camo image.
The scales feel a bit like paper, I have no idea what material they are made out of and what kind of printing technique is used. They may or may not be cellidor or nylon. The Victorinox emblem is not a metal inlay but is printed in silver ink instead.
This is a Victorinox Tourist, which is basically a smaller (84mm) version of the Spartan, in this case without key ring. It has horn scales and the tweezers have an aluminium handle but I think that’s not the original one since this knife is newer.
I bought this knife hoping it was 91mm, but since it is not (and in rather poor condition as well) I may put it up for sale/trade later.
This Spartan features a nice scale design matching the website and other promotional material used for the Victorinox I.N.O.X. watches (check out the background used on that site! Same image :) ).
I was told this Spartan was only available during the introduction of the I.N.O.X. product line. It’s a bit weird, using a rusty image on a stainless steel Swiss Army Knife. But it’s nice :)
I finally found the sixth Ambassador from the RocKnives collection :) It took me a couple of years to find all six:
I found this NOS Camper with stag horn scales a while ago. I like the texture and color of the horn. There are two exposed rivets; I have seen several of these with three exposed rivets. No idea why they differ.