This is an Elinox Standard with black cellidor scales. I had never seen black scales with the vintage awl before. Does anyone recognize the logo?
This is a Victorinox (Elinox) 91mm Picknicker. It was part of the Elinox product line and since it has the five-turn corkscrew and no hole in the reamer its probable from the 1970s (?). It also has the +PAT opener and a sharpened bottle opener. It is basically a Camper but with a twist: it […]
This Elinox branded Standard is similar to a Spartan, but it has no key ring and no tweezers & toothpick and it has the old Elinox shield and cross on the front. Also note the clip-point small blade, +PAT can opener, solid awl and the five-turn corkscrew.
Okay, so this is not exactly a Lumberjack. It’s an older, ribbed alox 84mm model which at the time (probably the 1970s) did not have a name, but was simply known as model 2231. The tool configuration (blade, saw, bottle opener) is almost identical to the newer Lumberjack model, but that one has the combo […]