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Random stuff: Climber Gold & Color Twins

Just a nice pic of a limited edition Climber with gold scales (basically SilverTech but 24 carat gold plated. GoldTech I guess?). It’s limited to “only” 20,000 pieces worldwide and comes in a nice LE box.

And two sets of the color twins: Spartans in new colors: translucent bright green and orange, plus matching fruit/tomato knives.

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Victorinox Executive with yellow scales

The Executive is one of my favorite models. It’s small enough to be used as a key chain knife yet large enough to be actually useful (I think the 58mm SAKs are a bit too small although I’ve EDC’d a brass Rambler for months now). It also has a funky tool config with the weird orange peeler that has never been used on any other model.

They are usually black or red. Other colors exist but without a company logo those are uncommon. So I was pretty lucky when I found a yellow one in mint condition:

My other yellow Executive is this cheesy one.

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Complete 74mm RocKnife Ambassador collection :)

I finally found the sixth Ambassador from the RocKnives collection :) It took me a couple of  years to find all six:

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Victorinox Huntsman CamoFun

The Victorinox Huntsman is offered with nice CamoFun scales in France only. Very colorful :)

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Victorinox “cheese” Executive and black Ambassador

Latest additions to the 74mm family: a yellow Executive with an Emmentaler logo and a black Ambassador sans shield & cross. I am usually not interested in knives with company logos, but I think this yellow one is quite nice.

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You cannot tell from the pictures, but it looks like the previous owner sanded away some sort of company name or inscription on the back of the Ambassador.