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Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by Andess78, Feb 10, 2020.
The Wenger Classic 13 have the following tools:
This should be a Wenger Security 13, which is a close cousin to Wenger Alpine Backpacker.
lovely knife, the security 13 (note main blade packlock feature)...
But mine havent got a lock.
and so your tool set up is that of a classic 13
which leaves the question of its white scales...
the imprinted logo graphics on its scale
makes it highly probable that it is a specified
custom order for a corporate premium??!
I told another closer look at the Classic 13, and GIRLYmann is right, it's indeed the Classic 13. The larger picture posted earlier was probably the Classic 132, with the flat phllips in place of the nail cleaner.
understandably, the problem with
is that they all look alike but for subtle
and looking out for these tiny differences
in detail can at times get absolutely frustrating.
if only these compamies had stamped
out the model numbers; but i suppose
it would have been unswiss like
to add to the production cost.
Well after watching that video (Thank You for that) .. I so wish Wenger did not go out of business and were still making those!! NICE!!!
ahhh... like so many things on this planet
which we only come to learn to treasure
once they are completely gone.
could it be because we only understand
the value of rarity with declining numbers?
hopefully, its still not to late in the game
to obtain and save worthy wenger speciments to stuff on board
one's knife preservation "ark"
indeed wenger had some unique
offerings which warrants a second look now.