Standard Cellidor scales. It was available in Red, Blue, Black, Green, White and Yellow; other colors are possible.
- There is only one tool variation of the Bijou, the Bijou SD. The SD, again, like it's cousin the Classic, replaces the nail cleaning tip with a small screwdriver tip.
- Scale Variations - many variations in color and material, not all listed
- Mother of Pearl Bijou with a nail cleaning tip.
- The RocKnives Series based on the Bijou/Classic was introduced in the late 1988, or early 90s. and includes six different Bijou models with natural stone scales without toothpick or tweezers (see Identifiers section).
- A series with semi-precious stone scales without toothpick or tweezers, was also produced. These are reported to have used scales from a small US manufacturer in Florida.
The original Bijou was first introduced around 1980. The SD variation was first introduced in 1987. Both versions are discontinued. It is not known when either was discontinued, but the original was likely phased out around '87 when the SD was introduced.
While discontinued as an official model, it is still possible that knives with this configuration would be available as advertising knives or in luxury scaled offerings; however they would probably just be labeled as variations of the Classic rather than as a Bijou.
SABI (Swiss Army Brands International) originally sold this knife under the name Commander.
- 0.6202 Victorinox: Red Cellidor, Cleaner Tip
- 0.6222 Victorinox: Bijou-SD Red Cellidor, Screwdriver Tip
- 0.6200.53 Victorinox: Azul Santa Crux (Brasilia) stone scales
- 0.6200.54 Victorinox: Andeer Granit (Switzerland) stone scales
- 0.6200.55 Victorinox: Bel Horizonte (Brasilia) stone scales
- 0.6200.56 Victorinox: Rosa Bertha (Sardinia) stone scales
- 0.6200.57 Victorinox: Bethel White (Canada) stone scales
- 0.6200.58 Victorinox: Baltic Brown (Russia) stone scales