Of the current range the Cadet remains a very popular everyday pocket knife, as do the Bantam and Sportsman models.
An asterisk(*) in the list below indicates if the model is currently available (2020), and the image below shows these models.
Two frame and scale shapes are available for the 84mm Victorinoxes
These are all similar, slim, single layer, blade only models, never with back-tools - See top photo opposite.
The variations in name are usually down to scale type, or presence, or not, of the keyring. Also the names and configurations have not been consistent over time and in different markets, all of which can be quite confusing! However Victorinox has now (2020) standardised on the Excelsior name and all configuration differences are variations of this model.
- Buddy see: Secretary
- Excelsior * - Two blades, kr, Cellidor scales
- Junior see: Sentry
- Pocket Pal - Two blades, no kr, Cellidor scales
- Popular - Two blades, kr, chequered Alox scales, older model
- Secretary - Two blades, no kr, smooth Alox scales
- Sentry - Single blade, no kr, Cellidor scales
- Watch Case Opener * - Available in both 84mm frame styles
These are the 84mm framed models that are the scaled down versions of the more common 91mm Victorinox Swiss Army Knives - See bottom photo opposite.
- Artisan (aka Fieldmaster Small)
- Assistant see: Sportsman
- Bantam *
- Bantam II
- Cadet *
- Cadet II
- Cadet Plus
- Climber Small
- Driver see: Recruit
- Grand Prix Small
- Huntsman Small
- Master Craftsman Small
- Mountaineer Small
- My First Victorinox *
- My First Victorinox H - or Plus *
- Plumber see: Lumberjack
- Recruit *
- Salesman (aka Super Tinker Small)
- Scouter see: Recruit
- Sportsman *
- Tinker Small *
- Tourist *
- Vice President see: Climber Small
- Waiter *
- Walker * see: Lumberjack
This image shows the currently available models as at 2020