- Large knife blade
- Small knife blade
- Metal saw with file
- Wood saw
- Fish scaler
- Cap-lifter with screwdriver
- Can-opener with screwdriver
- Inline Phillips screwdriver
- Magnifying Glass
- Wood chisel
- Reamer/Awl with sewing eye
- Fine screwdriver
- Mini screwdriver eyeglass sized screwdriver
- Multipurpose hook
This model was first introduced in 2003 or 2004 and had the same main toolset as the earlier Champion model. It is possible it was initially sold exclusively through the 'WalMart' chain. The first versions contained the original Magnifying Glass, did not have the 'Plus' scales (no pen or straight-pin), and had the crossbow and cross on the tang.
By 2005 Walmart was clearing them out at bargain prices and knife seemed to be unavailable late 2005 through 2006, but reappeared in 2007 via a few dealers. In 2009 this model was still available, but there were some indications that supply was running out, however, this is speculation based on price variations.
During 2015 this model was still available and is quite popular with users who prefer to carry a Swiss Army Knife without pliers, perhaps as they also carry a pliers based tool.
The .R designator of the model number1.6795.R indicates they were, at one time, or are, a special run. That might explain the good pricing that was available, although it seems like the run was quite large. Note that the base model number 1.6795 is the designator for the SwissChamp model.
This model is discontinued (not in the catalogue) as of 2015.
- Length: 91mm
- Width: 28mm
- Weight: 148.9g
- 1.6795.R: Champion Plus, red scales (US Model Number: 54525)
- 54521 US Model No.: Packaged with the name MAXXUM on the box