The unique shape of these handles was apparently developed for those unable to open a standard pocket knife with their fingernails. This shape allows the tools to be pinched and pulled open.
Red Alox with a white cross inside of a circle printed on the handle. The knife in the top panel has a silver cross/circle, even though it looks white, it may not be printed, but could be generated by mask during anodizing.
Silver Alox, and a stainless steel versions also exist.
- Silver Alox-scaled model
- Available with, and without, a keyring
- Machine turned, and smooth, stainless steel scales
The Duchess is probably one of the earliest known Alox-handled models. All of these knives are tang stamped with the Victoria mark on the back of the main blade. This model evolved into the standard-shaped, Alox-handled Companion.
- 633 r+
- 633 Ust
Both model numbers are in the older Victorinox model number format
- Companion - A later Alox scaled model with similar tools
- Classic - Similar tools, typically Cellidor scales, but Alox available
- Broker - A newer stainless steel scaled model with similar tools
- Princess Variations - A two-tooled model with 'dog-bone' scales ...