They featured 18 karat gold (10 micron) plating and high quality, highly polished, inlaid stone scales. They also featured a unique true ceramic nail file, with the ceramic substrate bonded to the metal tool.
The packaging included a bright gold-foil outer slip cover that enclosed a wooden presentation box, and they were marketed under the 'Wenger Max' branding.
Luxury 18 Karat gold plated (10 microns) bordered metal scales with polished stone inlays in one of four varieties, with the Wenger Swiss Cross emblem on the top scale.
Four different stones in the handle inlays.
The Lithos Series was introduced in January 1992 and features a solid wood presentation box, as well as a black leather slipcase with folding closure and the gold Wenger Max logo. The Wenger Max logo may be market specific, and simply the equivalent of the Elite Series in North America.
- 16680 US Model: Lithos - Azul Bahia - Brazilian Yellow Granite with dark blue
- 16681 US Model: Lithos - Jaspis Landscape - South African subtle shades of brown
- 16681 US Model: Lithos - Blue Bahia - Brazilian Granite, pale blue
- 16683 US Model: Lithos - Bianco Sardo - White Sardinia (Italy) Granite
- 1.86.80 Wenger AN: Lithos - Azul Bahia - Brazilian Yellow Granite with dark blue
- 1.86.81 Wenger AN: Lithos - Jaspis Landscape - South African subtle shades of brown
- 1.86.82 Wenger AN: Lithos - Blue Bahia - Brazilian Granite, pale blue
- 1.86.83 Wenger AN: Lithos - Bianco Sardo - White Sardinia (Italy) Granite
- Macao Series - Another very similar luxury series with gold and inlaid lacquer scales, no ceramic nail-file
- Esquire - Same layer tools, adds toothpick, tweezers, and keyring; different scales
- Deluxe - Similar precious metal Victorinox model