Pocket Pal 84mm

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Original image by Stressmaster The Pocket Pal was a common Victorinox knife. The simple twin bladed design makes it a favorite of people looking for a slim, lightweight knife. While technically being an 84mm knife, the Pocket Pal does not conform to the regular shape of most Victorinox 84mm SAKs, it is thinner with more tapered ends, and no backspring tools

The Pocket Pal was retired and replaced by the Excelsior, which adds a keyring to this configuration, in the late 201xs.

Name Disambiguation:

A 58mm Pocket Pal was made during the 1960s.

Layer Tools


Typically red Cellidor scales. Has been available in black, blue, white, green and gray.
A blue version was sold with both the Victorinox logo and a Cub Scout logo on the front scale.


  1. The cross and shield emblem has been applied as the standard metal inlay, hot stamped, as well as color and non-color screen printed.
  2. Serrated Pocket Pal: At one point Victorinox produced a small number of Pocket Pals with a serrated main blade. These are extremely rare.
  3. The Cub Scout version features blue Cellidor scales and a Cub Scout emblem, early versions feature a metal inlay, later versions have a printed emblem.
  4. Red Alox Pocket Pal: At one time there was a smooth red Alox scaled scaled model - (0.6900.10); a silver version is now called the Secretary.


  • 0.6900: Red Cellidor (53281)
  • 0.6900.10: Vintage model, smooth red Alox with exposed rivets

US Model Numbers: (in brackets above)

  • 55292: Blue Cellidor Cub Scout version

Related Models

  • Secretary - Has smooth Alox scales
  • Excelsior - Adds the keyring; there is an additional model with silver ribbed Alox scales
  • Popular - Red ribbed Alox scales; adds a keyring
  • Sentry - Same shape and design; single blade only

Created by RedRamage. Last Modification: Monday 02 of August, 2021 04:04:13 CEST by Huntsman.

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