The Timekeeper is a similarly named, but completely different model, which features an analogue clock in one scale, and a different toolset.
Table of contents
- Large blade
- Small blade
- Cap-lifter/slotted screwdriver - with wire-bender
- Can-opener/small slotted screwdriver - that also works with Phillips screws
Back Layer Tools
- Reamer/Awl - with a sewing-eye
- Phillips screwdriver
- Keyring/Split-ring attachment point
- Digital clock - includes alarm and timer functions
Textured red translucent scales. These scales are standard on models with electronic functions.
Limited information, however there appears to be a nearly identical model that replaces the Phillips with the corkscrew.
There may also be a version that removes the opener-layer and replaces the small blade with the Combo-tool.
One of these models may have been named the Digital Timekeeper.
The Timekeeper was Victorinox's first model to contain a clock, which was an analogue clock mounted on one scale. The Timekeeper Alarm came out later featuring the digital clock. There was also the Voyager model which had timer functions and a different toolset. The Timekeeper Alarm was discontinued in 2006 or 2007. Both were ultimately replaced by the Traveller model which has all the digital scale functions combined into one unit.
Note: This information to be confirmed
- 56978 (US Model number)
- Tinker - No digital functions; adds the tweezers
- TimeKeeper - Has an analogue clock in 'Plus' scales; the combo-tool replaces the openers/awl; a corkscrew replaces the Phillips; adds scissors - ie the Compact toolset
- Voyager - Adds scissors and the hook; a corkscrew replaces the Phillips; includes 'Plus' scales; same digital functions