The Wenger Traveler is an 85mm model with three tool layers. It is a popular model, that adds scissors to the basic Swiss Army Knife tools.
The Wenger Adventurer and the Security/Sécurité 14 are very similar models, but have a locking blade. The Adventurer typically features black scales.
The Wenger EVO 14 is a later version, which is described separately in the Wiki.
- Large blade - locking version on the Adventurer and Security 14
- Nail-file / Nail-cleaner
- Cap-lifter / Large screwdriver / Wire stripper
Back Layer Tools
Red or black synthetic scales are standard. Luxury models with stainless steel, or other materials, have also been made.
- Some versions have the textured nailfile facing the blade, others have it facing away.
- Locking blade versions are known as the Adventurer and Security 14.
- The Serrated Traveler features a partially (60/40) serrated blade, and either red synthetic (#16432) or brushed stainless steel (#16632) scales.
- The Metal 50 model features faceted solid stainless-steel scales, and no keyring or keychain.
- In 2000 the Wenger Swiss Millennium model was released, based on the Metal 50 model and featured a stylised engraved '2000' logo and the Swiss cross; all knives were numbered.
- Model 16632 featured brushed stainless steel scales with a red Wenger logo, and included the small chain on the keyring (Wdth: 15mm; Wt: 93g).
- The Tactile 811 version (also referred to as a Soft-Touch model) has a thin neoprene non-slip coating on the scales that varies in colour from pale blue to grey, and a clip-point style blade.
- The EVO 14 is a later model with the Wenger Evolution (Evo) ergonomically contoured scales.
- The Porsche Design version had ergonomic silver/grey ruthenium (like) scales.
- The Porsche Design Edition 1 was a matte black version with ergonomic PVD coated ruthenium (like) scales. It was a limited edition of 1000 units.
- The Gawain was a special black metal-handled, with crest, model from the Dynasty Series. No toothpick or tweezers.
- The Galahad is another model from the Dynasty Series, featuring a locking blade and black metal handles with crest. No toothpick or tweezers.
- A red Alox handled version with the same heraldic crest that featured on the Gawain was produced.
- A blue Alox handled version with the same heraldic crest (red background) that appeared on the Gawain was also produced.
- The Wood 03 features wooden scales and brass screw fasteners. This model did not include the keyring/keychain, toothpick or tweezers. This was a special limited edition and a member of the Wood Collection, that was a collaboration between Wenger and EKA of Sweden.
- The Europe Series blue Traveler (circa 1993) had a twelve-star Euro logo, included the small keychain.
- The Europe Series blue Alox Traveler had a twelve-star Euro logo and no keyring.
- The Left-handed version with tools assembled in the reverse order.
- Length: 85mm
- Width: 17mm
- Weight: 74g
- 1.14.03: Traveler with standard red scales
- 1.14.03.02: Traveler with standard black scales
- 1.14.53: Standard red scales with locking blade
- 1.14.59: Standard red scales with locking blade - listed as Security 14
- 1.14.09: Standard red scales - listed as the Classic 14
- 1.14.103: Left-handed with keyring and chain
- 1.014.009.000: Standard red scales listed as a Classic 14 (new model number format)
- 1.014.009.002: Standard black scales listed as the Classic 14
- 1.114.09.811: Wenger Tactile 811
- 1.534.00: Wenger Swiss Millennium
- 1.92.14: Europe Series - blue scales
- 1.92.16: Europe Series - blue Alox scales
- 1.92.50X: Stainless steel scales
US Model Numbers:
- 16932: Red scales
- 16132: Black scales
- 16239: Swiss Sportsman, locking main blade and flat Phillips screwdriver
- 16432: Serrated Traveler (60/40), red synthetic scales
- 16632: Serrated Traveler, brushed stainless steel scales
- 16836: Black scales; Adventurer model with locking blade
- 16679: Porsche design version with ergo ruthenium scales
- 16998: Porsche design, ergo ruthenium scales with matte-black finish
- EVO 14 - Same tools but with EVO style scales
- Swiss Sportsman - Replaces the nail-file with a flat Phillips screwdriver
- Teton - Replaces the nail-file with a small-blade. May also replace the corkscrew with a Phillips screwdriver
- Classic 16 - Replaces the corkscrew with a Phillips screwdriver
- Spot Light with Scissors - Adds a flashlight
- Commander - Removes scissors
- Swiss Advantage - Equivalent SwissBuck model
- Climber - Equivalent Victorinox knife
- Delémont Evolution 14 - The Victorinox Delémont version