A different model is chosen each year, or sometimes, in more recent years, custom models have been created. They are only available in limited quantities, so are prized by many SAK collectors. This external site lists images of some of the earlier VSAKCS models.
Note: The VSACKS series should not be confused with the SOSAK Annual Knife Series which was another series of annually released knives issued by a different group.
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- 2000 - Red scaled Compact, in a tin presentation box
- 2001 - Blue scaled 84mm Tinker, without a box
- 2002 - Black scaled Yeoman, in a tin presentation box
- 2003 - Green scaled Fieldmaster, in a tin presentation box
- 2004* - Silver ALOX 1961 Soldier, in a tin presentation box
- 2005 - Bronze ALOX Farmer, in a tin presentation box. NB. Featuring the Soldier, not the regular Victorinox shield
- 2006 - Red scaled Astronaut (featuring the toolset of the Grand Prix), in a tin presentation box
- 2007 - USA flag scaled Super Tinker, in a tin presentation box
- 2008 - Blue Alox Electrician, in a tin presentation box
- 2009 - 10th Anniversary - Wooden scaled Compact, (no ballpoint-pen or straight-pin), in a tin presentation box
- 2010 - SilverTech scaled Huntsman, with blade etching, in a tin presentation box
- 2011 - Workman: A custom 91mm model based on the Waiter but replacing the corkscrew with a Phillips screwdriver
- 2012 - Doctor's Knife: A custom 91mm model featuring a large and small regular blades, spatula, wood saw and back layered Phillips screwdriver
- 2013 - Explorer: A standard 91mm Explorer with an inlay in honour of Carl Elsener Sr., the former leader of Victorinox AG, with his birth and death years
- 2014 - Pioneer 2223: A rare 93mm model with red scales
- 2015 - Evolution Wood 10: An 85mm model from the Delémont collection (ex-Wenger)
- 2016 - Special Pioneer X: An exclusive 93mm model, based on Pioneer X, but without the opener layer
- 2017 - Special Spartan: An exclusive 91mm model, based on the Spartan, with an additional layer including the inline Phillips screwdriver and the Delémont wrench
- 2018 - Mechanic: A 91mm Mechanic (the regular model is withdrawn) - featuring navy camouflage scales
- 2019 - 20th Anniversary - Wooden scaled Cybertool S (29). The keyring and corkscrew are gold-plated and the model is supplied with a white-handled mini-screwdriver. (Note: The white mini-screwdriver was first seen in the 2018 Christmas Series Sportsman).
- 2020 - A Farmer X variation in black - With a pruning blade in place of the regular can-opener - (... a Harvester X; or Swiss Army 8?!)
- 2021 - A Deluxe Tinker with stunning multi-coloured scales, in a tiled pattern, manufactured using a new layered printing technique, that gives a textured feel
- 2022 - A blue Alox Electrician with an added metal file/saw
* 2004 Model Muddle !
There were two versions of the VSAKCS 2004 Soldier.
The original shipment, bearing the 04 Soldier date tang stamp and the regular Victorinox shield, somehow became lost in transit. The re-issue of the knife came with the Soldier shield and a date stamp of 05. The original shipment was found many months later, and ended up in a Victorinox warehouse sale at their Shelton distribution centre in Connecticut! Note: Both versions contained the regular VSAKCS 'Jahr 2004' blade etching.
2000 - Compact
2001 - Small Tinker
2002 - Yeoman
2003 - Fieldmaster
2004 - 1961 Soldier
2005 - Farmer
2006 - 'Astronaut'
2007 - Super Tinker
2008 - Electrician
2009 - Compact
2010 - Huntsman
2013 - Explorer
2014 - Pioneer 2223
2015 - Evolution Wood 10
2018 - Mechanic
2019 - CyberTool 29
2021 - Deluxe Tinker
2022 - Electrician with a metal file
Showing all models released between 2000 and 2019.
- President: Jason Dillman
- Email: email@example.com - Please only use this address for all correspondence
- Some information/posts are also made on Facebook from time to time
To join the club please send your name, email and mailing addresses to the email address above.
Annual club knives are strictly limited to one per member per address, unless otherwise indicated.
The club aims to release an electronic general information newsletter at least once a year. Hard-copy may be available on request.
The club welcomes newsletter contributions and pictures from club members on anything Victorinox related.
Note: The club officials are the owners and operators of the Casco Bay Cutlery company in Freeport, Maine, USA.
The original club president, now retired, was Dan Jacquart, who was well known in the Swiss Army Knife community and who has written books and articles. During his time a quarterly hard-copy newsletter 'The Victorinox Blade' was issued.
Douglas Dillman, a former VP of Sales for Victorinox USA took over from Dan and has now handed over to the current president.