Wenger Alinghi 177

Wenger Alinghi 177 The Wenger Alinghi 177 model is intended for maritime use, having a large marlinspike / shackle-opener. This model, and the others in the Alinghi series were introduced in 2007, and were also known as the Yachtsman. This model was developed in cooperation with the Switzerland based Alinghi sailing race team.
The Alinghi comes with a fitted nylon sheath.

For more information on these models and their history see the Alinghi series page.

Discontinued model.

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Black Nylon scales, contoured in the Evolution style to fit the hand. Deep checkering is moulded into the thumb area on both sides. One side carries the Wenger cross logo, along with the Wenger name and 'Alinghi' moulded into the scales. The cross logo icon is a push button, which, when depressed, releases the liner lock on the knife blade.

Physical Specifications

Length: 130mm


  • Black Nylon scales (US Model Number: 20011)

Related Models

  • Alinghi 176 - A Phillips screwdriver replaces the corkscrew; one-handed opening blade
  • Alinghi 181/SUI-1 - A can-opener replaces the fine-screwdriver; adds the ¼” bit-driver to the scales; one-handed opening blade
  • Mike Horn Ranger - Four layers with pliers and a metal saw/file; features two large blades
  • Ranger 38-36 - 120mm two-layer model; probably assembled from spare stock left from Alinghi series production

130mm Ranger model comparison matrix

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