The name Woodsman has been used for several models at different times, and maybe differently in different markets. The 93mm Alox Woodsman is one example of a different knife with the same name, there was also a very early variation of the Huntsman (no toothick and tweezers) that was also known as the Woodsman.
- Large knife blade
- Small knife blade
- In-line Phillips screwdriver
- Magnifying Glass
- Cap-Lifter with large screwdriver
- Can-Opener with small screwdriver
- Reamer/Awl with sewing eye
- Multipurpose Hook
- Fine Screwdriver - Only on later models
Standard red Cellidor
In honor of the 130th anniversary of the company's founding, Victorinox issued two new versions of the Woodsman for the Mexican market. One version came with red Cellidor scales, the other with ruby translucent scales. Both came in Nylon pouches with small black lanyards in special cardboard presentation boxes. They were both identified with the same number: 1.6713P15.
- Length: 91mm
- 35755 US Model
- 1.6713 Victorinox AN