Victorinox SwissChamp (1.6795)

The SwissChamp was introduced to the world in 1985. It was the successor of the Champion and contained all the tools that were on the Champion at the time while added pliers layer and Mini-screwdriver that twisting into the corkscrew.

Over the years the SwissChamp as been evolved (as other Victorinox SAKs):
  • Grooved corkscrew replaced by plain corkscrew.
  • Keyring moved from the Corkscrew layer to the Reamer layer.
  • Scissor's screw replaced by rivet.
  • An hook added to the back of the scissor's layer.
  • A straight pin added to the scales.
  • The pliers changed.
For more information about the evolution of tools, please read: 91mm Tools Evolution




SwissChamp Brochures & User Guide

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Brochure

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variation 3
Brochure

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variation 4
User Guide

(3.3Mb PDF)
(click on the images to open the brochure/user guide in a new window)




More Models & Variations

SwissChamp SuperTimer:
includes an Analog Timepiece in the scales
(rather than the Tweezers).

(Click on the image to see its brochure in a new window).

SwissChamp XL (1.6795.XL):
Adds:
* Spatula
* Electrician's blade
* divot tool

Produced between 1999 and 2000.
SwissChamp XLT (1.6795.XLT):
Adds:
* Spatula
* Electrician's blade
* Small Pruner Blade
* Bit Driver

(Click on the image to see its features list in a new window).

SwissChamp XXLT (1.6795.XXLT):
A very large knife that contains 72 features.
Its includes laserflame lighter.

Introduced in 2004. Replaced by XAVT in 2006.

(Click on the image to see its features list in a new window).

SwissChamp XAVT (1.6795.XAVT):
The knife with the biggest amount of features that Victorinox ever made.
It contains 80 features (but don't includes laserflame lighter).

Introduced in 2006.

(Click on the image to see its features list in a new window).





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