|The Nail File is one of the three most common tools on the 58mm range of SAKS (along with the main blade and scissors). |
The current Nail File in all frame sizes is created by a textured finish on one side of the tool, which creates a fine/soft cut. The end of the blade can be a pointed Nail Cleaner or straight Screwdriver tip. The Classic SD models contain the ScrewDriver-tip.
|Early versions of the 58mm nail file used a standard crosscut file design, and were only available with the cleaner tip.|
|Unlike Wenger, where the nail-file is the regular partner to the main blade on its standard 85mm range, Victorinox usually install a second smaller blade. However a nail file appears on a few of the 84mm models such as the Cadet and Sportsman.|
On larger 91mm knives the fine-side of some versions of the metal crosscut file can also be used as a nail-file.
See Also: Nail File-Long
|The 65mm textured metal Nail File is found on Esquire and other similar sized models. The end of the nail file is a nail cleaner. The 65mm Ceramic Nail File is found on the Lithos models, it is not known if it was included on other models.|
|The 85mm Nail File is found on various Wenger 85mm model knives. The end of the nail file is a nail cleaner, but reported to work well with many Phillips head screws as well.|