The Victorinox Bushcrafter was a special run 93mm Alox model produced for the dealer Swiss Bianco (see below). It was first produced and named in 2009, this configuration is not known to have previously existed. It contains only two tool layers with a blade and a wood saw and no regular openers-layer.
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Alox in regular silver and several other colours.
First introduced in late 2009, this model was named by Swiss Bianco, a US and Switzerland based custom knife reseller, designer and manufacturer, it is available exclusively through them. Additional small runs were made in early 2010. Estimated total production by 2011 was less than 300 units. In 2011 the first models featuring the standard Victorinox red shield on the top scale were produced.
- In 2011 a number of silver Alox scaled knives where produced with the standard red Victorinox shield.
- In April 2012 a number of red Alox scaled knives where produced with the standard shield.
- In February 2013 a special run of roughly 100 models were produced, for Swiss Bianco, with copper coloured anodized scales, with the Victorinox shield with a red background. However, several other models were produced around this time with the same coloured anodizing.
- Length: 93mm
- Width: 11mm
- Weight: 63.2g
Due to the special run, the identifiers are not known.
- Woodsman - Has no reamer
- Wilderness - Replaces the reamer with a small pruner blade
- Farmer - Adds the regular openers-layer
- Lumberjack - A smaller 84mm two-layer model with a wood saw - Also produced in colored Alox for Swiss Bianco