The Lockblade Knife is an unusual two-layer Victorinox slide-locking model that is similar to the Cheese Knife, exchanging the cheese blade for a wood saw. It became available for purchase in 2019.
- Large blade - Slide-locking, partially serrated with serrations at the tip end
- Wood saw
Note: No opener layer
Back Layer Tools
Standard red scratch resistant Nylon scales.
This model appeared in late 2019, a couple of years after Victorinox stopped making slide-lock 111mm models. It most likely came about as Victorinox was using up old stock of 111mm slide-lock parts. SAKWiki understands that this model was primarily available from the Victorinox factory/outlet stores, (Ibach, Roermond, Berlin), although it was also available via a Swiss eBay seller. We also understand that it was known as the 'Messer ohne Name' - 'Knife without name!' (Source: Victorinox outlet store employee via MultiTool.org). Its box was labelled Lockblade Knife, with the product code, this may be a generic name.
- Length: 111mm
- Height: 31mm (max)
- Width: 15.6mm
- Weight: 80g
- 0.8803.W: Slide-locking, red scales
- Cheese Knife - Replaces the wood saw with a cheese blade
- Lovec - Liner-lock OH model released for the Czech market; replaces the corkscrew with a Phillips screwdriver