This model, like some others, has been available over a long time period and some earlier versions have various tool differences to the current version. The most significant being the pliers completely replacing the fish scaler in 1986 - See Tools and History below.
Not to be confused with the older, five-layer Handyman 7236mau - (Handwerker in German).
- Large knife blade
- Small knife blade
- Metal file with saw
- Wood saw
- Cap-lifter/Slotted screwdriver/Wire-bender
- Can-opener/Small-slotted screwdriver - that also works with Phillips screws
As above but - The pliers are replaced by the
- Reamer/Awl with a sewing-eye
- Small slotted screwdriver
- Multipurpose hook
- Keyring/Split-ring attachment point
As above but - No chisel or hook
White cellidor with astronaut inlay (I.N.O.X. Sky High version)
The I.N.O.X. Sky High watch came in a gift box with a Handyman with white scales, astronaut inlay and white paracord keychain. Limited to 2,000 pieces worldwide.
The Handyman was introduced in 1973, around the time the model number format changed, and model names were standardised by Victorinox.
Its original toolset (fish scaler not pliers, no chisel or hook, original fine screwdriver) was equivalent to the old six-layer Champion a (with the exception of the long nail-file), which had been semi-retired following the introduction of the seven-layer Champion in 1973.
The pliers were introduced in 1986, replacing the fish scaler.
Its evolution followed a very similar path to the Craftsman, with tools and tool versions changing as the Victorinox tools evolved. The Craftsman page outlines some of those differences.
- Length: 91mm
- Width: 27.5mm; Original 24mm
- Weight: 155.4g; Original 131g
- 1.3773: Red Cellidor - Current configuration
US Model Numbers:
- 53722: Red Cellidor - Current configuration
- 5041: Red Cellidor- Original configuration - Swiss Army Brands (SABI) number