The Voyageur has a close Cellidor relative, the model 232k, which is the same as the early Alox Voyageur models that contain the cap-lifter rather than the newer combo opener tool, this model was also available with toothpick and tweezers (Model 232ka).
This model was also known as the Tourist and appears in some older catalogs under that name, however due to confusion with the later Cellidor Tourist, the SAK community has taken to calling this model the Voyageur ... which itself should not be confused with the more recent 91mm Voyager!
- Large knife blade
- Cap-lifter later the Combo tool - in the same layer as the knife blade
- Keyring - optional
Most Voyagers had the early horizontally ribbed Alox scales in silver or red, with silver being the most common. Models with smooth Alox scales were also available, although much less common than the ribbed Alox.
- Elinox and Victorinox tang stamp versions.
- Available with and without the keyring.
Later models replaced the cap-lifter with the combo tool.
According to Victorinox this model was discontinued in 1986.
- Length: 84mm
- Width: 9mm
- Weight: 51g
This model was previously numbered as follows:
- 2232r+ - Red scales
- 2232s+ - Silver scales
When the model numbering system changed in 1982, the new numbers were:
- 0.1500.26 - Silver ribbed Alox
- 0.1501.26 - Silver ribbed Alox with keyring
- 0.1500.16 - Silver smooth Alox
- 0.1501.16 - Silver smooth Alox with keyring
- 0.1500.20 - Red ribbed Alox
- 0.1501.20 - Red ribbed Alox with keyring
- 0.1500.10 - Red smooth Alox
- 0.1501.10 - Red smooth Alox with keyring