The closely related Ranger 75 with a Phillips screwdriver instead of the corkscrew was also known as the Handyman in some markets where it was sold.
Discontinued model - Although it is available as a Victorinox Delémont.
- Large knife blade with a liner-lock
- Folding pliers
- Cap-lifter / Medium screwdriver - includes an automatic pressure lock
The 'New Ranger' models featured Nylon Evolution scales, contoured to fit the hand, and usually in black. The first, and most common, Evo scales featured deep checkering molded into the thumb area on both sides (main photo). One side carried the Wenger cross logo, along with 'WENGER' molded into the scales. The logo is a push button, which, when depressed, releases the liner lock on the knife blade.
The RangerGrip models feature rubber inlays within the contours, to help with retention under a wide range of conditions.
Wenger introduced a wide variety of 130mm New Ranger models in 2007.
Evolution contoured grip scales and a push-button lock release distinguish them from the previous 120mm Ranger series.
The Ranger 74 was not originally sold in North America.
Width: 220.9g - Standard black Nylon scaled model
Weight: 31mm - Standard black Nylon scaled model
- 1.077.074.000: Standard black Nylon scales
- 1.077.074.821: RangerGrip red scales
- 1.077.074.822: RangerGrip yellow scales
- Ranger 75 - A Phillips screwdriver replaces the corkscrew.
- Ranger 174 - Adds a bit-driver to the scales: the main-blade is partially serrated
- Ranger 73 - Electrician - Replaces the can-opener with an 'electrician's Hawksbill' blade; and corkscrew with a Phillips driver
- Alinghi Models - Have many similarities with the New Ranger pliers models
- Handyman - Replaces the openers and awl layer with a metal saw/file
- Victorinox Delémont 74, 174 - Victorinox Delémont versions