The Victorinox One-Handed Trekker features a 3.5″ partially serrated main blade. Unlike most other partially serrated knives, however, the Trekker’s blade puts the serrations toward the tip of the blade and the plain edge toward the handle. This brings the plain edge closer to your hand for more control when stripping wire, whittling, creating fuzz sticks, etc.
The shallow “steak-knife” style serrations cut well without snagging.
A half-moon shaped cut out makes opening the blade with one hand easy, but since there is some backspring resistance, you can’t flick it open.
The large saw blade is amazingly useful. The long double rows of offset sawteeth cut wood very, very well. The Phillips head screwdriver in the place of the usual Swiss Army corkscrew is also very useful. It’s placed perpendicular to the handle and creates strong leverage. All of the tools, blades, liners, and springs are crafted from polished stainless steel. The Trekker does not rust. The blade edges come sharp, their thin profiles make for great slicing, and the steel is easy to maintain and sharpen.The Trekker’s larger 111mm handle profile provides for more grip and leverage than the standard 91mm Swiss Army Knives.
Made in Switzerland; Victorinox provides the One Hand Trekker Swiss Army Knife a lifetime guarantee against defects in material and workmanship. Making a lifetime commitment has never been so easy.