The Model No.135k is basically identical to the Model No.235k, but has a Phillips screwdriver on the back instead of the corkscrew. Victorinox developed this around 1950, since the model no. 135 k has also been around. Since the 84 mm scissors were no longer produced in the 1990s, the model no. 135 k has a relatively short hihistory. It was particularly popular in the USA, but also in other countries where little wine was drunk and the corkscrew could be dispensed with.
The Phillips screwdriver went through various stages of development, each of which became visible in the different versions of the model no. 135 k. Model No. 135 k was produced in relatively small numbers, which is why it rarely appears.
The Model No. 135k had the tools of the Model No. 235k (large cutting blade, small cutting blade, screwdriver, scissors, can opener and awl) and a Phillips screwdriver instead of the corkscrew. The model was available with or without a toothpick/tweezers and also with or without a bracket/key ring.
Large cutting blade: 2.5 mm; small cutting blade: 1.5 mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Bottle Opener: 2.0mm; Scissors: 2.5mm; Phillips screwdriver: 2.5 mm; Awl: 2.0 mm
The model no. 135 k was a 3-layer pocket knife. The bottom layer consisted of small cutting blade, screwdriver and Phillips screwdriver on the back; the upper layer of large cutting blade, can opener and awl on the back. Between these layers was the scissors in a separate layer.
Celluloid/ Cellidor red was mainly used as the scale material.
The circuit boards were made of aluminum, the intermediate layers of nickel silver.
Trade names: Super Tinker Small, Salesman