Victorinox developed model no. 134 in the early 1950s. It was a model No.234 with a Phillips screwdriver in place of the corkscrew. This screwdriver has been manufactured by Victorinox since 1951/1952.
In the 1964 catalogue, model no. 134 appears as model no. 1134 as part of the Elinox line, from which it disappeared again by 1971 at the latest.
The Model No. 134 appeared to have been less popular overall than the smaller Model No. 134k in 84mm. It only appears in a few variants in the catalogues, from 1971 only in the variant with the hanging bracket, never with the addition toothpick-tweezers. Model No. 134, known today as the Tinker, is still produced by Victorinox to this day.
The model no. 134 had a small and large cutting blade, the can opener and the screwdriver, an awl and a Phillips screwdriver on the back. The model was available with a hanger bracket/key ring option.
Big cutting blade: 2.7 – 2.8 mm; small cutting blade: 1.7 mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Screwdriver: 2.0mm; Awl: 2.0 mm; Phillips Screwdriver: 2.8mm - 3.0mm
In the 2-ply model No.134, the large cutting blade and can opener rotate around the head rivet, the small cutting blade and screwdriver around the base rivet. A middle rivet fixes the Phillips screwdriver and the awl, a 4th rivet fixes the two back springs. The optional bracket/key ring is fixed with the foot rivet.
Model No. 134 was only available with Cellidor scales.
Model No. 134 had liners made of aluminum, rivets made of nickel silver or brass, spacers made of nickel silver or aluminum.
Trade names: Tinker