Model no. 135 f first appears in a Victorinox brochure from 1954. According to the following catalogues, it was one of the 24 most popular models of officer's knives. The model was officially only available in the 135 fa U version, which means with a bracket and toothpick/tweezers. It was a pocket knife for fishermen or sport fishermen.
Despite its popularity, according to the catalogues, the model was only available with red Cellidor scales. Analogous to the development of the individual tools, this model underwent corresponding changes. There were a number of similar pocket knives from Victorinox for the fishermen.
The model no. 135 f had a small and a large cutting blade, the can opener and the screwdriver, scissors and a fish scaler and on the back an awl and a Phillips screwdriver. The model was only available with a bracket/key ring and toothpick/tweezers.
Big cutting blade: 2.7 mm; small cutting blade: 1.7 mm, screwdriver: 2.0 mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Scissors: 2.5mm; fish scales: 1.4 mm; Phillips screwdriver: 2.7mm; Awl: 2.0 mm
The model no. 135 f is a 4-ply model. Between the lower layer (small and large cutting blade and Phillips screwdriver on the back) and the upper layer (screwdriver and can opener and awl on the back), the fish scaler is mounted on the second layer and the scissors on the third layer, which together with the Turn a small cutting blade and screwdriver around the foot rivet, which also fastens the optional bracket. Awl and Phillips screwdriver are attached to the center rivet.
Victorinox produced model no. 135 f exclusively with red Cellidor scales.
The circuit boards are made of aluminum, the intermediate layer is made of nickel silver.
Trade names: fishing knife, fisherman