Model no. 135 first appeared in the 1959 Victorinox catalogue. This model is a model No.235 with a Phillips screwdriver on the back instead of a corkscrew.
Compared to the same model in size 84 mm (model no. 135 k), Victorinox only ever produced the model no. 135 in one variant. The 135 U variant with a bracket was available until around 1970, followed by the 135 a U variant, which meant the addition of the toothpick/tweezers. Victorinox seems to have only produced this model in small numbers and the demand was probably significantly lower than for the small model no. 135 k. However, this model is still in production and sold under the name Super Tinker, while Victorinox has long since discontinued production of the smaller counterpart.
The model no. 135 had a small and a large cutting blade, a can opener, screwdriver, scissors and on the back a Phillips screwdriver and an awl.
The model no. 135 always had the additional bracket and from around 1970 also a toothpick and 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; Phillips screwdriver: 2.8mm; Awl: 2.0 mm
The model no. 135 is a 3-layer pocket knife. Between the bottom layer (small and large cutting blade and Phillips screwdriver on the back) and the top layer (screwdriver and can opener and awl on the back), the scissors are mounted on the second layer, which together with the small cutting blade and screwdriver around the base rivet rotate. Awl and Phillips screwdriver are attached to the center rivet.
Victorinox used as scale material Cellidor red.
The liners are made of aluminium, the intermediate layer is made of nickel silver or aluminium.
Trade names: Super Tinker