The two models No. 146 fm and 246 fm, sold under the name "Champion", were among the flagships of Victorinox for a long time. The model no. 146 fm was produced from the beginning of the 1950s until about 1973. At that time, this model was the one with the most layers (6) and a total of 13 tools with various other functions.
Compared to model no. 246 fm, this model was officially made exclusively with red Cellidor scales.
The number "4" in the model number stands for the long nail file on the back, for example in comparison to model no. 136 fm, which did not have this nail file.
Model No. 146 fm had a small and a large cutting blade, a can opener, screwdriver, scissors, saw, fish scaler, metal file/saw and, on the back, a Phillips screwdriver, a long nail file and an awl.
The model no. 146 fm always had the addition of a toothpick/tweezers and an optional bracket/key ring.
Big cutting blade: 2.7 mm; small cutting blade: 1.7 mm; Scissors: 2.5mm; Metal saw/file: 1.8 mm; fish scales: 1.4 mm; saw: 1.7 mm; Screwdriver: 2.0mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Phillips screwdriver: 2.8mm; Awl: 2.0 mm; long nail file: 2.5 mm
model no. 146 fm is a 6-layer pocket knife. The top layer consists of the can opener and the screwdriver as well as the awl on the back, the bottom layer consists of small and large cutting blades and the Phillips screwdriver on the back. In the 4 layers in between are fish scales, saw, metalsaw/metal file and scissors with the long nail file on the back. The large cutting blade, can opener and scissors rotate around the head rivet. An awl and a Phillips screwdriver rotate around the center rivet. The long nail file is fixed between the liners of the scissors layer with a pin.
Victorinox used red Cellidor as the scale material.
The circuit boards are made of aluminum, the intermediate layer is made of nickel silver.
Trade names: Champion