The model no. 235 fm was developed by Victorinox in the mid/late 1950s. It first appeared in the Victorinox catalog in 1959. It was probably the best-known model in a series called "fishing knives". This model was characterized by blue Cellidor scales, although the model was also produced with red Cellidor scales, as well as a stainless steel inlay depicting a fish.
The first models still had the old external awl, which disappeared in 1961. This model came standard with a toothpick/tweezers and a shackle/key ring.
The model no. 235 fm had a small and a large cutting blade, a can opener, a screwdriver, a metal saw/file, scissors and a fish scale and on the back a corkscrew and an awl. Model no. 235 fm was only available with a toothpick/tweezers and a clip/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; Screwdriver: 2.0mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Corkscrew: 2.7mm; Awl: 2.0 mm
model no. 235 fm is a 5-layer pocket knife. The upper layer consists of the can opener, the screwdriver and an awl on the back. The lower layer consists of a small and large cutting blade as well as a corkscrew on the back, the second layer consists of scissors, the third layer consists of a metalsaw/file and the fourth layer consists of a fish scale. The latter is fixed to the foot rivet together with the small cutting blade, the scissors, the metalsaw/metal file and the screwdriver. The awl and corkscrew revolve around the central rivet.
Victorinox produced the No. 235 fm model with scales of either red or blue Cellidor.
The liners of model no. 235 fm are made of aluminium, the intermediate layer is made of nickel silver or aluminium.
Trade name: Angler