Victorinox produced the model no. 235 m from the early 1970s until today. The "m" in the production number stands for "metal saw/file". It is one of the few models that includes the scissors and metalsaw without the regular saw.
Although the metalsaw/file had existed since the beginning of the 1950s and the configuration of model no. 235 m would have been theoretically possible, it was delayed for around 20 years. Apparently there was a demand to include this specific configuration in the Victorinox model range. That this was the right decision is shown by the fact that this model is still being produced today.
Model No. 235m had a small and large cutting blade, scissors, metal file/saw, can opener and screwdriver, as well as an awl and corkscrew on the back. The Model No.235m had toothpicks/tweezers as standard and a bowl ring as an option.
Big cutting blade: 2.7 mm; small cutting blade: 1.7 mm; Scissors: 2.5mm; Metal saw/file: 1.8 mm; Screwdriver: 2.0mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Corkscrew: 2.7mm; Awl: 2.0 mm
The model no. 235 m is a 4-layer pocket knife. The upper layer consists of the can opener, the screwdriver and the awl on the back. The bottom layer consists of a small and large cutting blade and the corkscrew on the back, the second layer consists of scissors and the third layer consists of the metal saw/file. The latter is fixed to the foot rivet together with the small cutting blade, the scissors and the screwdriver. The awl and corkscrew revolve around the central rivet.
Victorinox made the No. 235 m model with red Cellidor scales.
The circuit boards are made of aluminum, the intermediate layer is made of nickel silver.
Trade names: Mountaineer