Victorinox produced the model no. 7236 m in the 1960s and 1970s. It appears for the first time in the 1964 catalog under the name “Handwerker Messer”. It was one of the flagships of the Elinox line, along with the camping knife, fishing knife and car knife. It was one of the few Victorinox models to use the narrow screwdriver.
The model no. 7236 m belonged both to the Elinox line and later to the Victoria line. Victorinox only produced one version of this model, namely with a bracket/key ring and the toothpick/tweezers.
Model No. 7236 m had a narrow screwdriver and a large cutting blade, a can opener, screwdriver, scissors, saw, metal file/saw and, on the back, a corkscrew and an awl.
The model no. 7236 m always had the addition of a bracket/key ring and an additional toothpick and tweezers.
Big cutting blade: 2.7 mm; narrow screwdriver: 1.6 mm; Scissors: 2.5mm; Metal saw/file: 1.7 mm; saw: 1.7 mm; Screwdriver: 2.0mm; Can opener: 2.0 mm; Corkscrew: 2.8mm; Awl: 2.0 mm
The model no. 7236 m is a 5-layer pocket knife. The upper layer consists of the can opener and the screwdriver as well as an awl on the back, the lower layer of the narrow screwdriver and the large cutting blade as well as the corkscrew on the back. The layers in between make up the scissors, metalsaw/file, and saw. These are fixed to the base rivet together with the small cutting blade and the screwdriver. The awl and corkscrew revolve around the central 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: Craftsman's Knife, Handyman