The model no. 2200 was developed by Victorinox in the late 1950s and produced from then on. The default color was red. The model was available with or without a bail.
This model undergoes only minor changes. The only blade came in two variants, with a symmetrical or an asymmetrical cut. The symmetrically ground blades could only be used for this model and for model no. 2204. These two models were the only official pocket knives with an existing layer of only this one large cutting blade. Once another tool was added to the layer, the pocket knife needed an asymmetrically ground cutting blade to allow the two tools to pass each other when closed.
Model No. 2200 featured a large cutting blade. The model was available with the option of a "hanger", but the model never came with a key ring.
Large cutting blade: 2.8 mm
On the 1-layer model No.2200, the large cutting blade rotated around the head rivet. The center and foot rivets fixed the back spring. The model no. 2200 consisted of a total of 7 components.
Victorinox used ribbed aluminum scales with a red anodized finish for the scale material. Victorinox produced the model in different colors for advertising purposes.
The No.2200 model had no liner and no spacers. The head and foot rivets were made of nickel silver, the center rivet of aluminum.
Trade names: Alox Solo, Pioneer Solo