The history of model No.2202 is similar to that of model No.2201. Both pocket knives were mechanic's knives with a cable blade. With model no. 2202, this blade was supplemented with a large cutting blade.
This model appears for the first time in the 1969 catalogue. Like model no. 2201, it was probably produced in small numbers. Production continues to this day.
The special cable blade is used both for a straight cut and for stripping cables.
Model No.2202 had a large cutting blade as well as a cable blade. There was no model with a shackle/key ring.
Large cutting blade: 2.8 mm; Cable blade: 1.8 mm
Model No.2202 was a 1-layer pocket knife. The large cutting blade moved around the head rivet, the cable blade around the foot rivet, which at the same time fixed the intermediate layer.
Victorinox used silver aluminum scales for model no. 2202 as the scale material.
There were no spacers for the No.2202 model. The intermediate layer consisted of brass, later of nickel silver. The head and foot rivets were made of nickel silver, the center rivet of aluminum.
Trade names: Pioneer apprentice