Here is the list, in no particular order, of the Victorinox Classic SD Swiss Army Knife. We start the list with one of the most emblematic knives in the world. It's hard to say that a knife collection is complete without a solid automatic model that leads us to our next entry, the SOG-TAC AU of the Study and Observations Group. Designed from the ground up as a high-performance automatic press brake designed for everyday use and self-defense applications, the SOG-TAC AU is designed around a textured aluminum handle that incorporates the brand's XR lock into its opening mechanism, allowing its sturdy 3.43 blade so much that it is composed of D2 Steel from cryogenically heat treated tool grade that unfolds with a finger at the touch of a button.
The small Swiss Army Classic SD has won the hearts of millions, as did the Volkswagen Beetle. It's small, affordable, and much more practical than you think. The Buck 110 folding hunter is the knife that Buck used to introduce the locking padlock to the world. This knife is also called the most copied pocket knife in the world.
After all, since its introduction in the early sixties, hundreds of different copies were introduced. This only emphasizes what the Buck 110 has meant to the knife world. With its polished reinforcements and distinctive clip-tip blade, everyone will recognize this pocket knife. It's still a wonderful example of a product produced in the United States at an incredible price.
In addition to the fact that the knife is immensely sharp and would certainly be of some use to a chef somewhere in the kitchen, the knife blade is made of carbon steel and the handle is made of sterling silver in which 8 diamonds are placed.