Swiss Army Backpack
Victorinox swiss army backpack is a brand of knives founded in 1884 by Karl Elsener. In 2005, acquired its rival Victorinox, Wenger, to again become the only factory that supplies knives to the Swiss army. The company was founded in 1884 and delivered to the Swiss Army knives since 1891. Their famous emblem, a cross on a shield, has been used by Victorinox since 1909. That year, the mother of founder Karl Elsener died. Elsener decided to pay tribute to her mother and changed the company name to "Victoria". In 1921, with the introduction of the word "inox" (the French term used to refer to objects made of stainless steel) to their products, brand and company name became "Victorinox". On April 26, 2005, Victorinox acquired Wenger, the other company that provided officially the Swiss Army knife. Both brands have remained intact. The Swiss Army Knife (English language, "Swiss Army knife") is the most representative of Victorinox. Originally, it was the only knife officially supplied the Swiss army. Since 1908, the swiss army backpack started receiving Victorinox knives, in addition to Wenger. Both companies shared the contract, which stipulated that Victorinox could use the slogan "The Original Swiss Army Knife" while Wenger use "Genuine Swiss Army Knife". The Swiss Army Knives are also used outside the military. They are tools for everyday use and available in a wide variety of sizes and functional combinations. Even NASA astronauts have knives Victorinox-model 5044 - as part of standard equipment. The Swiss Army knives have also been taken to Mount Everest and the Arctic. The flagship model of Victorinox, the SwissChamp, is in the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. One of the ways that Victorinox has tried to adapt to the decreasing use of pocket knives in recent years is the introduction of multipurpose tools. Such is the case SwissCard (English, Card Switzerland) that was designed to hold tools while maintaining a similar size to a credit card. The SwissTools (Tools Swiss) is the own version of the Leatherman brand multi-tool. They consist of a folded pair of pliers with tools in their grips. Properly, this multitool is very similar to Leatherman, although this is not the original, which was created in France by Louis Yanfort. Over time was improved and Leatherman appropriated the idea, like Victorinox. The brand Swiss Army (Swiss Army) has also produced pocket watches and wristwatches, which can be recorded. They have created numerous lines such as Officers, Air Boss, Night Vision, Maverick II XLT Summit Alliance Etc. Air Boss are bought by drivers as Victorinox Swiss Army was inspired by airline pilots to create this online These watches can only be sold in shops which are authorized by Victorinox Swiss Army and each watch has a 3 year warranty. A variety of cookware is sold by Victorinox, but do not carry the Swiss Army logo printed on them. Additionally, Victorinox kitchen cutlery sold under the brand name Forschner. Although Forschner knives feature stamped blades instead of forged, tend to be preferred by consumers. Even the Cook's Illustrated magazine found that were good cookware. In recent years, Victorinox has come to the manufacture of luggage, backpacks, bags and purses, most of them made of ballistic nylon. . . .