Most of their SAKs were standard models, usually branded as HOFFRITZ in some way. The earlier'Standard' model was the predecessor to the Spartan and its name was a reflection of its early military heritage.
It is almost identical to the Spartan, but with solid scales, that did not contain the tweezers or toothpick tools, and also usually did not include the keyring. A direct descendant of the historic Victorinox Officer's Knife, having essentially the same toolset as the original knife, but the modern versions of the tools. Corkscrew - 5 turn grooved.