Victorinox manufactured model no. 2213 from the 1960s. It was a model No.2212 with an extra saw. Originally, the No.2213 model had brass liners and spacers. Later, the intermediate layer was made of German silver, and even later both intermediate layers and spacers were made of German silver. In addition to the blade stamps, these differences are decisive for the chronological classification of the pocket knives.
Model No.2213 had a large cutting blade, a screwdriver and a cable blade, as well as an awl and a saw. This model did not come with a shackle/key ring.
Large cutting blade: 2.8 mm; Awl: 1.8 mm; Cable Blade: 1.8mm; Screwdriver: 2.25mm; Saw: 1.8mm
The bottom and top layers of model No.2213 are identical to those of model No.2212. In between is a middle layer with the saw. This moves together with the large cutting blade and the cable blade around the head rivet, the other 2 tools around the foot rivet.
Victorinox used silver aluminum as the scale material.
The intermediate layers and board consisted of brass, later of nickel silver; the head and foot rivets are made of nickel silver, the center rivet is made of aluminium.
Trade names: Electrician Plus