This model is very thin, as it is only the width of a single tool layer, having two tools on opposite sides of the knife. The scales are thinner than normal, because they do not contain the tweezers and toothpick, allowing them to be solid and extra thin.
It was also available with various scale options - See below.
Solid Cellidor scales, in red and a few other colors. Also available with other scales types - See images
- Vintage model number (620) with an exposed rivet construction and older cross-cut nail file, and no keyring. At the time it was manufactured, this model only had a number and no official name
- Other scale types - See images
Whilst not an official name, these old models have the same tool configuration, but with the unusual dogbone scales.
First introduced around 1980, it is not currently manufactured. The date it was discontinued is unknown.
- Length: 58mm
- Width: 7.15mm
- Weight: 15.7g
- 0.6101: Red Cellidor scales, with a keyring