I have a Victorinox Special Edition 2012, but it is the same knife as this. There happen to be found in the special version is a unique number behind vinskruven, a red prydnadsrem and a small booklet describing the history behind the Spartan and Victorinox.
This pocket knife has the most important features in a flexible and skilled format. Sax, "seaweed", saw, file is just unnecessary when you rarely use them (because they can not be designed in a sensible way in this format) and they make the knife more bulky (and more costly).
I have used several pocket knives by Victorinox, have all been of the same high quality. Even those who have tens of years old has worked great. However, notice that the tools move slower in and out of the knife in the older specimens. This can probably be countered by holding the knife clean and even oiling it fairly regularly.