The SportRatchet has four "blades". First is a large serrated main knife blade. Next to this is a extended length cap lifter. Opening in the opposite direction from these is the Ratchet. A relatively large, blocky tool, the ratchet allows for bits to be inserted and a switch on the ratchet allows it to turn only clockwise, only counter-clockwise, or not turn at all. This allows for the user to quickly tighten or loosen screws. This ratchet blade locks into place with a liner lock. The fourth 'blade' is a small black plastic bit holder along the same axis as the knife blade. This allows the SportRatchet to carry two bits internally. One in the holder, the other in the ratchet. The tool comes with a double headed hex bit and a double headed Phillips bit.
The SportRatchet draws back to it's Swiss Army Knife roots with a toothpick, tweezers, and keyring found on the tool.
The SportRatchet comes with Nylon red scales. Rather than the Victorinox Logo, the full word, along with the name of the tool in smaller letters, is printed on the side.
There are no variations of the SportRatchet.
The SportRatchet was made for only a brief period in the 1990s. It was generally considered a flop and was quickly discontinued.
According to Victorinox this tool was released around 2000 and there were 25,000 produced and were only sold in the American market. Production was stopped in about a year due to disappointing sales.
There are no knives really related to the SportRatchet. It's 110mm frame is unlike any other tool produced by Victorinox. It is a very unique item.