For sale is an HMH Spartan Vise. The HMH vise was designed by Bill Hunter in 1975 and made by API. In 1980, API bought HMH. API drew up the plans for a new version of the HMH. It was a scaled-down model of the HMH Standard that was essentially a 2/3 replica. They named this vise Spartan which was built between 1981 and 2000. In the early 2000s, HMH was purchased from API and the Spartan's size was increased to this larger Spartan model.
The Spartan which proceeds this version had a one-piece jaw. This version has a multiple piece interchangeable jaw. Hex wrench and extra jaw included.
From HMH. "The adjustable head allows you to tilt it up at an angle to tye traditionally with full-rotary action, or rotate the head to the horizontal position to tye 360-degree TRUE-ROTARY style. Ultra-smooth rotating head with rotary tension adjustment. Brushed stainless-steel chassis. Double material spring clip. Quick change, hardened tool steel. Stainless-steel chassis. Double material spring clip. Quick change, hardened tool steel.