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Out of the box, we gave each multi-tool a thorough once over, looking for general quality issues. How easy is the tool to fold and unfold? Are the various tools accessible and how fiddly is it to deploy them? Are the plier handles comfortable? In most cases, the blades and accessories lock in the open position, so we investigated the convenience and strength of the locks. One of the most important tells was the evenness of the resistance when unfolding the pliers. Our experience is that a sloppy, loose hinge out of the box is only going to get worse over time.The Knife Center is the best place to buy survival knives and gear. We love the outdoors, and we offer some of the best products for camping. We offer the best Brunton compasses and stoves, ProForce backpacks and sleeping bags, dozens of firestarters and saws and, of course, the world's greatest selection of camping and survival knives.If the Skeletool CX is not available, we recommend the regular Leatherman Skeletool. This tool is identical to the CX in most ways—same tool selection, same lightweight, streamlined body—and this alone makes it better than most tools we tested. Nonetheless, the CX has some slight advantages that are worth the premium. The most important is that the blade steel on the regular model is of lower quality, and the regular version’s blade edge is partially serrated. We also found that the CX has a better blade deployment and better opening and closing mechanisms on the pliers. A final difference is that there is some carbon fiber used in the body of the CX, but the two tools weigh the same.It also doesn’t have a saw, file, can opener, or any of the other tools found on most multi-tools. These tools don’t see a lot of action, we’ve found. If you’re after this kind of functionality, we also have recommendations for a larger multi-tool. Shop Benchmade Products Today. Free Shipping With $50 Purchase

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I’ve been reviewing tools and construction gear since 2007 and spent ten years in high-end residential construction, first as a carpenter, then as a foreman and site supervisor. I also researched and wrote Wirecutter’s guides to the best pocket knives and the best outdoor knives, which has given me a good sense of blade steels and potential quality issues surrounding knives.The regular Skeletool’s blade is made of 420HC steel, which is seen as an acceptable (but not great) steel among knife aficionados, and one that’s far inferior to the CX’s 154CM. Colligan compared these two steels side by side and found that the 154CM had two to three times the edge retention of the 420HC.© 1995-2020 by Howard Korn and KnifeCenter Inc. All rights reserved. 5201 Lad Land Dr, Fredericksburg, VA 22407 - 800.338.6799 (Phone Orders Welcome)

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We also tested the Goutoday Multitool Pliers, which usually costs under $20. After having tested them, that price even seems too high. The handles are difficult to open, the tools are hard to deploy and the plier pivot makes a slight grinding sound.After spending three weeks testing 19 multi-tools, we found that the best was clearly the Leatherman Skeletool CX. It has only the most essential items, a minimalist approach that places it among the slimmest, lightest, and easiest-to-carry multi-tools. The edge of the externally mounted knife lasts longer than a standard Leatherman blade, and the other tools—screwdrivers, pliers, and a bottle opener built into a carabiner clip—are all quick, capable, and convenient. Its asymmetrical handle design creates a curved grip that feels comfortable as the pliers, knife, or screwdriver. The tool lasts for years and is backed by a 25-year warranty—good thing, too, since it isn’t cheap.The gearing also has the benefit of opening and closing the tool in a symmetrical way. This means that with the handles nearly in the stowed position, the plier jaws are still accessible and can clamp an object, making them ideal for very tight locations.The Leatherman Squirt PS4 is a popular keychain model and competitor to the Gerber Dime. The Squirt has really nice scissors but no clamshell opener, which we thought was a useful addition to the Dime. Oddly, the keychain ring is right where the knife folds into the body, and we often closed the knife onto the ring. It usually costs about twice as much as the Dime, which was just as functional.

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  1. A multi-tool is as useful in the kitchen drawer as it is in the glove box, back pocket, or attached to a commuter’s bag or a hiking backpack, a good multi-tool saves you time and makes things easier. When you can quickly solve small problems without having to go and find any other tools—little issues like opening packages, removing splinters, or tightening a set of training wheels. Being able to do that and get on with things, we’d argue, adds to the overall quality of your life.
  2. The Leatherman Wave+ has long been the gold standard of full-size multi-tools, and for good reason. It’s a complete tool set, and combined with the high build quality and the 25-year warranty, that makes it a tough tool to beat. We’ve long admired this tool, but after our tests of the more user-friendly Free P2, the Wave+ now feels heavy and difficult to use. As for the tools, the Wave+ adds a saw and a second blade, neither of which are essential (in 15-plus years of multi-tool use, I don’t think I’ve ever used a saw even once). The fact is that between the two, we’d choose the Free P2 every time.
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  4. The Skeletool has an odd asymmetrical design, but it works well ergonomically. Opened up as a set of pliers, the handles look uneven, but their unusual curves fit our palms perfectly. Using the tool as a knife, we found the slight curves and swoops of the body shape to be easy and comfortable to grasp. This asymmetry also makes it easy to locate and deploy without even looking at the tool. Many multi-tools, like the Leatherman Wave+, have a perfectly symmetrical design that makes it impossible to know which tool you’re deploying even if you’re staring right at it. Grayson Parker, writing at BladeReviews, states that “the handle design is ergonomically impeccable, regardless of which tool is being used.”
  5. We dismissed a large number of tools prior to testing. Many of them had blades on the inside of the pliers. These models included the Leatherman Rebar, Leatherman Supertool, Gerber MP600, Gerber Diesel, SOG Crosscut 2.0, and SOG PowerLock.
  6. Unfortunately, Leatherman went with a combo blade for the Free P2, meaning it’s half serrated. We would have much preferred to skip the serrations, but given how successful the tool is in other ways, we’re willing to overlook this decision. Knife people can be quite particular about their blades, and we’re surprised there isn’t an option that offers only a straight blade.

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The blade on the Dime is tiny but functional. It had no problems repeatedly cutting the sisal baling twine. Unfortunately, it doesn’t lock; multi-tools this size rarely do. The clamshell cutter is another success. It capably opens retail packaging more safely than with a knife blade, a task that we’ve found is riskier than you might expect.Of all the multi-tools we tried, the Skeletool CX is the one we kept reaching for long after testing concluded. Its knife deploys and locks smoothly with one hand—without forcing you to first open up the pliers—and its high quality 154CM blade steel holds an edge longer than most multi-tool blades. Other multi-tools are so bulky they need to be carried in a belt sheath, but the lighter,1 slimmer Skeletool fits comfortably in a pocket. It can also clip onto a belt or backpack with either a pocket clip or a carabiner, which doubles as an easy-access bottle opener. The CX’s pliers unfold easily, have the precision to pull a small splinter, and are comfortable to hold, thanks to the asymmetric handle. Its two Phillips and two flathead screwdrivers capably handle the most common screws. It’s backed by a 25-year warranty, but it’s sturdily built and we’d be surprised if you needed to use it—other Leathermans we’ve owned and used for over a decade have held up perfectly. 5.0 RazorSafe™ Series Boning/Fillet Replacement Blades. 4.5 Flip n' Zip™ Saw. RazorPro™ Saw Combo. Flip n' Zip™ Saw Combo. SwingBlade™ Pak

You can open even the pliers one-handed. In the closed position, the handles stay held together with magnets, but once you break that connection—by slipping a thumb or a fingertip between the handles and separating them—the handles are loose, as on a balisong knife. With a quick turn of the wrist, they flip fully open into the pliers mode, where a quick gripping of the handles locks them into place. To close the handles, tap one of them against your thigh or side to override the detent, and they’re loose again. Another flip, and they close once more. It’s a successful system, and the Free P2 can go from fully closed to fully open in about two seconds. Once we got the hang of it—after only about a half hour of playing with it—all of the other multi-tools we’ve used started feeling clunky and tedious to open. The Free P2 is not only fast and easy to use—if you’re a compulsive fiddler, it’s also a dream come true. You might find yourself playing with it nonstop like we did.The carabiner clip does double duty as a bottle opener that works better than the openers you find on most multi-tools. It’s faster, because the clip is integrated into the end of the handle, so there is no need to deploy a tool or open up the pliers in order to get at the opener, like you have to do with nearly all other multi-tools. It may seem like a minor point, but it’s nice to grab a bottle and be able to open it on the spot, instead of having to set it down, deploy the bottle opener, open the bottle, set it back down, fold the opener back into the tool, and finally grab the bottle again and take a sip. It’s also easier to use than competitors’—most fold out of the tool, so they’re only the thickness of a knife blade, and they take more than one pry to get a bottle cap off. The CX’s opener is wider, at about an eighth of an inch, so it reliably gripped and popped caps off in a single motion. Gut Hook Hunting Knife Temporarily unavailable This knife eliminates the need for a separate gut hook tool and is exactly what you need for field dressing. The blade, available with a Double-D® or straight edge, is ideal for skinning. Includes leather sheath and lanyard The Gerber Suspension NXT has a nice collection of tools, but it feels bulky in the hand. The same can be said about the Gerber Truss. Both are sold for roughly half the price of the Skeletool CX. For such a long-term purchase, our preference is with those more refined tools.

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  2. It’s possible to pick the Skeletool CX apart for what it doesn’t have, namely scissors and a clamshell cutter. These are nice tools to have, but adding them would lose the sleek, lightweight form that makes the Skeletool so successful. The scissors are probably the biggest loss, but in most cases (like snipping a shirt thread), we got by with a knife.
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During testing, we’ve grown really fond of the Dime. It’s simply a cool little tool to have on hand, and it can get a lot done. It doesn’t replace the complete feeling of the Skeletool, but for under $20, it’s a satisfying bargain. Sculimbrene likes it too, writing in a review that the Dime is “probably the best keychain multitool on the market.”The Victorinox SwissTool Spirit X has a sleek look and a nice tool selection, but the tools deploy with small fingernail notches, which gets little fussy. Overall, it’s an excellent tool, but the blade cannot be deployed with one hand, a feature of the Skeletool and the Free P2 that we found essential.Leatherman also offers the Free P4, which includes the second blade and the saw, combining the overloaded functionality of the Wave+ with the ease of the Free P2. Again, we think these added tools aren’t worth the additional weight and bulk. Characteristics of outdoor knives and survival knives. Survival knives have various shapes. Fixed knives, folding knives, large or small. As a rule the blade is between 10 and 20 centimetres long. The upper side of the blade is usually flat so it can be hit on for chopping wood, for example. Handles must provide a good grip on the knife

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Essential tools: Our philosophy is that a multi-tool should have as few tools as possible, which makes a lighter tool that is more apt to be carried around. After considering our own experiences and getting the input of Sculimbrene, we think the essentials, beyond pliers, are a straight-edged knife, a bottle opener, and two screwdrivers (Phillips and flathead). Beyond these must-haves are a few tools that are useful but not essential: scissors, a carabiner clip (for a quick and secure storage option), and a clamshell opener. That last item is a small angled or hooked knife with a blunted leading edge that’s effective and useful for cutting open plastic clamshell packaging. Sculimbrene writes that “clam shells are everywhere and sometimes a knife blade isn't ideal. It can poke the contents inside, damaging them, or worse slip out one of the sides and [injure] your hand.” (We’ve had a few close calls this way.)The Skeletool CX offers only the most essential tools and nothing else. Sculimbrene wrote in a multi-tool run down at GearJunkie that after seven years of carrying the Skeletool, “Never once did I wish it had more implements.” Our experience has been the same. In months of use, there hasn’t been a single time when the Skeletool wasn’t enough. In a review, Peter Colligan of Cedric & Ada says it “really is one of the best EDC things you can get.”The SOG PowerAssist is a giant. It has SOG’s geared pliers and a solid selection of tools (but no scissors). The blade has an assisted open, which we didn’t care for, and a difficult lock that isn’t easy to use with just one hand.Surprisingly capable for such a small and inexpensive package, the Dime’s pliers, bottle opener, and handy clamshell packaging opener are quite satisfying.

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The regular Skeletool costs roughly $20 to $30 less than the CX. While the lower price for almost the same tool is appealing, we’d much rather have the CX. A good multi-tool is a companion for decades, and over time, the better steel, nicer edge, and smoother mechanics offset the price difference. Mossy Oak Survival Knife, 15-inch Fixed Blade Hunting Bowie Knife with Sharpener and Fire Starter, for Camping, Tactical, Outdoor 4.6 out of 5 stars 561 $29.99 $ 29 . 9 Shop Case knives ready for any and every outdoor adventure. From the Trapper to Sod Buster, Skinners, folding knives, and more, we have the right knife for your needs. Choose from a wide variety of materials and colors In addition to my own experience, I corresponded with Tony Sculimbrene, who reviews knives and EDC gear for GearJunkie, AllOutdoor.com and his own site, Everyday Commentary, which he’s been running since 2011. On matters of blade retention and performance, I referenced the comprehensive blade edge testing data published by Peter Colligan of the Cedric & Ada knife-reviewing Youtube channel. Wahoo Killer Multi-Purpose Bushcraft Knives 5-Pack - Stainless Steel Blade, Overlaid Rubber Handle, ABS Sheath - Length 8 1/2”

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  2. Externally mounted knife: As Sculimbrene puts it, “Knives must be externally-mounted or the design is a failure, as they are the most often used tool.” The “externally mounted” term means you can immediately deploy the blade without first having to unfold the plier handles, which on most models is a two-handed (and sometimes awkward) process. One-handed is far better, since what you want to cut is often already in your other hand.
  3. Aesthetically, we find the design of the Skeletool CX a bit mesmerizing. Not only is it asymmetrical along the centerline of the pliers, but from front to back as well. To reduce weight, the metal body has holes in it (called skeletonizing, thus the name of the tool), giving it a unique, very interesting look. There were times during testing when we found ourselves just staring at how it all fits together, like trying to figure out a puzzle. We agree with Sculimbrene’s writing that the CX is a “perfect example of a good, coherent, and unified purpose that influenced each and every design decision.”
  4. A carabiner in the other handle, along with a pocket clip, give multiple options for carrying the Skeletool CX: The carabiner can clip to a belt loop, as a review by Colligan explains, or attach to a backpack (or even hang it from a nail in the workshop). The pocket clip has a nice spring to it and always worked as expected. We were satisfied with the pocket clip for daily carry, but during projects, it was convenient to use the carabiner like Colligan instead of putting the CX back in our pocket or setting it down.
  5. The Ganzo G302-b has a nice feel to it and the blades easily open with one hand, but the handle is especially bulky. We believe the larger investment for the Skeletool or the Free P2 is worth it, but even with a $40 budget, we’d opt for the Leatherman Rev instead.
  6. ent manufacturers see it the same way: Gerber and SOG both have lifetime warranties and the Leatherman warranty lasts 25 years. So with that in

All weight listings in this guide are based on our own measurements, which often varied from the manufacturer specs by a fraction of an ounce.The blade deployment on the CX is among the best of any multi-tool. It doesn’t pop or flick out like a well-made pocket knife, but it’s easy for a thumb to gain purchase and open it one-handed with a nice even resistance. Most multi-tools require two hands, and even the one-handed designs aren’t as easy as the Skeletool CX (with one exception—the Leatherman Free P2).This tool stands out for its strong, geared pliers and its ability to accept standard 1-inch screwdriver bits, but it’s bulky and lacks the precision of Leatherman’s tools. Camillus Reverb Folding Knife, 3 / 7.6 cm Carbonitride Titanium AUS-8 Blade, GFN Handle, Black, 6.75 / 17.2 cm. Eligible for FREE UK Delivery. Show only Camillus items. 4.4 out of 5 stars 18. Nite Ize Lightweight Cam Jam Outdoor Cord Tightener available in Black - Size 2.58 X 1.38 X 0.6 Inches. Eligible for FREE UK Delivery

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Both Sculimbrene in his review and Grayson Parker at BladeReviews note that the plier tips are very blunt. They’re definitely fatter than most, but had we not read these reviews, it wouldn’t have occurred to us that there is anything wrong with them. The jaw tips meet evenly and precisely, and we’ve had no trouble pulling splinters with them. Outdoor Edge Hunting Knives and Tools. For outdoor situations, you need a tough, well-crafted knife. Outdoor Edge hunting knives and tools offer a wide variety designed to make your nature excursions easier. Plus, the line of Outdoor Edge accessories can help you to keep your tools in good shape for the long haul

Bushmaster Maroon Carbon Steel Utility Knife - 1065 Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Handle, ABS Self-Draining Sheath We researched close to 100 multi-tools, deciding on 19 to test. We chose a variety of models from the three major manufacturers of pliers-based multi-tools; Leatherman, SOG, and Gerber. In addition, we looked at other well-reviewed models from Victorinox, DeWalt, and Ganzo. We also tested a fairly generic multi-tool in the under-$20 range to see what it offered (spoiler alert: not much). Two of the models we looked at are smaller keychain-sized multi-tools.We like that the blade on the CX has a straight edge, not the partially serrated kind you see on the regular Skeletool or the Free P2. Serrations make a rougher cut and they’re much more difficult to sharpen. Sculimbrene writes at his site, “I do not like serrations. I don’t do enough rope cutting tasks to make the serrations worth the sharpening hassle they cause.” While researching for our pocket knife guide, Dan Policastro of BladeReviews, a prominent review site told us, “If you maintain your plain edge knife you will never miss having serrations.” In our own testing, we cut plenty of sisal baling twine and the plain-edge blades worked just as well as the serrated ones.As nice as it is, the Free P2 is not perfect. As we said, deploying individual tools needs a little practice. The Free P2 also does not have replaceable driver tips, as the Skeletool does; it has a Philips head and a number of flathead sizes, though. Replaceable bits are nice, and on the Skeletool they act as a space-saving device, but on the larger Free P2, this is less of an issue. Most people won’t need anything beyond the provided Philips and flathead tools, so we don’t think it’s worth getting too worked up over.

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The knife’s 154CM steel is a premium blade steel that keeps an edge longer than the 420HC that Leatherman uses on other tools like the Free P2 and the regular Skeletool. Colligan, who has performed extensive blade steel edge retention testing, has a video directly comparing Leatherman’s two steels. In his test, he is able to make 150 cuts through thick twisted sisal rope with the 154CM blade before it stops being able to cut paper. With the same test, he gets only 60 cuts with the 420HC blade. In a review of the Skeletool CX, he says, “you really do notice the extra edge retention...it goes for a lot longer than my other Leatherman knives do.”Carrying a multi-tool opens up an entire world of problem solving and empowerment. It’s like keeping a flashlight in your pocket: If you don’t carry one, you can’t imagine ever using it, but once you have it, you use it seven times a day. We spent three weeks fixing fences and cutting hay bale twine in rural New Hampshire with 19 multi-tools, and the Leatherman Skeletool CX was the best tool for most jobs. Its minimal lineup of well-executed essentials and sleek, lightweight design is easier to use and carry because it’s unburdened by an abundance of rarely used tools. In fact, the Skeletool’s pliers, knife, screwdrivers, and bottle opener were all we ever needed to deal with minor fixes and get on with our day.

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Just received this knife and I couldn't be happier, the sheath is quality leather and a good fit, the blade is extremely sharp so sharp I was able to shave my arm with it. I really recommend this knifeClosed dimensions: 4½ by 1 7/16 by 13/16 inchesWeight: 8.8 ouncesBlade length: 2 13/16 inchesTools included: ¼-inch driver, awl, knife serrated knife, bottle opener, can opener, chisel, three sided file, small flat screwdriver, medium flat screwdriver, pliers, needle-nose pliers, ¼-inch bit driver, precision screwdriver, protractor, ruler, wire cutters, hard wire cutters, sawThis Skeletool has the same great design as the CX, but the blade steel isn’t as good, the pivots aren’t as smooth, and the knife is partially serrated, making it harder to sharpen.Those extra tools add weight, but during our testing, the Free P2 never felt unwieldy or overly bulky. It weighs 7.6 ounces, over 2½ ounces more than the Skeletool (but still less than many other full-size multi-tools). It has a nice balance, and the slightly beveled handles add to the overall sleek feel.The Skeletool’s screwdriver differs from most multi-tools. Instead of individual screwdrivers, the CX uses a bit holder at the end of one handle. It comes with two double-sided bits, one Philips and one flat. The bit you’re using locks in place with a small lever release, while the other stores in the handle under a slightly tensioned piece of the frame. We’re doubtful either one would fall out. If you need more selection, Leatherman sells complete bit sets compatible with the CX.

Mossy Oak Survival Knife, 15-inch Fixed Blade Hunting Bowie Knife with Sharpener and Fire Starter, for Camping, Tactical, Outdoor. Top rated See more. Spring Assisted Knife - Pocket Folding Knife - Military Style - Boy Scouts Knife - Tactical Knife - Good for Camping Hunting Survival Indoor and Outdoor Activities Mens Gift 6681 Outdoor knives are built to accompany you on the trail and into the un-charted. When it's you vs. Mother Nature, better have a CRKT outdoor knife in your corner The Free P2 has a very nice tool selection. Although we prefer the stripped-down nature of the Skeletool, the Free P2 does add scissors and a package opener, which we found routinely useful day to day. It also includes a can opener, an awl, a file, a little scraper, and a couple of smaller flathead screwdrivers—we needed these much less often, but from time to time, such as on a camping trip, some of them did come in handy.

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Closed dimensions: 2¾ by 13/16 by ½ inchesWeight: 2.3 ouncesBlade length: 1⅜ inchesTools included: Needle-nose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutter, tweezers, bottle opener, knife, clamshell opener, scissors, flat screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, coarse and fine file, lanyard ring The Cold Steel Pendleton Hunter is a nice knife for taking care of all the camp chores. It's a sharp, high-quality butchering knife., plus it carves wood well enough. It's also light weight and handles very easily. The knife only weighs 5.8 ounces, yet it has a 3½-inch blade made of VG-1 stainless steel. The 4¾-inch-long Kray-Ex handle is non.

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Both knives came out of the package sharp, and ready to go. Rather hefty folding knife though, even so, I am extremely satisfied with my purchase.I love the knife. Only issue is mine had a burr and wasn't sharp. However wasn't too bad to sharpen and has held the edge. Well worth the money.This light and slim multi-tool focuses on well-executed essentials—like precise, comfortable pliers—and has no filler. It’s easy to carry daily and built to last.After a new round of testing, the Leatherman Free P2 has replaced the Wave+ because of its superior user-friendliness and versatility. We still stand by our other picks.

The cost of the Free P2 could be called a flaw. Typically running about $120, this model sits firmly in the top tier of multi-tool pricing. But this is a lifetime tool with a 25-year warranty behind it, and it’s likely to withstand years and years of daily use and abuse. Given everything that this tool offers, especially the fast and convenient usability, it’s still a strong value, and it carries a price that we think is appropriate for what it gives you. Product Title Gerber Paraframe Mini Knife, Fine Edge, Stainless Steel [22-48485] Average rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 59 reviews 59 ratings Current Price $9.52 $ 9 . 52 List Price $25.13 $ 25 . 1 The Ability to Dig. Digging holes is a necessary function in an outdoor environment, and your knife can come in handy with this use. Holes may need to be dug in the ground for creating a pit for a fire, to dispose of various waste products and even to dig a huge SOS signal in the ground We were impressed with the precision of the pliers. The tweezers are really low quality and have very little spring to them, but because the pliers are so successful, it doesn’t really matter. Anytime we would have used tweezers, the pliers worked just as well.According to SOG, their geared jaws double the force of the pliers. This makes it easier to grab and twist a stuck bolt than with other multi-tools. It also increases the power of the wire cutters quite a bit, but we found that the actual cutting jaws can’t quite keep up with this added strength—on thick-gauge sheep fencing, the tool did make the cuts, but the jaws got slightly dented. Also, with the force needed to make those cuts, the boxy multi-tool handles became uncomfortable very fast, and they’re not going to replace a nice set of wire cutters or a pair of needle-nose pliers for daily hard use.

The SOG PowerPint is a little hard to classify. It’s larger than a keychain tool, but way smaller than a full-size tool. It looks like a half-scale model of a full-size SOG. It has a pocket clip and a nice selection of tools, but they’re difficult to deploy individually and tedious to release.This is a sweet little knife. I wasn't expecting much, but wow! The blade is very sharp and the handle is more beautiful in than I expected it to be. Ridge Runner never lets me down. Love this knife. Love this company. Thanks BudK! The Free P2 has a larger tool selection than the Skeletool, including scissors and a package opener, but the biggest difference is that all of the tools, including the pliers, can be deployed one-handed. Outdoor Knives. When you spend your work or off-duty time outside, having a good knife in your pocket or by your side ensures you'll be ready for any unexpected task. In fact, a knife is the most essential tool that you can take with you, and our outdoor knives come in a variety of styles, sizes and blades to fit your every need

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  1. Gerber’s CenterDrive puts the screwdriver tip in line with the centerline of the tool, with the idea that it’s easier to rotate in the hand. It’s good in theory, but the handle is so bulky that we really didn’t feel any benefits to the design. We like the one-handed deployment of the pliers, but the tool is very large and there is a lot of play in the handles when they are in the closed position. It was also the heaviest tool we tested.
  2. The Leatherman CX is an investment. At around $80, it’s not the most expensive multi-tool we looked at, but it’s up there. We see the purchase of the CX as a long-term one. The tool is backed by a 25-year warranty and we think the cost is justified, given the amount that you’ll likely be relying on the tool, especially if you carry it every day, which is what it’s designed for. Colligan, in his review—after having used the Skeletool for four years—refers to it as “pretty much a tool for life.”
  3. Closed dimensions: 4⅛ by 1¼ by ½ inchesWeight: 5.2 ouncesBlade length: 2⅝ inchesTools included: Needle-nose pliers, regular pliers, hard wire cutters, wire cutters, bottle opener, Phillips screwdriver (2), flat screwdriver (2), carabiner clip
  4. Our outdoor knives are made for users who want the very best, and who know that quality is the very best for forays into the forest. Whether you're looking for a scout knife for woodcarving with the kids, a fishing knife for your catch, or a bushcraft knife for your survival adventure, we have a model just for you. We've had the privilege of working with world-leading ambassadors in their.
  5. Our biggest concern with the Free P2 is that it’s an entirely new design for Leatherman, so it lacks a long, proven history of durability and success. Given the company’s apparent dedication to high-quality tools and our experience so far with this one, we’re confident in taking that leap of faith.
  6. All of the PowerAccess Deluxe’s tools can be accessed with the handles in the closed position, but the fingernail catches are closely aligned, so at times it was difficult to pull out only the one we wanted. The PowerAccess is about ¼ inch longer than the Free P2 and weighs a whisker more, so it’s even less likely to live comfortably in a pants pocket. It comes with a belt sheath, the 12 bits, and the socket adapter.
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Trailblazer Multi-Function Survival Utensil - Stainless Steel And ABS Construction, Whistle, Spork, Bottle Opener, Knife Blade, Fish Scaler, Lashing Holes - 6 1/4” If this issue persists, please call Cabela’s Cusomer Service at 1-800-237-4444 and provide the following CAB Support ID:If the Skeletool CX is not available, we also like the regular Leatherman Skeletool. It has the same design as the CX, so it’s lightweight, easy to carry, and contains only the most important tools. The downside is that the blade steel is lower quality and the edge is partially serrated, making it more difficult to sharpen. We also found that the pivot points are tighter, so it’s harder to open and close. It costs less than the CX, but over time we think the benefits of the better tool will be worth it. Outdoor Edge Hybrid Hook Fixed Blade Knife. Average rating: out of 5 stars, based on reviews. Go to previous slide, 0 of 2. Go to next slide, 2 of 2. Carousel Page 1 of 2 active. Carousel Page 2 of 2. Outdoor Edge Fishing Gloves & Accessories. Skip to end of links. Caper Lite Lockback. Average rating: out of 5 stars, based on reviews

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  2. The Gerber Dime is smaller than a Bic lighter, yet capable and satisfying to use. Designed to attach to a keyring, it contains a great selection of useful tools, including scissors, pliers, a bottle opener, a knife, two screwdrivers and a clamshell cutter (for safely slicing open retail packaging). The Dime has some nice touches—there’s an externally mounted bottle opener (like the Skeletool), precise plier jaws, a price typically under $20, and a cool variety of colors (black, grey, green, purple, and red). But the knife blade doesn’t lock, as is typical of tools its size, and its pliers make better tweezers than the actual tweezers it includes.
  3. Knives & Tools. Knives and tools are an important accessory for any outdoorsman. Cabela's carries folding knives, fixed-blade knives, tactical knives, multitools, saws, axes, machetes, shears, butchering knives and tools, fillet knives and fish processing tools, in-field care tools, kitchen cutlery, knife sharpeners, collector's knives and shovels
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  5. Sculimbrene told us that there are three ways of looking at multi-tools: “Is it a step saver in the shop or around the house; is it a portable tool box for a bag, car, or adventure; or is it an EDC thing for general utility tasks?” We wanted a recommendation that would satisfy all three, requiring a delicate balance of weight, features, and size, and a focus on these details:
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To access the tools, you press a small tab just beyond the pivot point to pop a tool out of the handle. It’s not a perfect system—we usually ended up popping up two or three tools and then pushing the unneeded ones back down—but once we got used to it, the convenience far outweighed any downsides. The knife and scissors flip out like the blade of a pocket knife. The knife deployment is not as smooth as the Skeletool CX’s, but it works fine. We carry a wide variety of fixed blade knives which are designed for camping and survival. From machetes for clearing brush to the multi-talented survival knives, we've got what you need. Gerber 31-000751 Bear Grylls Survival Knife 4.8 Combo Blade, Rub Ontario 499 Air Force Survival Knife 5 Sawback Blade with False The Free P2 has received a lot of positive reviews. Stuart Deutsch of ToolGuyd likes the redesigned magnet-based architecture and writes that the Free P2 “really is amazing to open and close.” He adds that the tool “feels like perfectly broken in, from Day 1” and that it is “smooth and comfortable to use, both in terms of the actual motions of deploying and closing the tools, and in its use.”

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Timber Wolf Oryx Hunter Knife With Sheath - Damascus Steel Blade, Almond Wood And Bone Handle, Brass Pins - Length 8 1/2” For a larger multi-tool but one that is extremely easy to use, we recommend the Leatherman Free P2. The Free P2, released in 2019, is an entirely new design for Leatherman; with the handles closed, you can access and open all of the tools with a single hand, which is unique in the world of multi-tools. You can even deploy the pliers one-handed, with just a flip of the wrist. After we tested the Free P2 for several weeks, other full-size multi-tools, such as the classic Wave+, started to feel clunky and laborious to open. The Free P2 is over 2½ ounces heavier than the Skeletool, but it has a slender, streamlined design and comes with a pocket clip. Although it has more weight to it, we never found it unwieldy or awkward to carry. INCLUDES: 8 Professional Chef Knife - 4 Steak Knives - Digital Thermometer - Recipe Book. Special Double Offer. Just Pay Separate Fee for Complete 2nd Set. Free Shippin Not much filler: We wanted to avoid multi-tools with loads of seldom-used tools. Saws, files, can openers, and awls are all common, yet we don’t feel they’re critical for day-to-day use. Serrated blades are often common, but they’re difficult to sharpen and don’t make a clean cut. These extras usually only add weight and bulk to the tool, but they do have their purpose, so if you know you need them, we have a recommendation for a full-featured multi-tool.Even during a more advanced home project, a multi-tool can save multiple trips to the basement for additional items. Say, you start painting a room and part way through realize that you need a small flathead screwdriver to remove an outlet cover. Or maybe you’re already up the ladder swapping out the batteries in the smoke alarm and see that one of the holding screws needs a little tighten. A well-equipped multi-tool has the implements to solve thousands of problems on the spot.

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  1. For its size, the Dime is quite capable. Along with the pliers/wire cutter combo, it has a knife, a clamshell cutter, Phillips and flathead screwdrivers, scissors, tweezers, a file, and a bottle opener. Like the Skeletool, the bottle opener is designed into the end of a plier handle, so it can be used without opening up the tool or having to fiddle with a fingernail notch. Putting the opener here has other benefits; it elongates one of the handles in plier mode and acts as a nice little area for our fingers to gain purchase as we opened the tool to get at the pliers.
  2. For a full-featured multi-tool that is extremely easy to use and has a wider selection than the Skeletool—including scissors, a clamshell opener, a saw, and a serrated knife—we recommend the Leatherman Free P2. The Free P2 is part of a new line of multi-tools released in early 2019, and they’re all based on a new magnetic architecture that allows you to deploy all of the tools, including the pliers, one-handed.
  3. We carried the more successful multi-tools around over the course of three weeks, using them for everything we could. They stayed busy: In just the past three days, we’ve used multi-tool pliers to make an old storm window fit its track (and clean out the gunk in the track with the plier jaws), rescue a bicycle tire valve, pull apart a few stuck Legos, pick up a filthy fish tank filter (didn’t really want to touch that), straighten the wick on a candle, remove two splinters, unscrew a broken lightbulb from a lamp (with it unplugged, of course), and hold a thermometer in a hot pot of milk while making yogurt. This testing was done in rural New Hampshire, so the tools also came in handy repairing some fencing and cutting the twine on bale after bale after bale of hay.
  4. The Gerber Crucial has the same stripped-down tool selection as the Skeletool CX, including the carabiner/bottle opener combo, but its plier pivot is so loose the handles just flop around. It usually sells for around $30, so we don’t expect it to equal the Skeletool, but aside from the stripped-down tool selection, there’s nothing else about the tool that causes it to stand out.
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