SOG PowerAssist Multi-Tool
"Or two knives and 11 other tools to be specific. The SOG PowerAssist Multitool is a beast. Let's begin with the fact that one model of the PowerAssist comes with a C4 punch. Now let's think about this for a second: what type of person needs a C4 punch and more importantly what do they expect of their multitool? They expect to be awesome and in fact that's a fine word to describe the SOG PowerAssist Multitool. Just about every multitool begins with a pair of pliers and integrated wire cutters. The SOG stands out here with their patented Compound Leverage design and the strength of their stainless. As a test, we took a titanium spork and used the cutters to slice through the handle. Not a scratch on the cutters but wow did it make short work of the titanium! The blades on the SOG pop free using the PowerAssist technology built into the tool. Just unlock a blade and flick it with your thumb and the tool takes over. On the other side, you have a standard rack of various tools. However, unlike most multitools each individual component locks into place on the SOG giving you a steady and sturdy tool to work with. This model does not include the aforementioned C4 punch but it does include a host of other amazing tools. And if you really want that punch, the SOG PowerAssist is fully upgradable through the simple-yet-sturdy hex-bolt construction. Includes the following tools: Pliers Wire Cutters Blasting Cap Crimper (also good for general crimping) Straight Knife Blade Serrated Knife Blade Three-sided File Phillips Screwdriver Can Opener/Small Screwdriver Bottle Opener/Medium Screwdriver V-Cutter (useful for stripping wires, cutting seatbelts or cords) Ruler (built into the handles) Additional Product Specifications Stainless Steel Multitool with Black Oxide Finish Hex-bolt construction for easy maintenance and upgrades Closed: 4.675"" Open: 7.125"" Weight: 9.3 oz. Model: B66N-CP Includes heavy duty nylon sheath"
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