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Information about Tool Logic SL Pliers Multi-Tool - Combo Edge

Specs about Tool Logic SL Pliers Multi-Tool - Combo Edge

  • Knife style: Folding
  • Blade shape: Hawkbill
  • Edge type: Partially serrated
  • Blade length: 3"
  • Closed length: 4"
  • Open length: 7"
  • Number of blades: 1
  • Lock type: Frame Lock
  • Blade steel: Stainless steel
  • Handle material: Steel
  • Weight: 4.6 oz.
  • Made in China
  • Please read our policy on ordering knives
  • Cannot ship to New York State.
  • US shipments only

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Reviewed by TK from McKinney, Tx on Monday, March 25, 2013
Interesting concept...put one in all of my hunting bags. Very sharp and rigid for those spontaneous situations.

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  • Reviewed by Ken from Southern California on Friday, March 29, 2013
    The thing I like best about this multi-tool is that it just looks like a normal folding knife. The blade is just as good as most knives that I have seen the the handle is not awkward like they can be with other multi-tools. Pliers are a must too!
  • Reviewed by TK from McKinney, Tx on Monday, March 25, 2013
    Interesting concept...put one in all of my hunting bags. Very sharp and rigid for those spontaneous situations.

  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kenmt from Montana on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
    The reason I returned this product was because of the poor quality of the placement of screw driver bits. The material was satisfactory, but the placement of the bits left a lot to be desired. One bit was secured in the handle and was fine, even though difficult to get out. The other bit was inserted into the end of the handle and was secured by a small dimple on the bit. Through use of the blade or pliers, this bit was very apt to come loose and fall out of the handle. Therefore, the one bit would have to be carried separately. It was even in the way as it stuck out from the end of the handle. The other bit was very secure in the handle.

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