Customer Reviews Of:
Tool Logic SL Plier Multitool - Partially Serrated Blade

Closeouts. Tool Logic's SL Plier multitool tackles most obstacles with the smooth, sleek look of a tactical knife but the benefit and utility of a built-in set of pliers and screwdrivers.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Shin from Las Vegas on Wednesday, July 19, 2017
    This knife is one of my most useful pocket knife.
    It carries all I need....Knife, Pliers, and screwdrivers. I don't need any small saw, bottle opener etc... It's just extra weight.
    The knife is sharper than I had expected. Those serrated edge cuts anything.
    The plier is not big, but big enough to hold small thing. It also can cut wires.
    Screwdriver can switch plus & minus. Somehow, it comes extra piece that is exactly same size as others. I wish they put different size or different shape (like hex or star), it could be more useful.
    It comes with belt clip, easy to keep it in my back pocket. It's super easy that I just grip the blade and flip the handle part to open the blade in one sec.
  • Reviewed by Practical EDC from Lyons, CO on Wednesday, October 24, 2012
    This is a heavy, cheaply-made multi-tool that is a compromise in nearly every one of its functions. The blade is very sharp out of the box, but the serrated, chisel-cut profile will be more challenging to maintain that a good, plain blade.

    The plastic cover on one side of the tool is so flimsy that it can be easily peeled back with my thumb.

    The pliers are very small and weak. They couldn't be effectively used in the same way a Leatherman or similar multi-tool could perform.

    The screw driver bits are too small for most purposes, yet too large for precise jobs like eyeglasses or electronics. They're practically worthless.

    Since I was able to get this on sale from STP for less than $15, I'm not likely to return them (since return-shipping is something like half that cost!) so these will find a home in my glove box as a backup tool.
    • Best Uses: Backup tool
    • Cons: Feeble Pliers, Poorly made, Worthless Screwdrivers
    • Pros: Inexpensive, Solid Frame Lock, Very sharp
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by ed from chestertown,md on Sunday, October 14, 2012
    simple to use
  • Reviewed by Dave from Colorado on Monday, October 8, 2012
    This knife was a bit of a disappointment. The build quality is poor, though the knife is quite sharp. The pliers are rather small and provide minimal realistic utility except for the smallest of jobs. The weight makes it a poor EDC choice. This will find a home in the back of my tool box or glove compartment to be used when nothing better is available.
    • Best Uses: Back-up tool
    • Cons: Chinese Build Quality, Heavy, Poor Quality Bits, Wimpy Pliers
    • Pros: Inexpensive, Multi-function, Sharp out of the box
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