Smith & Wesson Makes More Than Just Firearms, And The Company’s New Multi-Tool Is Compact, Fun To Use, And Perfectly Utilitarian.
Sometimes smaller is better, and this new multi-tool from Smith & Wesson is a compact gem. At just over an ounce in total weight, the multi-tool is full of features.
For starters, there’s a full folding drop point blade in here. Yes, there’s a proper EDC-style blade tucked into this tiny tool, and it’s two inches in length. The butt features a bottle opener with a lanyard hole, perfect to put on a keychain or on a chain to turn it into a neck knife. In the middle of the construction there’s a trio of holes designed for hex screws of varying sizes.
Sure, there’s no showcase pair of pliers or wrench here but there doesn’t need to be. This tool is elegant in its simplicity. The folding blade and bottle opener combination alone makes this a must-have for most anyone, and the hex screw holes are just icing on the cake.
Overall Length: 5.5 inches
Blade Length: 2 inches
Blade Material: Stainless Steel
Weight: 1.28 inches
Handle Material: Stainless Steel
Features: Drop Point Blade, Bottle Opener, Lanyard Hole, 4mm, 5mm, and 6mm Hex Screw Holes
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