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SOG Pocket PowerPlier with Nylon Pouch

SOG Pocket PowerPlier with Nylon Pouch

Description

The SOG Pocket PowerPlier is made to be used one-handed and has interlocking gears to generate two to three times the plier force of other conventional designs.

Features

  • 100 percent stainless steel
  • Compound leverage
  • Lightweight and compact
List Price
$72.50
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$50.17
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Details

Lighter and more compact than its big brother, the PowerPlier, the Pocket PowerPlier is super easy to carry and use. SOG's Pocket PowerPlier is packed with essential tools that include pliers/grippers, wire cutters, partially serrated blade, small/large screwdrivers, Phillips screwdriver, three-sided file, can opener, bottle opener, awl, rulers, lanyard and heavy duty nylon pouch. Exclusive interlocking gears are the driving force behind SOG's renowned PowerPlier® Series. They allow these amazing multi-tools to be opened with a one-handed flip of the wrist and also generates Compound Leverage action that doubles the pliers force with one-time the hand pressure. These gears also allow the pliers to be easily flipped open with one hand so your tool is ready to act quickly.

Notable Specifications:
  • Open length: 6"
  • Closed length: 4"
  • Weight: 5.5 oz
What's Included:
  • (1) Pliers/Grippers
  • (1) Wire cutter
  • (1) Partially serrated knife blade
  • (1) Phillips screwdriver
  • (1) Small/medium/large screwdrivers
  • (1) 3-sided file
  • (1) Bottle/can opener
  • (1) Awl
  • (1) Lanyard ring
  • (1) Ruler
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SOG Pocket PowerPlier with Nylon Pouch S44-N Pocket PowerPlier with nylon pouch, polished satin
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