SOG PowerAssist Multi-Tools

SOG PowerAssist Multi-Tools


The SOG PowerAssist multi tool comes with compound leverage gears and SOG assisted technology.


  • Dual Assisted opening knife blades
  • Foldable 1/4 inch socket drive
  • Compound leverage gears
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SOG makes the only multi-tools in the world with one-handed flip opening and gear driven patented Compound Leverage for double the plier power... the PowerAssist takes these principles to a new level. This is the first multi-tool in the world that houses not just one but two assisted opening blades. Start to open the main blades, which are available when the tool is closed, and S.A.T. (SOG Assisted Technology) takes over to complete the opening. When not in use, blades lock closed using our patent pending side release. It's never been easier! Flip open the tool and experience the precision of the heavy-duty plier capability and large wire cutters. Smooth handle surfaces promote comfort on even the toughest jobs. While open, five other components are now available and individually lock open with the new patent pending Piano-Locks.  

Notable Specifications:
  • Open length: 7.125"
  • Closed length: 4.675"
  • Weight: 9.3 oz
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