SOG PowerPlay Multi-Tool w/Molded Sheath - Bead Blasted

SOG PowerPlay Multi-Tool w/Molded Sheath - Bead Blasted
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PowerPlay Multi-Tool with Molded Sheath - Bead Blasted

Compact, comfortable, and feature-rich, the PowerPlay brings many often-used tool components into a small, pocketable multi-tool. Equipped with pliers powered by Compound Leverage, the jaws of the PowerPlay has double the grasping power for increased grip and reduced slippage.

The PowerPlay also features a straight edge and a fully serrated blade that can be accessed single-handedly without opening the tool. This design gives easy access to the frequently used blades for cutting and slicing. When the tool is closed, the top has a centered hex bit driver which is convenient and comfortable to use while minimizing chances of stripped screw heads. Each handle is home to different useful tools like screwdrivers, can/bottle opener, saw, awl, file, and more: a total of 18 tool components.

Components include: pliers/gripper, magnetic hex bit holder, hard wire cutter, soft wire cutter, crimpers, double-toothed wood saw, fully-serrated blade, three-sided file, large flat-head scredriver, phillips screwdriver, can opener/small flat-head screwdriver, bottle opener/medium flat-head
screwdriver, awl, jewerly driver, and rulers. Sheath options include a
molded GRN sheath, or nylon sheath with 12 piece hex bit and 1/4" driver

  • Multi-Tool
  • Bead Blasted
  • Bolt Grip Channel
  • Can Opener
  • Tool Count: 18
  • Ruler
  • Blade Steel Type: 420
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