SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool

Jan 30, 2018

Category: Gear

Big things come in small packages, or so the saying goes. And while you might argue the merits of the colloquialism, you’d be hard-pressed to prove it wrong in the case of SOG’s new PowerPint Multi-Tool.

Measuring up at just 5-inches when closed and weighing only 4.2 ounces overall, this stainless steel EDC tool box boasts a whopping 18 built-in components. They range from dual wire cutters, dual cutting blades, a can and bottle opener, pliers, screwdrivers, a protractor, a ruler, a hex bit driver, and so much more. And before you try to say that a multi-tool that small couldn’t possibly stand up to constant use, SOG is so confident in it that they’ve slapped on a lifetime warranty. How’s that for a guarantee? Get your hands on this little EDC masterpiece and see how much it can handle yourself for $54.

Purchase: $54

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