SOG Reactor Multi-tool

Mar 22, 2016

Category: Gear

There is nothing worse than encountering a problem that can be easily fixed if only you had your tools with you. SOG knows that, so they built the Reactor multitool – a device designed to take on whatever challenge life throws at it while easily fitting in your pocket.

Without being too bulky, the Reactor fits a total of ten different components in its stainless steel body. You can easily fold out a 2.5-inch, hardcased black coated stainless steel blade using a thumb stud – thanks to SOG’s assisted open technology. Lock the blade back in place and you can open up a pair of compound leverage pliers that also act as a medium flat screwdriver. On the handle opposite the knife is a magnetic phillips screwdriver that can tighten any loose bolts. Make this your everyday carry tool for just $40. [Purchase]

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Gear

Flint and Tinder Unveils a Highlands-Inspired Wardrobe Staples Collection

A line of premium & contemporary takes on Scottish workwear essentials.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner

The 7 Best Minimalist Wallets For EDC [VIDEO]

Streamlined front-pocket wallets built to declutter your daily carry.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner
Featured Image

Veilance Releases a GORE-TEX-Coated Capsule for Spring and Summer

The Arc'Teryx subsidiary is keeping things dry for next season.

Posted By

Jan 27, 2022

Featured Image

Arc’Teryx Adds Insulated Garments and Gaiters to Its System_A Catalog

The latest release serves as the second in the brand's System_A collection.

Posted By

Jan 26, 2022

Featured Image

Graphic Designer Aaron Draplin Shares His Everyday Carry Essentials

We sit down with the legendary graphic designer to discuss his daily carry.

Posted By

Jan 26, 2022

Featured Image

Craighill’s Very First Pen Is As Well-Crafted As You’d Expect

The New York design brand makes a play for a bigger share of your EDC.

Posted By

Jan 26, 2022