Swiss+Tech 19-in-1 Keychain Pocket Multi-Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Multi-tools are one of those things that every guy should have. Problem is that there are a ton of them out there. Some are quite pricey, and some are just too bulky. We need something that we can bring with us everywhere we go. Something that will get the job done, and something that will cost us about 10 bucks. Well Swiss+Tech has answered the call with their 19-in-1 key ring multi-function pocket tool.

This pocket sized gadget comes with 19 different tools including 2 hex wrenches, 6 screwdrivers, pliers, bottle opener, wire cutter and stripper, wire crimper, hand drill, file, 2 rulers and 2 ruler extensions.  The solid stainless steel construction and quick release/self locking mechanism means this thing was built to take a beating. Get yours from Amazon.

Swiss+Tech 19-in-1 Keychain Pocket Multi-Tool 2

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