AmazonBasics 8-in-1 Multi-Tool with Nylon Sheath

February 12, 2020 - Comment
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Product Features

  • 8-in-1 multi-function tool includes needle nose pliers, standard pliers, wire cutter, knife, saw, slotted screwdriver, can opener, and carabiner
  • Made of durable stainless steel with an aluminum frame; sleek red finish
  • Great for hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, and other outdoor activities, as well as for survival, emergencies, or around-the-house use
  • Includes a nylon pouch with belt loop for easy hands-free carrying
  • Measures 4.1 by 1.3 by 0.8 inches; backed by an AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty


Anonymous says:

Looks cool, quite big, useful and slightly confusing. Well, this is an ok multi-tool. I have a number of these because I always need something when I’m working around the property. This tool looks very cool. It has a belt-loop nylon case, and the tool itself has a clip on thingy too. The red and silver colors of the tool look real futuristic – the cutouts of the red handle look like something from Star Trek. The pliers are nice and big, and it’s fairly comfortable to grip while using. The other tools are stored in the side handles and are…

Anonymous says:

Useful tools with decent build quality I have a few Leatherman multi-tools as well as a few from Swiss Army. I don’t really understand my obsession with them, because it’s not like I’m going to carry all of them with me at the same time, yet, I can’t stop buying them! The AmazonBasics 8-in-1 multi-tool is a decent product, as long as it’s priced reasonably.Sometimes it’s hard to tell which “tools” companies count when they call them an “x-in-1’ tool. Is Amazon counting the spring clip as a tool? On my Leatherman…

Anonymous says:

Great starter knife for the uninitated $12 for this knife. It may not have the finesse or fine tuned quality of a leatherman or gerber, but by golly does it get the job done. Pliers are nice as well as all the other parts. Only improvement to the design is where you put your fingernail to swing the blades out. They are kinda hard to open and I’ve bent my nail before which is just uncomfortable. I’ll have to see about loosening it but seriously… $12 so who cares.

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