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SOG PowerAssist Multitool

SOG PowerAssist Multitool

SOG’s B66N is a plier-style multitool with a pocket knife designed for one-handed opening. It packs 16 tools including screwdrivers, bottle and can openers, string cutter, wire cutter, and even a blasting cap crimper, each with a locking mechanism. Made from sturdy 420 stainless steel with a black oxide finish.

SOG Snippet Multitool

SOG Snippet Multitool

Scissors in multitools are often small and hard to hold. That’s not the case with SOG’s Snippet, which has a pair of scissors as its central tool. It even has finger loops for precision. It also has a blade, a screwdriver, a nail file, a toothpick, tweezers and a bottle opener.

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SOG Sync Multitools

SOG Sync Multitools

SOG Knives’ new Sync I and Sync II multitools come with a base that can be attached to a belt buckle, a strap or a boot for easy access. Both have pliers, a ruler, a blade, a small screwdriver and more. The Sync II adds a medium screwdriver and scissors.

SOG Baton Multi-tools

SOG Baton Multi-tools

SOG Knives’ Baton series have a slim pen-like form. In fact, the Q1 actually has a ballpoint pen to go with with the standard bottle opener and screwdriver. The Q2 has a blade and LED flashlight. The Q3 and Q4 are full on multi-tools.

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