Yes, we like our multi-tools small, too, but this bigger version of the Griffin Pocket Tool adds four extra tools, all while providing a better grip for improved function in the field, so we don't really mind the extra size.
Borrowing its design from a once-popular camp saw, Filzer's version of the camping staple reinforces the classic design with a lightweight frame, stiffer tensioning, and a grippy handle for all-day cutting comfort.
Fiskar's unique machete comes with a large axe head on the tip, allowing you to use it to clear thick bushes and branches, while cutting and splitting thick logs with the same ease as a two-handed axe.
Does the world need a better hammer? Probably not. Does the world need a hammer that also doubles as an adjustable pry bar and a magnetic nail starter? Probably not, but you have to admit, you probably want one.
Yes, you can carry your emergency repair tools on a toolbox. If DIY handyman isn't quite the look you're going for, Molle's leather-and-canvas tool roll should offer an equally handy but more sartorially acceptable alternative.
Can't sleep at night? Mow the lawn. Don't want to wake up the neighbors? Not a problem with STIHL's battery-powered model, which packs enough charge to mow your lawn and the neighbor's lawn, too, until you're tired and sleepy.
Does the classic Swiss Army Knife need a redesign? Probably not. Swiza went ahead and did it anyway, turning out a multi-tool that's easier to open, more comfortable to use, and much more contemporary in appearance.
Unlike other multi-tools, this one's designed with a single purpose in mind: urban survival. As such, it bundles tools that you can use to pick locks, cut through bindings, and even saw through metal fences and chains.
Most every multi-tool includes a blade that you can use for knife duties. Whether they actually function the way you want them to, however, is another matter entirely. That won't be the case with SOG's latest multi-tool.
Combining basic survival essentials for slumming it in the wild, this multi-tool will help you start fires, find your way around a map, and illuminate your way in the dark, along with the usual roster of multi-tool functions.
This modified version of Full Windsor's bestselling Nutter retains the tire lever form factor while adding a chain breaker to the mix, making what just might be the perfect cycling multi-tool even better.
As decorative as it is functional, Karesuando's hunting axe should make for a gorgeous blade tool to show off around the house, all while ably skinning game and cutting through the bone the days you go out hunting for game.