Journey's Edge Swiss Everything 13 Function Pocket Tool With Led Flashlight Multi Knife
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- Functions include: Stainless Steel LED flashlight Requires three AG1 batteries (included) Large blade Length: 2.125 inches
- Saw blade Length: 2.5 inchesScissors Length: 2 inchesCan opener Length: .75 inches
- Slotted driver & Bottle opener Length: .875Key ringPhillips screwdriver Length: 1.25 inchesFile Length: 1.25 inchesAwl Length: 1.25 inches
- Corkscrew Length: 1.125 inchesLeather punch Length: 1.25 inches
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It's my belief that price should always be a factor when considering a rating on a product. I think it's simply unreasonable to expect a manufacturer/seller to deliver a product priced at $8 to be of the same quality of a comparable product that costs 3 or 4 times more. Doing so would be analogous to paying $100 for a no-name tablet and expecting to receive an iPad. With that in mind, I give this Journey's Edge multi-tool a 3-and-a-half-star rating (but Amazon doesn't allow half stars, hence a 4-star), despite a couple of cons (please see below); and it's heavier than the comparable models from Victorinox, such as the Huntsman.
I have not used all of the tools on this. I did use the knife, the flash light, the can opener, bottle opener/flat screwdriver, scissors, Philips screwdriver, nail file, and the awl. They all perform to my satisfaction on light-duty tasks. The saw, on the other hand, despite its sharp teeth, doesn't cut well at all. IMHO it's pretty much useless as a saw. Instead, I squared off the spine of the saw blade and now it works perfectly as a scraper for ferrocerium rods. :)
There are no sharp edges/burrs on the copy I received, that's an accomplishment for a multi-tool costs less than $10 in my book. However, in this case the lack of sharp edges has its price. The blades on the awl, the leather punch, and the can opener are also relatively dull with rounded edges. While the can opener might still work, a blunt point on the awl or the leather punch serves no useful purpose at all. So I ended up sharpening them (as well as the knife blade which was not sharp enough by my standard) all to proper sharpness.Read more ›
A few notes:
1) Do take the batteries out of the little sleeve they come in for it to work.
2) It does in fact contain lead, and does advise you to wash your hands after use. I found it to be a little perturbing but I researched into the product and didn't find any sort of recall or disaster report so I'm going to assume it's all right for now.
The Journey's Edge has a solid feel and nice weight. All the "functions" work as expected. The smooth-edge blade and scissors are both sharper than anticipated. After a quick run through a simple blade sharpener, the smooth blade is as sharp as that on my Swiss Army.
Unlike others, I've had no troubles with the flashlight. Upon unscrewing the bulb, I do notice a bit of paper inside the shaft, but removing it seems unnecessary, as it works fine. (In fact, given reports of the shaft being too wide for the batteries to sit properly, I'm inclined to leave the paper in.) I'm not particularly thrilled with the fact that I have to essentially unscrew the bulb slightly to get it to turn off, but as long as one unscrews it just enough to turn it off, there's no risk of losing the bulb end/tip that I can see.
I bought mine directly from Amazon, and it complete with box and instructions/guide.
My only complaint (other than the gripe above) about this knife/tool is that one has to lift the flashlight up in order to access the scissors. A minor design flaw, but a slightly irksome one, given how often I'll end up using the scissors.
Overall, a fantastic multitool for the price. I may eventually replace it with a more expensive multitool, but I'm in no hurry to do so.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
basic cheap knife - good for a gift for a kid to say "I have a knife" but not more than that.Published 9 days ago by Eduard - Atlanta, GA
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS LEAD!!!!
Lead can kill you!
I bought this before I knew about the lead, and am immediately returning it. Read more
Got this for my son. He loves it. Great for the price. The knives are very sharp but I'm ok with that. We can do that on our own. Comparable to the Swiss army one. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Sarah Z