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SE MT908 11 Survival Pocket Tool

by Domire

Price: $0.49 - $24.25
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  • Credit card holder with (9) essential tools for every day jobs
  • 2-inch serrated edge steel blade cuts through tough materials with ease
  • Removable blade, tweezers, toothpick and opener
  • 3.375-inches by 2.125-inches and weighs 1.4-ounces

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SE MT908 11 Survival Pocket Tool + Iain Sinclair Cardsharp2 Authentic Credit Card Sized Folding Knife with Black Blade with Serial Number + Tool Logic CC1SB Credit Card Companion with Serrated 2-Inch Steel Blade, Lens and Compass, 9-Tools Total, Black Finish
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Product Description

Domire Credit Card Companion with Serrated 2-Inch Steel Blade, Lens and Compass, 9-Tools Total, Black Finish

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  • ASIN: B00LTPIR9Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (916 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,131 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The saw edge does have some sharpness.
Waynemia
This little wallet sized gadget is handy and can be useful in many situations.
cmh627
This is a great tool to keep in a glove box, survival kit, and in your wallet.
Thew

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258 of 281 people found the following review helpful By thassler on December 3, 2008
Size Name: Variable
Fair warning: I wrote this review for an out of production item that is essentially this same piece with one more wrench slot and a slightly different Protractor. Either way, my previous review stands for this as well:

I hope nobody is considering this tool for anything other than having an emergency backup to what should already be every day carry tools. It's decent quality, but I certainly wouldn't put it at "top notch" status. And the functions are mostly hard to pull off with any degree of force. The knife is on a short side which makes it difficult to use. The "screwdriver" which is little more than one corner ground to a flat-head shape is only useful in wide-open areas with larger screws, and with the knife on the same edge, one has to be very careful indeed.

The only tools that I found to be decently easy to use are the saw and bottle opener. The saw since it was on the long side and the opposite side (ruler) allows for a decent grip. The Bottle opener is equally easy to operate.

The can opener forces you to use the saw as a finger grip and the wrench slots pretty much require that any bolts are not very tight, and that's if you can get the tool on it in the first place.

This really didn't fit well in my money clip wallet, but it might in a full sized wallet. So, as an emergency backup, it might get you out of a jam and could actually come in handy once in a while. Forget using it as a keychain tool... it's way too dangerous to leave out in the open (and the plastic cover that came with mine was laughably cheap). It won't make it through the TSA unless someone's asleep at the wheel, so traveling with it isn't really an option either.

I'd give it a 2.5 star, but for the money, it's hard to beat, so I'm rounding up.
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101 of 112 people found the following review helpful By George Gilman on January 17, 2010
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Interesting multi-purpose gadget but it's not as useful as the "11 functions" would have you believe. First, item #11 is the keychain hole but if you attach the device to your keys and throw them in your pocket, you're going to cut your leg since the other side is a cutting blade. At the very least, you're going to have to repair the hole in your pocket. Next, Item #9 is a "Direction Anxillary Wrench". I've googled this and came up empty, with the exception of hits on this device itself. If google doesn't know how to use it, I certainly can't be expected to. So, we're down to 9 useful gadgets from the 11. Next, the "butterfly screw wrench".... I guess it would work but I personally don't see butterfly screws all that often and more importantly, aren't butterfly screws specifically designed to NOT need a tool?

Without actually testing on everything, the other tools seem generally more useable. Can and bottle openers seem ok and the knife seems sharp enough to cut something (hence, don't just attach to your keys and throw in your pocket! OUCH!). Saw seems like it'd cut in a pinch & it's hard to mess up a ruler even though it is in centimeters, not inches like you might expect. Seems like it'd be a bit akward using the 2 wrenches (the 2 multi-sized wrenches count as 2 of your eleven btw whereas it could be argued to be 1 function) but without actual testing I can't be certain.

Anyway, in summary it's an interesting gadget made from a single piece of metal. However, the useful functionality isn't as high as I'd hoped. More impressive in looks than functionality.
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51 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Paulina St. on August 19, 2010
Size Name: Variable
Just awesome i keep this in my pseudo wallet a rubber band with my id,money& a credit card
works great it has a bottle opener, mini saw,standard flat head,can opener,ruler,knife & a small wrench set in the center those are the one's i use anyway. the small wrench in the center has helped me in a bind. my battery post came off & i couldn't tighten it with my fingers its a side post battery on my chevy silverado well this Tool did the job & got me home.Its super cheap too, You will not regret this purchase the only thing you will regret is buying only one.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By spencer2302 on January 1, 2011
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I carry this Everyday. I use it to open boxes and Beer mostly, but it is very sharp. I love this and my friends they have order one for their wallets.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A. Newhouse on February 27, 2011
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This item should be restricted to the status of a cheap stocking stuffer or joke-type office gift to laugh about, stick in a drawer, and forget. The only function that's even remotely useful is the bottle opener, but even that is literally painful to use unless you're very careful. The others, based on their position on the tool or the required hand placement during use, range from nonsensical to downright dangerous. The knife is dull, and given the cheap stainless this is made of, wouldn't STAY sharp even if you put a good edge on it. The saw is surprisingly sharp, but that basically means it will make a line of punctures in your hand if you try to grip it to use any other tools. Given the placement of the saw, bottle opener, and "knife", it's almost ironic that the word "Survival" is in the product title. It's too wide and too thick to fit well in my wallet, and I sure wouldn't want to carry this thing loose in my pocket.
Even the ruler is poor... How does one mess up a ruler, you may ask? It doesn't start at a corner - there are just a few lines in the middle of one edge of the tool, so if you're trying to measure the distance out from a solid vertical surface, for instance, it's useless.
If you want a USEFUL pocket multi-tool, the Leatherman 64010103K Micra Multitool is as good as they come, in my opinion. If you like pliers more than scissors, one of Leatherman's Squirt P_ models would be a good choice. Granted, any of these are ~5X the price of this card, but you do indeed get what you pay for.
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