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Key Chain Pry Tool

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Product Description

Key Chain Pry Tool w/seatbelt cutter

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 1 x 3.2 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009XMWY5K
  • Item model number: SCTPT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,752 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This key chain is nice quality tool.
lgv800r
Feels very sturdy and high quality and offers a nice amount of features.
M. Peterson
The seatbelt cutter works well for opening boxes too.
N. Anderson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Trell on June 17, 2011
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I was surprised to see how effective this was for cutting, while luckly i never had to cut a seatbelt I KNOW this will do it because the blade was able to cut through paper and cardboard very cleanly. being titanium I am not worried about it breaking if I use it to pry open a stuck door, cover, nail, ect. I carry it with me on my keychain all the time. the internal cavity makes a good wrench or add a stick to increase leverage on the pry part. very sturdy product, will last a lifetime
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tx-Bill on January 24, 2012
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For its size, this little pry bar has amazing strength. Being solid aerospace grade titanium, I always look for new ways to test it. You probably will not have the leverage to pry open doors, but the item construction would survive nearly any soft woods and softer metals. I can separate a door jam enough to manipulate the lock, but this item is meant for smaller jobs like prying nails and drawers.

They don't describe the weight accurately. This weighs about the same as a bic pen. The hex slot on the end fits all standard screwdriver bits and extensions. The seat belt cutter can cut 550 cord with ease. The flat head screwdriver on the side is too wedge shaped to be much use, but it does work on shallow jobs. 5 star pocket tool to hang next to my Fenix E05 and Leatherman Squirt PS4.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By G-Fish on September 6, 2011
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This product does everything it is advertised to do. It's on the more expensive side of the utility/multi-tool keychain products, but its durability definitely justifies the price.

I have another tool like this that sometimes catches too much of the glass bottle lip and breaks off a chunk when I use the bottle opener... this tool does not catch the bottle lip, which means it's now my go-to opener on gameday.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By N. Anderson on February 26, 2012
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This seems like a great idea, and clearly, the idea sells because Gerber, Swiss+Tech, and a host of other manufacturers are trying to capitalize on it. However, it could be better executed here.
The good: the material (titanium) is great, light and strong. The bottle opener works fine, and the wrench works well. The seatbelt cutter works well for opening boxes too. The pry tool is decent.
The bad: The screwdriver is a joke. Aside from being so wedge-shaped that it won't fit in many actual screws, the implement is in the middle of the tool, which keeps you from using it in anything but a wide open space. Most small screws I would use this on are in tight spaces, and I'd prefer to have the screwdriver on the end of the tool. Additionally, there's no Phillips-head tool.

Overall, it's less useful than it could be, and not worth the nearly thirty dollar price.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Craig M. Hamm on April 11, 2012
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I had high hopes for this item, and was fairly disappointed. First off, it's much bigger than I anticipated. Not comfortable in my pocket. The "seatbelt cutter" is so dull that I don't believe it could cut a seatbelt if your life depended on it. It might be OK for cutting twine (with a little effort) but I'm fairly certain it wouldn't make it through your seatbelt before the car sunk or burned up or whatever other situation you might find yourself in. It's titanium, so it's light, but none of the "blades" for the screwdrivers are very sharp. This may be because of the nature of machining titanium, but I don't think that it is at all useful as a flat-head screwdriver. Since it's straight and not thin, it's also not very good at prying, or removing nails. About the only thing it's great at is opening beer, and maybe the hex wrenches would be OK in a pinch. Overall, though, I ended up putting a Gerber Shard on my keychain instead. Much more useful to me.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tripwire on March 1, 2012
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First, this thing is light and stout. Being of Ti, it has that cool feeling of high tech but also performs. I got it to carry with a small Leatherman to do some of the heavy lifting I want to avoid with the more fragile multi-tool. It also works great on the opposite end of bolts when using the leatherman pliers.

The screwdriver tips are a little thick, but if they were any thinner, it would compromise the pry bar aspects of which this is better suited than its knife-bound counterparts.

The blade is sharp and works for the most part, but if you really need to slice through cords and belts, then the grip is a little on the small side. I'd recommend a more dedicated tool for EMT-types like the Spyderco or Benchmade. But it does make short work of a dull pencil!

I swapped out the small lanyard with real paracord, and it now resides in my EDC pack.

While I haven't used it for such yet, I also intent on gripping it with my leatherman pliers for increased leverage, deep recessed work, and for when the screwdriver fits the slot. Of course it can also accept a stick, nail, or other elongated object through the center for added turning leverage.

Oh, and it does make a fine bottle opener, but frankly, my fav cooltool opener is on the grip of my Glock Serrated Edge Knife w/Sand Handle. Now that opens some eyes as well as beer bottles.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Jeon on December 25, 2012
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If you're interested in this product for its seatbelt cutting function, don't bother. Titanium is generally too soft to hold an edge(meaning it won't be very sharp, meaning it won't cut things well) and will do an even worse job retaining it. Additionally, the blade is double-v hollow ground, as opposed to having a chisel edge that you generally find on these kinds of rescue tools, which makes sharpening a very difficult task. The bottle opener's "hook" is also a bit thick, so opening bottles with this is also somewhat difficult. The pry bar's tip is also thick and the tool is entirely flat, so you won't be able to get much leverage out of this. The screwdriver looks like it would work, but has very little reach, and it mainly seems to be placed where it is to rest your thumb behind it when you use the bottle opener. I haven't had an opportunity to use the wrench before I got tired of this, so I won't say much about it, but it looks fine to me. It has a nice stonewash finish, though, and looks very nice. Also, as some others have noted, it is very big and bulky. Overall, I wouldn't recommend it unless you plan on making some modifications to it yourself. If you must have a pocket pry bar though I recommend going for a Gerber Shard or, as strange as this may sound, a P-51 can opener.

Edit (July 22, 2013): Docked one star for it not being able to pry, but it works well enough for me. It's flat because that makes it easier to carry. Still recommend getting a Shard or P-51 over this, but the stonewashed finish on titanium does look very nice.
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