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Schrade Tough Tool 21 Function Multi-Tool

by Schrade

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  • Versatile multi-tool with 21 separate functions
  • While using the needlenose pliers, the other individual functions remain comfortably hidden in the tool's stainless steel handles
  • Measures 4-3/4 inches when closed
  • Includes nylon sheath
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Dimensions 6.9 inches x 2.7 inches x 4.2 inches 1.5 inches x 6 inches x 2.88 inches 0 inches x 6.5 inches x 0 inches 0.93 inches x 4.3 inches x 1.62 inches
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Schrade Tough Tool, with 21 functions. Includes a nylon sheath. 4 3/4" overall closed length. Limited Lifetime Warranty

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A handy tool for the homeowner, outdoor enthusiast, and practically everyone else, the Schrade Tough Tool 21 Function Multi-tool comes with durable stainless steel construction and 21 separate tools. Individual tools include needlenose pliers, a wire cutter, a bottle opener, a can opener, a locking Phillips screwdriver, a scribe/awl, a locking dual-edge blade, a file, a measuring gauge, a hook disgorger, a locking field saw, a scraping blade, a wire stripper, a locking large flathead screwdriver, a small flathead screwdriver, and a lanyard attachment.

While using the needlenose pliers, the rest of the individual functions remain comfortably hidden in the tool's stainless steel handles. Measuring 4-3/4 inches closed, this tool comes with a convenient nylon sheath and a limited lifetime warranty.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 4.2 x 6.9 inches ; 8.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000IE3ZW8
  • Item model number: ST1N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

The old tool locked the handles for the pliers by a tough push.
S. Keeney
I owned a Schrade multi tool for years in the past and loved the variety of tools and their toughness but I finally broke it at work.
N. Deshotels
Order another from you and received one made in China not USA like my original.
Sacco Lorenzini

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By BoardBandit on September 26, 2009
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You know, it's a shame really. Schrade made what was in my opinion one of the best multi-tools for the money. Sure you could buy better but you'd end up spending a lot more. This latest tool from Schrade (It's the same tool really, just manufactured differently in a different place) is a cheap imitation of the original. The metal feel cheap and the jaws are no longer laminated, riveted steel. It's merely cast in one piece out of a cheaper metal. The blades too are not what they were. Too bad too because I was hoping to replace my 18 year old tool with a new one. I will but it won't be with this "new" Schrade.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By David D. Brown on June 19, 2009
I have been the owner/user of a Schrade multitool since its debut. While it has had it's faults, such as the small screwdriver that doesn't lock and the lock mechanism that can be easily sprung by pushing back on the small screwdriver, the Schrade ST1 multitool was the most comfortable to use, most useful, largest pliers multi-tool I have ever used.

I was very disappointed when Schrade went under, and thrilled when the Chinese version appeared (My old one broke). Wow- the pliers are much smaller, smaller than my leatherman Blast. The tools are stiff and of a lighter gauge metal. This is NOT the same tool. The world waits for someone- Leatherman, are you listening?- to come up with an improved version of this great tool.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on February 13, 2008
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Having been a huge fan of my Schrade Multi-Tool, I was devastated when it came up missing. My favorite feature is the fact that I don't have to open the pliers to access the other tools. My second favorite feature is the price. I had forgotten how affordable it was compared to some of the Leatherman and Gerber tools. I went to Dick's, Lowes, Home Depot, called Cabella's and Gander Mountain...no luck. But Amazon had it in stock with quick shipment and I was back in business. One reason why I didn't rate this a "5"...The metal doesn't seem quite as high quality as my older Schrade when it came to the shell. The individual tools are still A+. I don't know if it was a change that took place when Taylor purchased the rights to manufacture/distribute the tools or not, but it isn't as good. The sad ending to the story is that I found my original tool within a week of ordering its replacement. Guess I have a back-up now, and I couldn't ask for a better one.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Keeney on January 13, 2011
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I own an original Schrade Tough Tool as well as other older Schrade knives. I also have/have used multi-tools from Leatherman, Gerber, and the $ 9.99 Walmart Christmas special (from Winchester, I think?). (I put together two utility carts with the latter item.) So I didn't mind taking a chance on this Taylor Tough Tool - figured it was cheap and would probably work, though not as well as my old one or the other good brands. Boy, was I wrong! Not only is the metal, the locking action on the fold-away tools, and the blade edging poor; the most basic part of the tool - the pliers - were useless! The old tool locked the handles for the pliers by a tough push. These handles wouldn't lock at all. Any pressure applied and the handle bent at the joint, rendering the plier head unworkable. PIECE OF JUNK! It's not worth the hassle returning it. It will either end up in my wastebasket or as a paperweight somewhere. I'll only use the sheath. Don't waste your money on this one.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sacco Lorenzini on January 20, 2014
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I had a Schrade Tough Tool for years and broke the screwdriver torquing too hard - my fault. Order another from you and received one made in China not USA like my original. When you hold the two up side by side you see the lower quality in the one made in China with the lack of thickness of the parts and frame as well as the design of the different blades. If there is still one made in the USA, I would gladly exchange for the made in China's poor replacement. Cheaper is "cheaper". Sad to see a company like Schrade taking their quality name and substituting lower quality product. I have many Schrade knives but will not buy any more if made in China. If you really feel this is a good replacement then you should not be this business. I highly doubt you or Schrade have the ability or inclination to address or correct a bad review.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By % on April 3, 2012
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I had the original Schrade Tough Multitool, it had been with me for at least 12 years, I used it and abused it and it was still in great shape. I can say it was my favorite multi-tool. Sadly though it got misplaced so I needed a new one. I knew the Schrade company went out of business and sold their name to another company but I saw the picture and was hopeful it'd be the same tool, it is not. It's not the worst, but compared to the original this one is not great quality.

Some of the differences, of the "new" version:
* The needle nose plier handles close slightly crooked.
* The needle nose teeth do not close fully flush like the original did.
* The needle nose plier handles don't lock into position when opened all the way like the original one did.
* The type of hinge used on the needle nose head/needle nose handles/various tool pivots are a different type and they don't open as smoothly as the original did. I used to be able to swing the pliers around and open it like a switch blade for quick one handed access.
* The saw and the metal file don't look like they were finished like the other tools, they have a rough surface.
* You can see some spots left from casting some of the parts from molds.

The main reason for this review is due to the long period of time that I used the original product and due to my already set expectations of quality.
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