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The SOG Specialty Knives & Tools CC1SB Credit Card Companion is a credit card-sized multitool, complete with (9) essential tools that all fit conveniently into the compact case that can easily be taken on the go. Made of black ABS plastic, the holder sports a serrated 5Cr steel blade with satin finish, a combination can and bottle opener, awl, 8x power lens, compass, tweezers, toothpick and ruler. The blade, tweezers, toothpick and combination opener can all be removed completely from the holder for easy use. Razor sharp serrated edges on the 2-inch stainless steel blade allow it to cut through even the toughest materials with ease. The CC1SB has an overall length of 3.375-inches, overall width of 2.125-inches and a weight of 1.4-ounces. The SOG Specialty Knives & Tools CC1SB Credit Card Companion comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Each SOG product is created with the help of company founder and chief engineer, Spencer Frazer. Known for their uncompromising style and performance, these knives and tools showcase innovation, dependability and a unique, futuristic style that has garnered awards and recognition worldwide. SOG products have also won favor among law enforcement, military and industrial customers that rely on their tools to perform flawlessly in the toughest, most adverse conditions.
The Tool Logic Credit Card Companion (model CC1SB) is so light and slim that you'll barely know you have it, yet when needed you'll find it's amazingly useful. The 2-inch stainless blade is razor sharp and serrated to cut through even the toughest materials with ease. It also features a combination can/bottle opener, awl, 8x power lens and compass, tweezers and toothpick, plus inch and centimeter rulers on the back. At just 1.3 ounces, it packs effortlessly for travel both on and off-road.
Keeping your knife clean, dry, oiled and sharp are the primary defenses against corrosion, wear, and potential injury. Be sure to clean the blade and handle after each use--however, do not soak your knife in water. A mild solution of soap and water should remove any dirt and debris that may have accumulated during use (avoid harsh detergents such as laundry or dish soap, and chlorine products). To remove any debris from inside the handle you can use a toothpick for any visible lint or dirt, or a Q-Tip for smaller amounts of dirt and debris.
After cleaning or after exposure to moisture be sure to completely dry your knife blade and handle, taking special care with any sensitive handle materials. Use a soft cotton cloth or chamois and a small amount of moisture-displacing oil (such as WD-40 or 3-in-1), on the blade only, to prevent water spots and oxidation from forming.
Fingerprints and weather are the primary causes of rusting or corrosion on a knife blade. To keep your knife looking its best, Tool Logic recommends that you give your blade a light coat of oil after each cleaning, and prior to long-term storage. Be sure to also apply a Paraffin-based oil to the pivot point, which will not only keep the action of your blade smooth but will repel dirt and debris which could impede the blade's action.
|Dimensions||2.125 x 3.375 inches (WxH)|
|Included Tools||Bottle opener, can opener, 2-inch serrated blade, 8x power lens, compass, ruler, toothpick, tweezers|
CC1SB Credit Card Companion
I just received mine and while taking the tweezers out for the first time, the plastic piece that allows the tweezers to be gripped, broke off. Terribly cheap product. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sara
[Zero Stars] This is an inexpensive tool that has the quality to back it up. This tool is not a quality SOG product. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Miss Yes
The unit has issues and the biggest is the compass doesn't work, its a bit too thick and bulky to be comfortable in the pocket or in the wallet ( not going in my wallet. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Troglodyte
The plastic breaks easy. Broke the tab off the tweezers the first time I used it.Published 4 days ago by Terry Garrett