BlizeTec Multitool Pocket Knife Pliers: 15 Functional Tools with Shape Drop Point Serrated Edge Folding Knife, Multi Pliers, Can/Bottle Opener, Phillips Screwdriver, Bit Holder & 9 Utility Sets
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- ✅THE ULTIMATE MULTITOOL KIT: BlizeTec multi purpose 15-in-1 tool is equipped with a sturdy pocket knife, smart pliers, can & bottle opener, and 9 combo utility sets (Universal bit driver included). You can count on this handy tool to manage your DIY projects, outdoor activities or any adhoc home improvement jobs. Compact in size and easy to carry around with a first class ultra durable nylon pouch.
- ✅COMPACT & LIGHT WEIGHT: This unique multitool pocket knife with pliers can fit perfectly into your palm. The tool can be easily carried around with a nylon pouch (included). Weights only 8.39oz oz. You can avoid the hassle of carrying a traditional heavy equipment tool set yet enjoying all the benefits of other multitools set & accessories offer.
- ✅EASY TO USE & MAINTENANCE FREE: BlizeTec multi pocket tool is hassle free, light and easy to use. The blade open length with the handle is 7.48 Inches. closed length is 4.3 Inches. The blade is 420 stainless steel material & built to withstand any corrossion. User can conveniently carry this handy tool with the nylon pouch attached to your belt.
- ✅HOME IMPROVEMENT MAKES EASY: BlizeTec specialty multipliers can come in handy for turning small project bolts and nuts and occasional adhoc stripping of nm cables or twisting soft, thin wires. (** Note: Cutting nm cables require nicking then snapping the nicked cable. The plier is not for use on twisting heavy gauge solid wire.**)
- ✅ULTRA DURABLE & BUILT TO LAST: The sleek looking handle is constructed with black aluminium coating. Championed by BlizeTec tool expert, this Worldclass pocket tool is carefully engineered for your daily usage. You can easily handle any DIY projects in less than 15-30 minutes with the help of the tool. Perfect for home owners and outdoor lovers who appreciate small yet handy tool. Best of all, the product is backed by BlizeTec uncompromised lifetime warranty.
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* 15-in-1 Multi Purpose Tool: Smart pliers for fixing/cutting wires; Solid 30 degree drop point folding pocket knife with serrated edge (liner lock included) for your indoor & outdoor usage; Philip style screw driver, bottle/can opener, universal bit driver with 9 utility tool set to handle any quick fix/home projects.
* Unique black color skipless aluminium handle for better grip control.
* Durable belt friendly nylon pouch enabled one to carry the knife with ease.
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Top customer reviews
First, this is a multitool pocket knife that actually has a pliers in it, let alone a lot of other tools. What I really like about it, is it's size, 4.3" closed (7.48 open), and it only weighs a mere 8.39 ounces. I love this, because I don't like to be weighted down. The product comes with a nice quality design nylon pouch, inside the nylon pouch, there is a little mini pocket where you can keep the utility set. a big plus for that.
BlizeTec 15-in-1 Multi Purpose Tool includes: Smart pliers; folding pocket knife with serrated edge; Phillips style screw driver; bottle/can opener; universal bit driver with 9 utility tool set. The blades are 420 stainless steel, so they should withstand any corrosion.
The bit set is really great, and the entire item is very strong, and I have found dozens of ways to use it in just the last week. One thing I wanna add on is it is not just cater for men, but I find it very practical for women as well. Regardless indoor or outdoor, this is a practical multitool knife.
Sample was provided for evaluation and the review is based on my honest unbiased opinion.
- Price point is great! Such a high quality knife for an affordable price
- Lots of different functions. Screwdriver, bottle opener, pliers and knife!
- The knife is very long, locks in and is sharp
- The grip feels great in your hand
I received this product in exchange for a video review.
I do a lot of long-distance bicycle riding, and although I already have a bike-specific multitool, I was originally looking for a knife/multitool for general use, especially since my existing bike tools did not include a good cutting blade. This knife fits the bill pretty well... Now that I've started carrying it around, I've also come to realize how useful a pocket knife and multitool can be in everyday tasks around the house. (Obviously I wouldn't carry my bike tools around with me to do yard and housework, but this knife is convenient and can be used for lots of different things.)
The first thing I did when my knife arrived in the mail, of course, was to test its sharpness. It easily cut through a stack of advertisements I got in the mail (Take that, junk mail!), and it also pierced and sliced through a plastic water bottle as if it were butter. (Seriously... I just placed a light pressure on the tip, and it slid right into the plastic, and with a flick of my wrist I was able to slit the whole bottle open with almost no force whatsoever.) It was much sharper than I expected, and the tip is very well designed for piercing with minimal effort. I'll definitely use it the next time I have to open one of those irritating plastic packages that headphones and other electronics often come in... It works great as a tape and box cutter, too.
I also went around my yard and used this knife to cut through some of the branches and leaves that are brushing up against my window screens. To my surprise, the blade easily sliced through young bamboo shoots and a number of other branches and twigs that seemed like they'd be too tough for a little knife. The serrated teeth are spaced far enough apart that the blade doesn't easily get caught while cutting. I honestly wasn't sure at first whether or not I would even use the serrated portion of the blade, but now I can see how nice it is, since the teeth are pretty effective at cutting through dense and stringy things.
I found this knife to be very easy to open and close, though it still has a secure locking mechanism to keep the blade closed when it's closed and locked open when it's open. With the way it's designed, I can't imagine Ever 'accidentally' closing the blade, yet I can still shut it easily with one hand if I decide to. I feel a lot more comfortable with this particular design than I have with pocket knives in the past. To be honest, I've always been a bit intimidated by pocket knives, since I was worried I would accidentally close them on my fingers; often they're difficult for me to shut, for some reason. This one doesn't seem to have the same problems, and I feel a lot more comfortable. One thing to note, though, is to make sure you open it all the way until it "clicks" into place. Before I got used to it, there were a couple times I through it was completely open but it wasn't.
The actual grip of the tool has a good feel and weight, and I still had a tight and safe hold on the knife even when my hands got sweaty. I have somewhat smallish hands, and was surprised that the grip was still comfortable for me. It's also of note that the knife blade has a litle knob on the side that allows you to open up the blade one-handed -- with your right hand. If you're left-handed, it might be a bit more difficult due to the placement of the knob.
I also noticed that the blade has absolutely no "play" in the body of the tool - in other words, it doesn't wiggle up and down or back and forth when it's being used, even if I try to move it with my free hand. I presume that any amount of play gradually leads to loosening and degrading of the knife. This one seems to be sturdily built, and I can see it lasting for quite a long time with proper care.
I was also pretty happy with the pliers that are built into the tool. Their design makes them very easy to open up, and I can also get a really good, firm grip on things with them. (I was able to all but crush a wooden pencil just by squeezing. I didn't expect this.) They're pretty thin in body, almost like needle-nose pliers in terms of width (or even a little thinner), but still strong. They also have a spot to grab thicker objects and a place to cut wires with, which I think is pretty standard in pliers. The cutting portion between the noses of the pliers didn't work to cut through the brake & shifter cables on my bike, but that's not necessarily a problem, since bike cable cutters are specialty tools that have to be extremely sharp and precise to work properly. It worked fine when I tried it on other cables. (Plus, who neeeds scissors and other things when you have the knife blade, anyway?) One potential drawback of the pliers is that they are spring-loaded only to open up to about 10 degrees, and if you want them open wider, you have to use your other hand to do so. Still, most pliers aren't really designed to grab objects more than a centimeter or so in thickness anyway, and I would use a more specialized tool (like channel locks) if I needed. This knife's pliers are easy to open and close, since the handle kind of hooks on to them to fold them back inside. I can even close them one-handed if needed without too much difficulty. Compared to other pocket knife pliers I've used, this design worked very well. Again, I was impressed, compared to experience with other knives.
Each of the bottle/can openers has a flat tip that can be used as flathead screwdrivers, and one of them tapers down to a fine edge that works well as a small wedge.
As to the built-in phillips head screwdriver, it seems pretty good quality, and I had no problems when using it.
I am a bit more ambivalent about the separate screwdriver pieces that came with the tool. The little rubber storage piece for the bits is of good design, and it slides easily into a separate slot/pouch inside the carrying case, so it's a good for people like me who would normally lose the little pieces. My main worry with the bit set was that the silver connector, which slips on the end of the multitool's phillips extension and holds any of the bits, does not have a 'snug' fit on the multitool... In other words, unlike the knife blade, it has a little bit of "play," and the silver bit holder piece wiggles slightly when it's attached to the multitool. (I almost get the impression that the bits and their holder are standard industry sizes, while the part of the multitool they're connected to has slightly different specs.) Surprisingly, though, the tool still worked fine for use as a screwdriver, with the added advantage of its portability. I didn't experience any problem with wiggling when I was using it.
Another positive is that the screwdriver can be pointed at different angles, which has allowed me to use the body of the tool to get more torque on difficult screws than I normally can with a standard screwdriver. (It really helped on some of the bolts on my bike that had gotten a bit rusty.) It's also of note that the attachment piece for different bits is magnetically attracted to the piece on the tool, so it doesn't fall off despite the fact that it's not completely snug. (Also on the plus side, I found it really easy to slip the bit holder on and off, since it's not tight.)
Overall, I'm glad I bought this knife/tool, and every part of it - the blade, the separate bit set, the pliers, and the bottle openers - was more useful and effective than I anticipated. I was surprised and impressed. Definitely worth the money.
SO I decided that if I was going to pick up a new daily-use pocket knife, it would have to be better suited to my daily needs than the c33T (which has only a blade, a flathead, and a phillips cross screwdriver. These were the "must haves" for the new knife:
- A liner-locking blade
- MORE tools than the old knife
-Not so many tools that they never get used or the handle is absurdly wide (@Victorinox)
This knife satisfies my requirements to a T. The blade itself is great, the liner lock is sturdy enough that I'm satisfied. The PLIERS are what really won me over. I do a lot of fishing and I forget to bring along pliers or forceps all the time. Having them readily available is a real blessing. Everything else on the knife really is standard fare, can opener, bottle opener with flathead end until you get to the screwdriver. The built-in tool is a basic phillips cross shape, but I love the adapter and interchangeable bits that come with this tool. There's nothing like stumbling across one of the less-common screw types and having the ability to handle it then and there. I'll admit, there is A LOT of play to the setup when you're using the adapter, but it beats having to dig around the toolbox for a real screwdriver with the same shape. All in all extremely happy with this purchase.