|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 2.8 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||9070|
|Batteries||2 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Color||Black and Grey|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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- The adjustable wrench jaw opens to 1/2" so you can use it for all kinds of light repair and assembly jobs
- Thanks to the carabiner gate, the Guppie is easy to carry on a belt loop, D-ring, pack or rope. (But it is not a weight-bearing carabiner.)
- The high-carbon stainless steel blade with a Razor-Sharp edge can be opened and closed with one hand using the blade slot.
- The removable bit carrier is also a high-intensity LED light. It has two strong magnets to hold it securely to the Guppie's left side.
- The stainless steel clip will hold the Guppie in your pocket or on gear, which gives a lot of versatility.
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Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patented Guppie as part of innovative I.D. Works line of tools. While some think it's cute, it really is a hard-working carabiner tool with dozens of everyday uses. The adjustable wrench jaw opens to 1/2" so you can use it for all kinds of light repair and assembly jobs. Thanks to the carabiner gate, the Guppie is easy to carry on a belt loop, D-ring, pack or rope. The high-carbon stainless steel blade with a Razor Sharp edge can be opened and closed with one hand using the blade slot. The removable bit carrier is also a high-intensity LED light. It has two strong magnets to hold it securely to the Guppie's left side. The stainless steel clip will hold the Guppie in your pocket or on gear, which gives a lot of versatility. The Guppie makes a great little money clip, too, for those who like to keep a thin wallet.
Part of the innovative I.D. Works line of tools from Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT), Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the Guppie as a hard-working carabiner tool with dozens of everyday uses.
The adjustable wrench jaw opens to 1/2-inch so you can use it for all kinds of light repair and assembly jobs. Thanks to the carabiner gate, the Guppie is easy to carry on a belt loop, D-ring, pack, or rope. (But it is not a weight-bearing carabiner.)
The high-carbon stainless steel blade with a razor-sharp edge can be opened and closed with one hand using the blade slot. A removable bit carrier is also a high-intensity LED light, and it has two strong magnets to hold it securely to the Guppie's left side. The stainless steel clip will hold the Guppie in your pocket or on gear, which gives a lot of versatility. The Guppie makes a great little money clip, too, for those who like to keep a thin wallet.
One more trick: The Guppie carabiner detent will open bottle caps and metal jar lids.
Launce Barber is dedicated to discovering great design ideas by using the most fundamental tool we all share in common–our creative minds. His focus is to produce innovative and creative design by discovering elegant new solutions for old problems. Launce and his long time engineering and design partner, Tom Stokes, have won numerous awards for product design including the prestigious international iF Product Design Award Silver 2004.
|Blade Material & Finish||2CR13 stainless steel, black oxide|
|Blade Style & Edge||Drop point blade with plain edge|
|Handle Material||2CR13 stainless steel|
|Lock Mechanism||Slip joint|
|Dimensions||Open length — 5.5 inches |
Closed length — 3.5 inches
Blade length — 2 inches
About Columbia River Knife & Tool
Founded by Rod Bremer in 1994 and based in Oregon, Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT) offers a broad line of sport, work, and professional knives and tools that are purpose driven designs. All CRKT knives and tools are built incorporating the most advanced equipment and production systems available. And the most innovative custom knife makers and designers in the industry have created CRKT knife, tool and accessory products.
9070 Guppie Knife and Multi-Tool
At a Glance
- 2-inch razor-sharp straight edge stainless steel blade
- Includes a 1/2-inch crescent wrench; standard size Phillips and flat bit screwdriver
- Removable bit carrier with LED light
- Bottle opener
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
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I use 3/5 "features" on this tool. I use the D Ring Clip to hold my work keys, and I use the pocket clip to clip my keys to my pocket (surprising I know) and it's always nice to have an extra knife, Decent blade tho, thin so you can get a razor edge on it but I wouldn't lean on it too much, no locking on the blade either so it's something I'd use like I said if you're last option. I've got my EDC knife for most already.
Knife was decently sharp - but quickly got a few nicks. Mainly used to strip wires and random box cutting. Pretty small thou - and was always worried it was going to close me since it doesn't have a lock on it.
The bits are tough to get out sometimes and generally I had to use something to push them out in order to use. Which I guess is better than having them fall out all the time.
Light is small - not too bright but great for small spaces. Then wrench was a wrench; but as its aged its become more loose to the point its always open. Didn't really use the clip...I probably wouldn't order a new one thou - as its a bit bulky and not pocket friendly.
First, the good part. The magnetized bit driver and bits with the removable carrying case are solid. At first using them can seem a bit unwieldy but the convenience of the tool more than makes up for it in my opinion (and you get used to it pretty quickly). The push button flashlight built in to the case is sufficiently bright (although I wish it were an on/off switch rather than a momentary switch.. I can see why that wasnt implemented though. It wouldn't be fun to have it accidentally turn on in your pocket and nuke the battery). I was also very pleasantly surprised by the knife blade.. I mainly purchased the Guppie as a bit driver/wrench combo, as I already carry a knife pretty much every day. That being said, this little guy is razor sharp. The blade doesn't lock, but seems sturdy enough for light cutting jobs. The carabiner and bottle opener do what they're supposed to do.. no complaints there.
Now, the not so good part... this thing is HEAVY. I know the weight is listed on Amazon and all that, but you dont really appreciate it until you hold it. Of course that means the tool is sturdy as well.. but this thing is cumbersome enough that you definitely feel it on a belt loop. I would love to see this tool with a titanium frame to cut down on the weight, even though that would increase the price point. The weight isn't necessarily a deal breaker, I'll still carry it around jobs and the like.. it'd just be nice if it were made a bit lighter. Removing the bit carrier helps, and you can put it on keychain by itself if you want so you still have it around. I kind of like keeping them together though. The other thing I'm not a fan of is the wrench. The mechanism for opening and closing the wrench is FLIMSY. It seems odd that on a robust tool such as this, where most everything is made of steel (apart from the bit carrier), that the adjuster would be made of cheap plastic. On top of that, it doesn't screw in tight when you close the wrench. This means that the mechanism just hangs there loosely and can open back up by itself little by little. Overall, it just makes the wrench feel kind of flimsy and useless (even though it does work well enough).
If you don't mind a little weight and you can get past the less than desirable wrench adusting mechanism though, this is a wonderful little tool to have around. I'm happy with my purchase.