|Item Weight||1.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 4.8 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||CC51-CP|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Repair or Replace Defective Items|
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SOG Specialty Knives & Tools CC51-CP Cross Cut Multi-Tool, 10-Tools Combined, Satin Finish
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- Spring-loaded scissors
- Small and medium flat screwdrivers
- Tweezers, nail file/cleaner
- Cross Cut multi-tool is equipped for cutting, gripping, personal care and the unexpected and is lightweight and compact for easy carrying
- 420 stainless steel multi-tool with a satin finish
- Packed with (10) essential tools and comes with a leather sheath for added portability
- Compound Leverage doubles cutting power
- Comes with a limited lifetime warranty
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A precision instrument for cutting, personal care, and the unexpected, the CrossCut multi-tool from SOG Specialty Knives & Tools (model CC51-CP) features gear-driven compound leverage that provides big-sized cutting power in such a compact multi-tool. It includes 10 tools: spring-loaded scissors, a knife blade, small and medium flat screwdrivers, a set of tweezers, a nail file/cleaner, bottle opener, pick, and rulers. It also features a lanyard loop.
Compound Leverage has become a SOG patented trademark for folding tools. With the same hand pressure you will generate twice the wire cutting and gripping power than all other conventional designs.
Caring for Your Multi-Tool
Regularly clean and fully dry your multi-tool, especially after use. When necessary, oil the pivot points with a light oil. Be sure to clean the blade and handle set after each use. A mild solution of soap and water should remove any dirt and debris that have accumulated during use (avoid harsh detergents such as laundry or dish soap, and chlorine products). It is best not to immerse your folding tool in water.
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. Also, a can of compressed air is useful for completely clearing out any embedded dirt or lint. Apply a light coat of water-displacing oil (such as WD-40 or 3-In-1) or other desiccant (a drying agent), and then wipe down and lightly lubricate the tool's surface and pivot points. This will not only remove any dirt and debris which might inhibit the tool's functioning, but will also help prevent oxidation and rusting on the surface steel.
What's in the Box
CC51-CP CrossCut multi-tool
Compact multi-tool with 10 tools (view larger).
Top Customer Reviews
First, the packaging is really tough, and once I got the first crosscut open with my SOG Specialty Knives & Tools TF-1 Trident, Black TiNi, I tested it out on the second package.
Second, this is a really good pair of scissors. It's not great for cardboard, because the body get's in the way of the cut. But it has a small knife for that. What it really excels at is cutting thin metal. I didn't even think about it and tried to cut through some 1/2 inch steel strapping. I barely had to try, thanks to the compound leverage. I have a harder time with cutting pliers.
Also, I bought two because I gave one to my brother. Too bad I wanted to play with mine, or I would have waited till Christmas to give it to him.
The CrossCut is made in China but it is still a great SOG product. When open, the scissors have little play in them and none between the blades. What I like most is that it is assembled with torx screws. The tools and scissor blades can all be removed, with only the handles and springs riveted together. I like taking things apart, so I appreciate it when something is designed without glue or rivets, and torx is my favorite type of screw.
Overall, this is a great tool. Because of its small size, I take it everywhere I go.
The gear-drive on the scissors makes cutting cord, cardboard, paper, and those pesky plastic bubble packs that it seems like everything is packed in any more, a snap! Decent pen knife, really good tweezers, toothpick, regular screwdriver, nail file / nail cleaner, and a small screwdriver that is perfect for eyeglasses screw. Hook it on a keychain, or put one in your Altoids tin PSK (Personal Survival Kit).
You'll be surprised at how many times a day you wind up using this handy little tool.
The scissor blades are not very sharp at all. Not only that, they meet at a bad angle. They cut very poorly. Tools without compound leverage but with better designed blades cut *much* heavier material. (The best in my experience is the Gerber Splice.)
Like SOG's other multitools, you have to open the main multitool to get at the other tools. This is annoying. I am willing to put up with this for the PowerAssist because of SOG's great compound leverage pliers, but there are no corresponding advantages to this tool. (The Leatherman Micra has the same defect, but the Leatherman CS and the Gerber Splice do not.)
Again, like SOG's other multitools, it's very hard to open only one tool. You get several of them. I don't know why SOG can't fix this; nearly every other multitool on the market gets this right.
I have used the toothpick on this tool, when I didn't have any other multitools that had a toothpick handy.
I really wanted to like this tool, but I just can't. The only advantage of it is that it's cheaper than some of its competitors. But if you can afford an extra $10, get yourself a Leatherman CS or a Gerber Splice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Why the chisel sharpened knife blade? No problem, really, just wondering.
The scissors is NOT, very definitely, the same quality of sharpness and alignment as other... Read more
I liked it for the first couple times i used it but they broke cutting open a cardboard box.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's "OK" but it's not the original. The original, which I had for YEARS finally had it's springs break. I just wanted to get new springs, but nooooooo. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patterson
a bit stiff to open, scissorrs blades are sturdy but effective, knife is difficult to use without injury.Published 2 months ago by John Beland
Very useful and minimal. Only problem is you can't press too hard when using the scissors: your palm achesPublished 2 months ago by RobbieBAires
Want a good laugh? Buy one of these. It is such junk that it should be framed and put in a museum. The precision made utilities attached (maybe attached) to this instrument just... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bruce
Not as good as the Leatherman at about the same price. Not as polished a tool.Published 3 months ago by Emanuel Flecker
I bought this to replace a Leatherman Micra I'd lost.
Bad choice. The Micra is better.