|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 2.3 x 0.7 inches|
|Item model number||S62N-CP|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Color||w/ V-Cutter, One Size|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||limited lifetime warranty|
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SOG Specialty Knives & Tools S62N-CP PowerLock V-Cutter Multi-Tool with Double Tooth Saw and Nylon Sheath, 22-Tools Combined, Satin Finish
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- 22-tool multi-tool by SOG
- Tools equipped with independent Lockbar
- All tools removable and replaceable via hex nut construction
- PowerLock V-cutter multi-tool is equipped for cutting, gripping, personal care and the unexpected
- 420 steel multi-tool with a half-serrated blade and a satin finish
- Packed with (22) essential tools and comes with a nylon sheath for added portability
- Locks on both the blade and tools protect you from injuries and allow for safe storage
- Comes with a limited lifetime warranty
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Combining Compound Leverage and PowerLock Technology for Safe, Easy Use
Driven by an exclusive interlocking gear system, SOG's patented Compound Leverage technology is a legend in folding tools. With the proprietary technology's increased leverage, SOG pliers generate twice the power of their conventional counterparts, minimizing the amount of hand pressure that is required to get the most torque out of the tool. And using SOG's PowerLock technology, the S62-N features removable, pivoting handle covers that improve hand comfort and allow for additional pressure on tough jobs.
Heavy-Duty Components Meet Professional Needs
With over a dozen components, from pliers to screwdrivers, and industrial-grade, quality design, the S62-N includes everything a professional contractor or casual do-it-yourselfer needs, including the first foldable 1/4-inch drive that can turn sockets and hex screwdriver tips (when used with the use of a standard adapter sold separately).
Ergonomic, Lightweight Design Ensures Comfortable Use
Like all the multi-tools in the PowerPlier Series, the S62-N PowerLock multi-tool can be opened and closed with a one-handed flip of the wrist. Additionally, all tool components are easily accessed and lock open with the easy-to-use, patent-pending Piano-Locks. One of the simplest and safest locking devices ever engineered for a multi-tool, Piano-Locks let you simply press the back of the lock to close the component into the handle.
The S62-N 's smooth handle surfaces promote comfort on even the toughest jobs. Additional ergonomic features include gear covers and hex bolts that provide easy access to the tools. And at just 9.6 ounces, this multi-tool is lightweight and easy to carry. A nylon pouch with belt loop is included for convenient portability.
This multi-tool is backed by a lifetime warranty that protects against defects in manufacturing and materials.
About SOG: Strong, Innovative Specialty Tools
SOG originally stood for Studies and Observation Group, an elite joint services military group designed to handle covert operations during the Vietnam War. SOG Specialty Knives & Tools was founded in the spirit of this elite group and became the first knife manufacturer to offer an expanded line that included fixed blades, folding knives, and multipurpose tools.
Each SOG product is created by 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.
What's in the Box
S62-N PowerLock multi-tool and nylon carrying pouch.
Top Customer Reviews
The power assist gears for the pliers seem to help give a greater grip. However, I really try to not use them where a wrench would work better. They cut small diameter wire well, but I would hesitate to cut hard metals with them as I don't want to damage the tool. I have had 3 different GERBER tools, but this SOG is my favorite, hands down. I don't have any experience with a Leatherman, so I can't make a good comparison there. I would buy this tool again in a heartbeat. The V TOOL works great for cutting small diameter cord and line.
The first multi-tool worth your money is a SOG Powerlock ( various models are now available to suit your needs). This folding tool isn't new, a fact that speaks to its highly regarded Compound Leverage mechanism that generates twice the pressure and gripping power of lesser tools. To wit: this thing is the Jaws of multitools. Beyond strength, you'll love the pivoting handle covers that really do improve comfort and dexterity. All the essential tools are intricately positioned for deployment, including a quarter-inch drive socket, spring-loaded scissors, half-serrated knife blade, saw, several screwdrivers and Phillips-style model, wire cutters, file... and on and on. And for you showoffs out there, the PowerLock's ability to open with a quick flick of the wrist is undeniably cool. The PowerLock features removable, pivoting handle covers that improve the comfort profile for your hand.Read more ›
Sharp. Never in my life have I received a new tool that was so well sharpened.
Has what you need. Many tools feel weighed down by useless tools. Not here.
V-Cutter. I love this tool. Used it to; cut up plastic tarp, open up bags of stuff, clip ends of zip ties...
Tools are replaceable.
The flaps that cover the tools come off their hinge so easily. But really you could just get rid of them.
Don't care much for the PowerLock. Having to hold down a button whilst I hold open a flap with my fingers in the way of the blade.
All that said I'm very happy with the tool. SOG knows what they are doing.
Amazing Buy! Just do it! You'll thank yourself later!
Yesterday, I went to replace my shower's cartridge because it was leaky and decided to have the SOG S62 with me in case I need to usethe sharp pliers for something in the holes, SOG's needlenose is much smaller which is something I love. Well I did need it, and it totally failed (I'll post with picture). I got a solid grip and pulled on the part that needed to come out, and POP! I thought I got the job done, but I looked down and the cartridge was not in the tub, instead I saw the tip on the pliers.
It's great that the powerlock feature allows you to have a stronger grip, but what's the point of a more powerful grip if it can break, definitely needs stronger metal with that extra force users can put in. I've never had a leatherman fail this badly...yet. I'm sure others have doing rougher task than myself, it just amazed me that I broke this after 2 months of ownership and having never really used it for much.
I will be updating this review once I get it replaired by SOG....which by the way, I have to pay for shipping to them Washington
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Sog knife pliers are great knife is junk and safety locks are terrible no comparison to a leathermanPublished 18 months ago by neal
Smooth opening with strong structure and size is a plus for handling stubborn situations. Only minor drawback may be the handle covers will loosen.Published on February 20, 2014 by Jim Bartholomew
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