|Item Weight||1.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 5 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||ST66676|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ST66676|
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Swiss+Tech ST66676 Polished SS 6-in-1 Utility Key Multitool for Keychain for Auto, Camping, Hardware
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Swiss+Tech represents a quantum leap in the art of micro-tool making. They're compact, easily transportable tools that combine craftsmanship and innovation to create a new category of patented consumer products--Key Ring Tools.
Unlike all other multi-function tools, many Swiss+Tech tools have a patented, quick-release, integrated locking system that attaches to any key ring, thereby eliminating the need for an additional ring or belt holster. These innovative, high-quality, light-weight products fulfill a common need--having the tools you need when you need them. They make a great gift.
The Utili-Key 6-in-1 multi-tool is lightest and most compact multi-use tool ever developed. This ultra-light, durable and precision crafted 6-in-1 mini-tool has a straight knife blade and a serrated cutting surface, a flat screwdriver, a Phillips screwdriver, a micro-sized screwdriver, and a bottle opener, and weighs in at an amazing 0.5 oz.
The tool makes minor repairs, assemblies, installations, and hundreds of jobs an easy undertaking. The patented quick-release design easily snaps to your key ring, and just as easily releases for multiple everyday tasks. Ideal for indoor or outdoor activities and emergency situations, this tool comes in handy on the road and at home.
What's in the Box?
Swiss+Tech Utili-Key 6-in-1 Multi-Tool with:
- Flat Screwdriver
- Phillips Screwdriver
- Micro-Sized Screwdriver
- Straight Blade Knife
- Serrated Blade Knife
- Bottle Opener
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It's the size of a large car key. When it is locked on the keyring, it isn't going anywhere unless and until I am ready to use it. The screwdriver heads are fully functional and sturdy, although there is a risk of getting cut on the knife blade if it is handled carelessly (not like I'd do that, but this isn't a kid's toy). The blade is sharp and stays that way very well.
If you like being prepared for anything that might happen, this is a must-have tool for you. Check out the rest of Swiss-Tech's product line as well.
One warning: Do _not_ carry a Utili-Key in anything carried on a plane. Scanners do know what they are and how to find them. Stow it instead because it will be confiscated otherwise. I hate taking it off my keychain when I travel, but it must be done.
Now that I've had it for a while, it seems well worth the money. This product was made in China and unfortunately I have seen some low quality steel tools that were made there, thankfully this one is an exception. The tool opens and closes precisely and seems to have tight tolerances. The serration's on the lower knife portion seem to have been carefully cut. It looks as though one side of the Utili-Key is slightly more polished than the other, probably for marketing reasons as the more jeweled side was facing up in the retail box. This is a minor point as the other side still looks just fine.
When I first bought the Utili-Key, it was not clear to me that it would open up a full 180 degrees. That would have been okay since the tool is completely functional when opened 90 degrees. There are no springs involved, and it appears to be made of out of exactly 3 pieces of steel. It clicks into either of the two open positions with a bit of pressure and stays in place fairly well, but it is not locked into position which means that it can still close up on your finger if not used carefully. The knife is very sharp and it could cause an accidental injury during the use of the philips part of the tool since the blade is opposite the philips head.
The tool is so small and unobtrusive that I cannot imagine why anyone would not want to have the easy convenience of it right on the old key-ring.Read more ›
I'd call the experiment a qualified success. The key has been with me all over the place on flights and no one's said a word to me about it. I fly fairly frequently, so I'd estimate 12-18 flights with this thing. It's great in a pinch, but I wouldn't call it a replacement for a more robust multi-tool.
The key doesn't take up a lot of space or weigh as much as a small leatherman (though the key is long, as keys go). The bottle opener requires a little bit of care and finesse because whenever the key is open, you've got a blade exposed. That said, it's pretty well designed. I have managed to torque one of the screwdriver heads, but it was against a pretty rusty bolt, so I can't blame the tool.
This key is well made and serves its purpose. It won't replace your leatherman or even a keychain-sized leatherman, but it's some consolation for the inability to carry a real multi-tool when you travel.
• Packaging is nice. Instead of just listing every tool, the tools are diagrammed on the package. You don’t have to hunt and peck for the tools. Also, the item is nicely secured in the packaging.
• The size and weight of the item allows you to put it on your keyring or necklace and not add much bulk or weight. The item weighs .5 oz.
• The serrated and straight blades were both very sharp. Serrated edge cuts through thick cardboard boxes, straight blade cuts paper. No idea how long the blade will hold the edge.
• A sturdy little tool, no bending or flexing when in use.
• This item is very hard for me to open. I struggled with it the first time. It gets easier with use, but is still difficult and requires both hands.
• Because the item takes two hands to open, you might drop your keys while opening it from your keyring. This is no big deal as long as you are aware of it. I forgot about it being attached to my keyring a few times and my keys fell to the ground. If you are preoccupied when you pull this out, you might not notice losing your keys.
• The straight edge and the serrated edge are both so short that I don’t see them being useful very often. They are blades of last resort.
• The eyeglass screwdriver is a little too large for the 2 pair of glasses I tried it on. However, many YouTube reviewers said it worked great for them.
This item is for you if you need a redundancy tool. Great for stocking stuffers, glove boxes, mini first aid kits, etc.
This item is NOT for you if you are looking for a primary tool, survival item, or tactical item. It simply isn’t designed for that kind of use.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You can clearly tell from the picture that this tool has an opening key ring connection, but I find that in practice it makes the tool much less functional -- you can't use it... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Donald
This thing is awesome! The best part is I always have it with me because it fits so nicely on my key ring. Read morePublished 1 day ago by M. Smith
Fabulous tool to have on my keychain! I use this thing often.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer