• SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
  • SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
  • SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
  • SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
  • SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
  • SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool
SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool

SE MT908-1 11-Function Stainless Steel Survival Pocket Tool

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  • Credit card-sized (easily fits inside your wallet, pocket, etc.)
  • Comes in a black fitted leatherette carrying case
  • 11 Functions include the following: Can opener / Bottle cap opener /
  • 4-Position wrench / 2-Position wrench / Butterfly screw wrench / Direction ancillary wrench /
  • Knife edge / Saw blade / Screwdriver / Ruler / Keychain hole (for easy attachment onto your gear)

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Good little toolI really like this multi-tool. I use it frequently for opening letters, packages, and bottles. I've only used the allen wrench twice, and I don't think I've used any of the other options yet, but it is just so handy to have something that fits nicely in my wallet and does these small tasks well. I have girl pockets, so I don't have room to carry a multi-tool or some kind of pocket knife. Hell, I can't even really hold my phone in my pockets. But this tool fits in my wallet, so I never lose it.Also, be wary of airport security. I can go through Idaho, California, and British Columbia airport security, but I've had it confiscated in South Korea and Utah. If you're worried about it getting taken away, just remember to put it in your checked baggage instead. Overall, love this little tool. 5Definitely the wrong choice for a survival tool.The product arrived on time, I opened it up and it pretty much fits in the palm of my hand. It comes with a little soft plastic case that it fits into. As far as the features, I am unimpressed. The saw feature could cut something but it would probably take an entire day which, in a survival situation, is probably time better spent on something else, like building/finding a shelter or food. The knife feature is ok for making tiny wood shavings, I did try this on some pine which is not an incredibly hard wood. But beyond making little shavings, I m not sure what it would be good for. Maybe cutting a very soft fish open, or your own fingers, the can opener doesn t really work, you can poke a hole in a can lid but that s about it, also the tiny card that comes with this shows a picture of a sharp can opener area, and the one I received was basically rounded. The measurement feature is 1 and 9/16 inches long which doesn t seem very helpful to anyone... also it doesn t actually say the length of the measurement area anywhere on the tool, I had to use an actual ruler to measure it. The two areas that are supposed to be for removing bold or nuts are oddly sized, and really only the largest one seems like it might be able to remove an actual nut or bolt. The smaller ones look like they would be for nuts/bolts within the body of a computer, which I think is highly unlikely to come across in a survival situation. The wing nut removal slit in this tool is very, very narrow. I m not expert on wing nut sizes but in my own experience I have never come across one that has such thin wings. A sturdy rock would be a better tool for removing a wing nut in a survival situation. The bottle opener may work, I did not have a bottle available to try it on but if your looking for just a bottle opener there are much better options. The ancillary compass is ridiculous, the hole is tiny, and the chances of having a small enough piece of metal for it are slim to none. I tried a piece of a paperclip and actually magnetized it with a magnet, not by rubbing it against my hair as the info card suggests, and it just sank, so I tried a small piece of thin, magnetized safety wire and that sank too. If you re wondering why I didn t try floating the metal bits on a leaf like the info card suggests to do, it because I didn t think a leaf that was less that half an inch long was a plausible thing for me to find. Also the water seeps out from under the tool, even when it s placed on it s plastic sheath like the info card tells you to do. The one thing that did work was the screwdriver corner, but it s kind of hard to mess up a flat piece of stainless steel.In conclusion, if you re planning on going out into the wilderness you re much better off just bringing a good old Leatherman multi tool, only bring this thing if you plan on doing some fishing and need a sinker. 1Just what I need!I rarely use tools, but on the rare occasion that I need one, I groan thinking that I need to go buy the respective tool which, again, I'll rarely use anyway.This multi-use pocket tool is just what a gal like me needs! There's a screwdriver, 4 position wrench, butterfly wrench, direction anxillary wrench, and 2 position wrench for my common tool needs. On top of that, there is a can opener, knife edge, ruler, cap opener (very handy to have!), and saw blade for any other random emergency, which I find very useful. The best thing about this pocket tool is that unlike other multi-tools, it is flat, and fits in your wallet! They also provide a carrying case (which I prefer over my wallet) so one can simply store it in their bag.They advertise a lanyard hole, which is the one thing I would advise against, because the knife edge and saw blade are sharp and I wouldn't want this tool hanging around my body. But on the bright side, with a stainless steel make, the tools are actually sharp-- a pleasant surprise. This won't break on you with average use. Again, just what a gal like me needs! :-) 5Pray you never need it.This review is being left by the husband for whom it was bought.It's cool enough; but pray you never need to use it. The "tools" it includes are of questionable use, mostly. The "saw" would be useful if you have enough cordage to strap it to a stick or other handle, but to use barehanded would be quite difficult and likely painful. The "wrenches" I haven't tried on anything yet. Again, you'll need a handle, as any nut with any amount of torque will need some mechanical advantage to overcome. The can opener I haven't tried, but looks like it would work, and the "lanyard hole" is listed as one of the eleven "tools" when it's just a hole.The radial gauge? Not sure how useful that would be as this is easily approximated in the mind's eye, but I guess some people need a physical object. The screwdrivers are typical survival tool type.Useful? In an emergency, I'd rather have this than nothing, but I'm sure there are better designs or at least designs that are more useful to the [sub]urbanite EDC-minded fella. Fits in my wallet, and doesn't make it toooooo much thicker (I'd forgotten it was there until I saw this reminder) but this isn't exactly a credit card. It's a little thicker, and slightly smaller length-width. Nice addition to my budding collection of now ...... four survival-minded EDC items I have. I plan to add other credit-card style objects like this in the future but this was a cute start. 4Decent tool for a buckENGLISH LAYOUT DIAGRAM: http://puu.sh/1ndYmPROS:* Made out of stamped stainless steel. Tough as can be.* Well-made. No visible flaws* Useful pocket tool: can opener, bottle opener, knife edge, saw edge, wrench, ruler, straight-edge* Plastic pocketCONS:* Instructions in Chinese. (See above URL for English)* Contrary to description, is not "credit card size". Significantly smaller... more like business card size: appx 1.75" x 2.75"* Be very careful when using it as a wrench. I count four rather sharp sections on it (knife, saw and 2-pointed can opener)* Wrenches are small and limited in size. Useful if the nut just happens to be the right size.* A big chunk of tool area (the lower right circle with a notch) is dedicated to a "direction ancillary wrench" (if you don't know what it is, join the club). I Googled that term and the only reference I could find for this apparent-spin-term is related directly to this device and appears to be a totally made-up description (maybe it loses something in the translation). Another site calls it a "sun compass" (what, like "if the sun is in the east...). In short, whatever it is, it takes up quite a bit of space and is fairly useless-- unless you want to draw a circle with a notch in it.I was tempted to give this 3 stars because of the cons. But hey, it's a buck and what it comes down to in the end is: "How useful is this device?" I have to admit, a can opener, bottle opener, knife blade, saw and screwdriver in a wallet-size tool might come in handy from time to time-- if one doesn't want to carry around a multi-function pocket knife. So this gets 4 stars for "what it is" (not 5 stars because the "direction ancillary wrench" is silly).Are there other devices that are portable and do the job better? Sure. Any decent multi-function pocket knife would be a good alternative. Far more useful, easily portable. But that doesn't de-value this item; it just means there are many better choices out there. If you're a businessman and don't like bulk in your pockets, if you don't carry a purse, and if you don't want to carry around a multi-function pocket knife... or conversely if you only want to spend a buck... this item is good quality and does what it says.Except for the "direction ancillary wrench" part. That's just goofy. 4It's okThis is an ok tool for what you pay for. Its nice to have around the house or in the car. I've only used the knife part to cut open boxes. It is smaller than I expected-smaller than a credit card. So it is kind of hard to hold on to, especially since the saw part is place where your hand needs to grip. Be sure not to travel with it since it is not TSA approved. 3Does it hurt your hand when u use it? DO THIS!!It comes with the sheath, USE IT! Now that being said you can not use the sheath for every function, but the cutting,prying and driving functions you can. It's not a flawed tool,it's FLAWED USERS. Also it works great for a fire steal striker!!! 5Fun, handy, and well madeIncluded these in Christmas stockings and gift bags for the men (and outdoorsy women) in my family. I can't speak to how well all the tool's functions work (possibly only the bottle opener has been tested thus far ;) ), but everyone agreed that it was a handy and fun item to have on hand. Slips easily into a wallet and seems to be well made. Perfect addition to a gift for an outdoorsy or survival-oriented individual. 5Compact and Convenient Little ToolI went through a 6 month phase where I was obsessed with mulit-tools. This happened to be one of the tools I purchased and also happens to be the only one (of around a dozen) that I haven't thrown out. Its design is simple and elegant and amazingly compact. No it will not be easy to use if the need ever arises. And yes a socket set, utility knife, bottle opener, and so on would work much better for the task you happen to use it for, but you can't fit that laundry list of tools in your wallet.So basically it is like most multi tools in that it is an inconvenient lifesaving device. Inconvenient because of its lack of usability in comparison to the standard size tools it mimics but life saving because of its unique ability to be effortlessly transported everywhere you go. 5Solid BuyHad this wallet tool for a couple years now. It's in my wallet everyday. I don't travel much so TSA isn't an issue for although I do not think this is TSA approved. The knife is quite sharp (although it's rarely if ever been used so wear and tear is not known), the saw is very good with very! sharp teeth. Bottle open is probably the most convenient and used since I always have it on me. I haven't needed to use the can opener but I'm sure it would work great.The metal is quite thick 1/6-1/8 inch and near indestructible. The one I got came with a faux leather sleeve so it won't cut the wallet and also keeps its scratch free and clean.4/5 stars only because there is a sharp edge on adjacent sides, making it uncomfortable or unsafe to use depending on the situation. The saw should be moved to the end opposite the knife so you have to edges to grip it with safely. Other than that good tool for the gadget geek or soft core survivalist. 4
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Good little toolI really like this multi-tool. I use it frequently for opening letters, packages, and bottles. I've only used the allen wrench twice, and I don't think I've used any of the other options yet, but it is just so handy to have something that fits nicely in my wallet and does these small tasks well. I have girl pockets, so I don't have room to carry a multi-tool or some kind of pocket knife. Hell, I can't even really hold my phone in my pockets. But this tool fits in my wallet, so I never lose it.Also, be wary of airport security. I can go through Idaho, California, and British Columbia airport security, but I've had it confiscated in South Korea and Utah. If you're worried about it getting taken away, just remember to put it in your checked baggage instead. Overall, love this little tool. 5Definitely the wrong choice for a survival tool.The product arrived on time, I opened it up and it pretty much fits in the palm of my hand. It comes with a little soft plastic case that it fits into. As far as the features, I am unimpressed. The saw feature could cut something but it would probably take an entire day which, in a survival situation, is probably time better spent on something else, like building/finding a shelter or food. The knife feature is ok for making tiny wood shavings, I did try this on some pine which is not an incredibly hard wood. But beyond making little shavings, I m not sure what it would be good for. Maybe cutting a very soft fish open, or your own fingers, the can opener doesn t really work, you can poke a hole in a can lid but that s about it, also the tiny card that comes with this shows a picture of a sharp can opener area, and the one I received was basically rounded. The measurement feature is 1 and 9/16 inches long which doesn t seem very helpful to anyone... also it doesn t actually say the length of the measurement area anywhere on the tool, I had to use an actual ruler to measure it. The two areas that are supposed to be for removing bold or nuts are oddly sized, and really only the largest one seems like it might be able to remove an actual nut or bolt. The smaller ones look like they would be for nuts/bolts within the body of a computer, which I think is highly unlikely to come across in a survival situation. The wing nut removal slit in this tool is very, very narrow. I m not expert on wing nut sizes but in my own experience I have never come across one that has such thin wings. A sturdy rock would be a better tool for removing a wing nut in a survival situation. The bottle opener may work, I did not have a bottle available to try it on but if your looking for just a bottle opener there are much better options. The ancillary compass is ridiculous, the hole is tiny, and the chances of having a small enough piece of metal for it are slim to none. I tried a piece of a paperclip and actually magnetized it with a magnet, not by rubbing it against my hair as the info card suggests, and it just sank, so I tried a small piece of thin, magnetized safety wire and that sank too. If you re wondering why I didn t try floating the metal bits on a leaf like the info card suggests to do, it because I didn t think a leaf that was less that half an inch long was a plausible thing for me to find. Also the water seeps out from under the tool, even when it s placed on it s plastic sheath like the info card tells you to do. The one thing that did work was the screwdriver corner, but it s kind of hard to mess up a flat piece of stainless steel.In conclusion, if you re planning on going out into the wilderness you re much better off just bringing a good old Leatherman multi tool, only bring this thing if you plan on doing some fishing and need a sinker. 1Just what I need!I rarely use tools, but on the rare occasion that I need one, I groan thinking that I need to go buy the respective tool which, again, I'll rarely use anyway.This multi-use pocket tool is just what a gal like me needs! There's a screwdriver, 4 position wrench, butterfly wrench, direction anxillary wrench, and 2 position wrench for my common tool needs. On top of that, there is a can opener, knife edge, ruler, cap opener (very handy to have!), and saw blade for any other random emergency, which I find very useful. The best thing about this pocket tool is that unlike other multi-tools, it is flat, and fits in your wallet! They also provide a carrying case (which I prefer over my wallet) so one can simply store it in their bag.They advertise a lanyard hole, which is the one thing I would advise against, because the knife edge and saw blade are sharp and I wouldn't want this tool hanging around my body. But on the bright side, with a stainless steel make, the tools are actually sharp-- a pleasant surprise. This won't break on you with average use. Again, just what a gal like me needs! :-) 5Pray you never need it.This review is being left by the husband for whom it was bought.It's cool enough; but pray you never need to use it. The "tools" it includes are of questionable use, mostly. The "saw" would be useful if you have enough cordage to strap it to a stick or other handle, but to use barehanded would be quite difficult and likely painful. The "wrenches" I haven't tried on anything yet. Again, you'll need a handle, as any nut with any amount of torque will need some mechanical advantage to overcome. The can opener I haven't tried, but looks like it would work, and the "lanyard hole" is listed as one of the eleven "tools" when it's just a hole.The radial gauge? Not sure how useful that would be as this is easily approximated in the mind's eye, but I guess some people need a physical object. The screwdrivers are typical survival tool type.Useful? In an emergency, I'd rather have this than nothing, but I'm sure there are better designs or at least designs that are more useful to the [sub]urbanite EDC-minded fella. Fits in my wallet, and doesn't make it toooooo much thicker (I'd forgotten it was there until I saw this reminder) but this isn't exactly a credit card. It's a little thicker, and slightly smaller length-width. Nice addition to my budding collection of now ...... four survival-minded EDC items I have. I plan to add other credit-card style objects like this in the future but this was a cute start. 4Decent tool for a buckENGLISH LAYOUT DIAGRAM: http://puu.sh/1ndYmPROS:* Made out of stamped stainless steel. Tough as can be.* Well-made. No visible flaws* Useful pocket tool: can opener, bottle opener, knife edge, saw edge, wrench, ruler, straight-edge* Plastic pocketCONS:* Instructions in Chinese. (See above URL for English)* Contrary to description, is not "credit card size". Significantly smaller... more like business card size: appx 1.75" x 2.75"* Be very careful when using it as a wrench. I count four rather sharp sections on it (knife, saw and 2-pointed can opener)* Wrenches are small and limited in size. Useful if the nut just happens to be the right size.* A big chunk of tool area (the lower right circle with a notch) is dedicated to a "direction ancillary wrench" (if you don't know what it is, join the club). I Googled that term and the only reference I could find for this apparent-spin-term is related directly to this device and appears to be a totally made-up description (maybe it loses something in the translation). Another site calls it a "sun compass" (what, like "if the sun is in the east...). In short, whatever it is, it takes up quite a bit of space and is fairly useless-- unless you want to draw a circle with a notch in it.I was tempted to give this 3 stars because of the cons. But hey, it's a buck and what it comes down to in the end is: "How useful is this device?" I have to admit, a can opener, bottle opener, knife blade, saw and screwdriver in a wallet-size tool might come in handy from time to time-- if one doesn't want to carry around a multi-function pocket knife. So this gets 4 stars for "what it is" (not 5 stars because the "direction ancillary wrench" is silly).Are there other devices that are portable and do the job better? Sure. Any decent multi-function pocket knife would be a good alternative. Far more useful, easily portable. But that doesn't de-value this item; it just means there are many better choices out there. If you're a businessman and don't like bulk in your pockets, if you don't carry a purse, and if you don't want to carry around a multi-function pocket knife... or conversely if you only want to spend a buck... this item is good quality and does what it says.Except for the "direction ancillary wrench" part. That's just goofy. 4It's okThis is an ok tool for what you pay for. Its nice to have around the house or in the car. I've only used the knife part to cut open boxes. It is smaller than I expected-smaller than a credit card. So it is kind of hard to hold on to, especially since the saw part is place where your hand needs to grip. Be sure not to travel with it since it is not TSA approved. 3Does it hurt your hand when u use it? DO THIS!!It comes with the sheath, USE IT! Now that being said you can not use the sheath for every function, but the cutting,prying and driving functions you can. It's not a flawed tool,it's FLAWED USERS. Also it works great for a fire steal striker!!! 5Fun, handy, and well madeIncluded these in Christmas stockings and gift bags for the men (and outdoorsy women) in my family. I can't speak to how well all the tool's functions work (possibly only the bottle opener has been tested thus far ;) ), but everyone agreed that it was a handy and fun item to have on hand. Slips easily into a wallet and seems to be well made. Perfect addition to a gift for an outdoorsy or survival-oriented individual. 5Compact and Convenient Little ToolI went through a 6 month phase where I was obsessed with mulit-tools. This happened to be one of the tools I purchased and also happens to be the only one (of around a dozen) that I haven't thrown out. Its design is simple and elegant and amazingly compact. No it will not be easy to use if the need ever arises. And yes a socket set, utility knife, bottle opener, and so on would work much better for the task you happen to use it for, but you can't fit that laundry list of tools in your wallet.So basically it is like most multi tools in that it is an inconvenient lifesaving device. Inconvenient because of its lack of usability in comparison to the standard size tools it mimics but life saving because of its unique ability to be effortlessly transported everywhere you go. 5Solid BuyHad this wallet tool for a couple years now. It's in my wallet everyday. I don't travel much so TSA isn't an issue for although I do not think this is TSA approved. The knife is quite sharp (although it's rarely if ever been used so wear and tear is not known), the saw is very good with very! sharp teeth. Bottle open is probably the most convenient and used since I always have it on me. I haven't needed to use the can opener but I'm sure it would work great.The metal is quite thick 1/6-1/8 inch and near indestructible. The one I got came with a faux leather sleeve so it won't cut the wallet and also keeps its scratch free and clean.4/5 stars only because there is a sharp edge on adjacent sides, making it uncomfortable or unsafe to use depending on the situation. The saw should be moved to the end opposite the knife so you have to edges to grip it with safely. Other than that good tool for the gadget geek or soft core survivalist. 4
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