5-in-1 Survival Multi-Purpose Tool
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  • Black-coated stainless steel
  • No-slip rubber handle grip
  • Includes a compass in the handle
  • And a nylon sheath w/ snap button closure
  • 13 1/2" overall

This 5-in-1 Folding Multi-Purpose Tool is constructed of black-coated stainless steel with a no-slip rubber handle grip. This 5-in-1 tool can be used as a shovel, axe, bottle opener, wood saw, hammer and pick so you can do any job with just one tool. 13 1/2" ov.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.27 out of 5
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Not bad for the price Reviewed by Michael Adamson on Aug 13, 2018   4 out of 5

Not every tool fits on the handle very well. I keep an assortment of washers and a small crescent wrench in the bag to make sure every tool snug and tight. Brought it camping and every tool did what it was supposed to. The axe needed some sharpening, but overall I was very pleased with the purchase

Better than paid for Reviewed by John Pitt on Jul 18, 2018   4 out of 5

Got it on sale so was pretty inexpensive. Came with everything as advertised. Saw is actually sharp and usable, shovel is small but will work for an emergency. That didn't even pretend to have an edge. Compass actually works. Pouch seems ok, heavy duty canvas. Big complaint, the ax only looks like it may have an edge. Will take a lot of work. Still, handy to keep behind seat of my truck.

I got my money's worth!! Reviewed by Terry Pierce on Mar 17, 2018   5 out of 5

I paid 10.00 for it, and the hatchet was dull. Every knife owner has a sharpener though. The hammer is light, but I bought it for my wife when we are foraging for mushrooms, roots, and other items in the woods. The saw cuts, the shovel digs,the hammer will drive nails, and the spike trenches when she is metal detecting. What else to say? It fits in her day bag.

great product. Reviewed by bambi gibas on Aug 10, 2016   5 out of 5

its better then i thought it was going to be. in the video it shows a flimsy cotter pin holding it together. i was thinking of a way to make it better. but when i opened it up they got a big bolt and wing nut on it. so im verry happy. thank you BUDK. great tool i give 5 stars.

Great Survival Tool Reviewed by James Noe on Jun 04, 2015   4 out of 5

Have told this tool is great when camping!!

flimsy but good idea Reviewed by Bob on Mar 03, 2015   1 out of 5

I have to agree with many other reviewers, this is a small weak piece. mine needed to be tweaked just change the heads, and I was able to bend it with my bare hands. I can't think of anything I can confidently use this for. I will let the kids use it to play in the sand at the beach without the cutting heads, of course.

great for the price Reviewed by Nick on Mar 03, 2015   4 out of 5

thought this was a nice little tool to keep in the trunk of the car for when we go to the cementary, to put the plants we bring in the planters etc ... I wouldn't try to survive out in the wilderness with it :)

Small and Flimsy Reviewed by Michael on Jan 27, 2015   1 out of 5

Small in size, and kinda flimsy. Not a horrible product but not a great product. The saw was curved when i took it out of the packaging, the ax wasn't even semi-sharp. Would not be great for camping or survival. But I'm sure I can find a use for it, maybe. Not what I was expecting but I only paid $10 for it on $10 Tuesday.

Nothing Locks!!! Reviewed by Bud Johnson on Apr 10, 2014   1 out of 5

You could get hurt very easily trying to use any of the tools- none, including the shovel, lock into place for use. I wouldn't change the catbox with it...Not heavy enough to be a doorstop....maybe wire it to a macrame board and call it art.

Cheap toy not a tool Reviewed by bud johnson on Mar 25, 2014   1 out of 5

Waste of money. A gardening tool at best. It's tiny and flimsy.

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