Timber Wolf Undertaker Multi-Tool
$15.99
2 or more only $15.00 each!
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  • Handsome hardwood grips
  • 12 popular driver bits included
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Includes tough nylon pouch
  • Closed length: 4 1/2"
  • Great for cars, pockets, kitchen drawers and more


Loosen and tighten bolts, fix a leaky faucet, tie a fly, open a paint can or just sit back and peel an apple! Constructed from solid stainless steel with classic hardwood grips.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.82 out of 5
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Perfect for EDC! Reviewed by on Aug 06, 2018   5 out of 5

Got one of these years back & it's been a very useful part of my EDC ever since. Why spend $100+ on a Gerber or Leatherman when this will do the same job for a fraction of the price?



Doctor Ron Reviewed by on Apr 23, 2018   5 out of 5

When on sale in December I purchased a dozen of these for Christmas gifts. Lots of favorable comments. Wish I had saved one for myself! Back order since then. Please expedite acquisition.



Reviewed by keith geo on Jul 23, 2014   5 out of 5

worth every penny great tool



Great for the price Reviewed by Mario on Jan 14, 2014   4 out of 5

I bought two of these one for me and the other to my oldest son. My son loves it very much and I'm thinking buying one more for someone's birthday gift. For $15.99 you can't go wrong.



Great multi tool Reviewed by Michael on Aug 19, 2013   5 out of 5

it's a great knife. I use it daily. Very durable.



good multi-tool Reviewed by Barney on Mar 14, 2013   5 out of 5

I had purchased the Undertaker previously in the Burnt Bone handle. I liked the versatility and ruggedness of the tool. It has many of the functions of a multi-tool that was much more expensive. It has the addition of the 12 additional tips and the spring which holds the plier jaws open which were not included in the much more expensive brand I bought. The wood grips look great, and I know the person whom I bought this for will be pleased with his gift.



A-1 Engineering tool... Reviewed by Matt on Feb 17, 2013   5 out of 5

Fantastic multi tool, I am a busy maintenance engineer always running around and this tool is perfect for on the go quick fixes. I use it everyday! Thanks budk for an outstanding well built extremely functional tool...



Timber Wolf Undertaker Tool Reviewed by sapperlex on Dec 03, 2010   4 out of 5

feels very sturdy, much wider than it looks in the photo, 2" wide, nice to get a firm grip. second holder in pouch for the tool attachments is nice couldn't see in the picture. holder seems a bit low grade just nylon. cant be beat for less than 9 bucks. 4stars from look/feel/price xmas gifts so no testing.



Review Reviewed by Kyle Underhill on Jul 13, 2010   5 out of 5

The tool itself is sturdy, and solid. Its made very well, and has stood much wear since I purchased it. Every tool has come in handy more than once. The only drawback comes from the attachments. Is not that they are bad, its just that they seem to be made of a lower quality material than the rest of the tool. Otherwise, a wonderful product.



Reviewed by Dakota Underhill on Nov 15, 2009   5 out of 5

This is amazing. To be honest, i'm not sure what all the tools do but i feel confident i'll be able to figure it out. What i do know is that there are many things i can do with this.

The folding action from compact to pliers is quite good, and the pliers. The other things, are a little hard to get out. So far i've identified an alan key, can opener, philips head screw driver, knife, bottle opener, ruler/saw/file (yes its all in one, and smaller knife which leaves two attachments i cant figure out. By the way, in case your wondering how the bits work, on the far right side of the bit line there is a silve cylinder. That attaches to the alan key, and the bits attatch to that. (I was confused until i saw it).

The wood grain is beautiful, but i'm pretty sure its not real. It seems to have a solid construction, good weight, and the case works really well.

A must for any handyman.



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