Most multi-tool contraptions are either very heavy and difficult to use, especially if you maintain short fingernails, or they’re extremely lightweight and weak, with tools that won’t last or are designed impossibly non-ergonomic and are more of a pain than a strength. It happens; I’ve purchased a few variations over the years and have had to settle prior to working with Coast on their LED155 multi-tool. The same moral of the story pertains to a quality blade, because there’s few things worse than having your one and only survival blade fail while you’re out in the middle of the wild world of extreme weather. The moral here? Test and find the best tool for optimum performance and survival.
The LED155 Multi-Tool is a beastly and versatile piece that incorporates 13 tools that can help you manage and master just about any task outdoors. Sure, there are some specialty add-ons you may let to pack with you as well, but the LED155 takes care of most of the hassle and space taken up by individual items. The blade is 3-inches, while the body of the multi-tool closes at 4-inches, and the entire tool weighs 9.8-ounces – how cool is that?! Coast’s LED155 comes loaded with spring-loaded pliers with wire cutter, knife, two built-in LED lights, scissors, multiple screwdriver tips, a bottle opener, wire stripper, and can opener.
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