Elements and Activities – SOG PowerAssist Safari Knife in black oxide with nylon sheath:
Quick facts: ⊙ Weight: 273g; ⊙ Size (overall length): 17.78cm; ⊙ Size (closed length): 11.68cm; ⊙ Blade steel type: 420; ⊙ Featuring 16 tools; ⊙ Handle material: 420 stainless steel
Activities: ⊙ Safari; ⊙ Travel; ⊙ Outdoor hobbies and activities; ⊙ Camping; ⊙ Expeditions; ⊙ Everyday use; ⊙ Gift; ⊙ Home use; ⊙ Emergency situations; ⊙ Survival
Features ⊙ Fully serated blade; ⊙ Straight edge blade; ⊙ Bolt grip channel; ⊙ Bottle opener; ⊙ Can opener; ⊙ Crimper (blasting cap); ⊙ File (3-sided); ⊙ Large flat screwdriver; ⊙ Medium flat screwdriver; ⊙ Small flat screwdriver; ⊙ Needle-nose pliers; ⊙ Phillips screwdriver; ⊙ Ruler; ⊙ V-cutter; ⊙ Wire crimper; ⊙ Wire-cutter (hand); ⊙ Comes in a nylon sheath; ⊙ Lanyard loop (lanyard not included); ⊙ Our overall rating: 8.5/10
Offering advanced features, this multi-tool offers next-level construction and performance. With a range of useful tools, it is the strong, convenient, and ergonomic choice for outdoor and daily use.
Incorporating SOG technology, this hard-wearing multi-tool has heavy-duty capability and a slick, user-friendly design for various uses. The little details on the tool are precision-engineered and designed around safety and convenience and make for a comfortable user experience. With 16 tools and a matte black finish for low reflectivity, it is responsive to one-handed motion - it really is the tool for the outdoors! The smooth handle makes for comfort even during the toughest jobs. Attach it to your belt in its sheath to keep it close on all outdoor adventures.
SOG's proprietary Compound Leverage technology works by employing multiple pivot points that generate greater handle travel in relation to plier movement. The result is a leverage advantage of approximately twice the power of a conventional multi-tool, which makes every cut smoother and easier.
SOG ASSISTED TECHNOLOGY™
SOG Assisted Technology (S.A.T.) works through the balance of opposing high-tension coil springs. As you initiate the opening action, the force propelling your blade open becomes greater than the force keeping it closed. The result is a blade that springs open instantly once it is engaged, seemingly on its own.