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Tool Logic CC1SB Credit Card Companion With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Compass, Magnification Lens, Tweezers and Toothpick (Translucent Black)

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  • 2-inch, 50/50 serrated stainless steel blade
  • 8x power lens for magnification or fire starting and compass for navigation
  • Combination can/bottle opener/flat screwdriver
  • Tweezers for splinter or small object removal, toothpick for after meals and inch/cm rulers
  • Compact and ultra-light at just 1.3 ounces
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Tool Logic CC1SB Credit Card Companion With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Compass, Magnification Lens, Tweezers and Toothpick (Translucent Black) + Cardsharp 2 Credit Card Knife, Black + Wallet Ninja 18 in 1 Multi-purpose Credit Card Size Pocket Tool
Price For All Three: CDN$ 57.58

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Technical Details
Part NumberCC1SB
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions8.6 x 0.5 x 5.4 cm
Item model numberCC1SB
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Pieces1
Length8.6 centimeter
Width5 millimeters
Height5.4 centimeter
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #5,772 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight68 g
Date First AvailableSept. 19 2011
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The Tool Logic CC1SB Credit Card Companion is so light and slim that you'll barely know you have it, yet when needed you'll find it's amazingly useful. The 2-inch stainless blade is razor sharp and serrated to cut through even the toughest materials with ease. It also features a combination can/bottle opener, flat head screw driver, 8 X power lens for reading a map or starting a fire, a compass for trail navigation, tweezers for extracting splinters or small object, toothpick after meals, inch and cm rulers on the back and a lanyard hole makes it an easy carry. Keep the Survival Card with you and you'll always be prepared for life's unforeseen emergencies. The CC1SB is made out of rugged, translucent blue ABS plastic and ultra slim at about 3/16-inch. It's packed with handy camping, utility and even lifesaving features! Credit card size and less than two ounces, this essential tool kit deserves a place in your car, backpack and even your home. TOOL LOGIC, THE COMPANY - Tool Logic, a leading manufacturer of credit card-sized multipurpose tools and accessories, began in 1994 with an inspired dream of a credit card-sized case filled with tools by creator Steve Padden. Within a year, Tool Logic introduced its revolutionary Credit Card Companion to the marketplace, offering users the benefits of traditional multifunctional pocket knives and tools with the beneficial size of a credit card. Tool Logic has continued to innovate by expanding its product line to include multi-function folding knives, flashlights and key ring accessories. Our philosophy is to maximize function in minimal space.


The Tool Logic Credit Card Companion is a multifunction tool card with ten features. It feautes a 2-inch Inch serrated blade and precision folding scissors. It also has an 8-time magnifying power lens and compass. It is a combination can/bottle opener/awl and has a Flat screwdriver, tweezers and toothpick. The tool card is ultra-light at just 1.3-ounces.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Blaine on Jan. 8 2013
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Before you read this review, please keep in mind that I really wanted to like this little tool and had every intention of keeping and using it.

I received this in the mail today. I wanted a little knife/tool that I would have with me at all times, and since I always have my wallet with me, I thought this would be perfect, especially since it got such decent reviews.

Upon taking it out of the package, it seemed to have a decent feel. Although it's mostly plastic, it's got a nice weight to it. I took out the knife -- seems quite nice. Very shiny metal -- I know, weird thing to say, but this is honestly one of the shiniest blades I've ever seen. It's a tiny bit awkward to hold, but for what it is it's fine. It's very sharp.

The other little tool -- bottle opener/screwdriver/awl seems fine. The awl is extremely sharp. The little toothpick is black plastic, and also fine. The magnifying glass is small, but works.

On to the problems, and the reason I'm returning it today. I took the tweezers out, and immediately noticed how cheap they looked. Two pieces of metal held together by a very small, flimsy piece of plastic. Upon putting them away (using a very "normal" amount of force -- basically, just enough to slide them in as the fit is quite tight), the piece of plastic holding the tweezers bent in half, and was essentially hanging on by a thread. It has proceeded to fall off completely since. This is honestly within owning it for thirty seconds. I believe it is defective.

If that wasn't frustrating enough, the little compass is USELESS. I mean, no matter what I do, it literally will not turn to the proper direction.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mike on Oct. 4 2014
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Simply put, this thing is junk. For $30 you'd expect it not to be so cheap. When I first got it, it was great. After a few months the blade just fell out of the card as the plastic retention clip wore off. The blade didn't hold an edge very well, and I really only used it to cut tape on cardboard boxes and such at work.

To top it all off the plastic piece that held the tweezers broke off so they're stuck in the card now. And don't even get me started on how useless the compass is.

And as for Jim's comment on being illegal in Canada. The knife is not a 'dagger' in the least. Push daggers look considerably different, and are usually double edged. Not to mention the purpose of the blade is a big factor.

If you're looking for a card tool, do not buy this one, or any one for that matter. The design of the tweezers is all the same and the plastic piece will probably end up breaking off on all of them sooner or later. This is a novelty item and is nothing more than a toy.
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jim on July 25 2013
I would be very cautious buying this product, Amazon showed it to me based off of other activity on their site as a "suggested product" and my concerns prompted me to write this review.

Canada has specific prohibitions against "push daggers" contained in regulations and punishable under the criminal code, just as butterfly knives are illegal along with knuckle dusters and other items.

The look of the knife implies to me that it may be construed as a push dagger. I would be *very* cautious as possession of a prohibited weapon can carry extensive penalties in Canada.

Do your own research, make your own decisions, but consider yourself forewarned.

Source: SOR/98-462, Order Number 4.
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167 of 170 people found the following review helpful
Very nice true "pocket" knife Dec 9 2006
By C.C. - Published on
This is the best true "pocket" knife ever. Why? Because it's so slim that I carry it everywhere, usually in my front pants pocket, and you don't even know it's there.

The knife blade is really sharp and beefy...cut's through rope, rubber hose, cardboard packaging, etc. with ease. Anytime someone asks "anyone got a pocket knife?" they are amazed when I pull this thing out. It will handle some really tough cutting jobs.

The other features get a mixed review: The little plastic tweezers work pretty good for pulling out slivers and such.

The compass...stopped working after a year or so...not sure if it was ever accurate.

The toothpick...basically worthless, and mine fell out and got lost a long time ago.

The screwdriver/bottle opener thingy...flatblade only and not very easy to use (if you just need to loosen or tighten a screw it's fine...if you have a lot of twisting to do forget it). Never really used the bottle opener on a bottle, but it is pretty small so I doubt it would give you enough leverage for even a really tight bottle cap. But the pick thing on the end has a very sharp point that I have used for I can't remember what...but it is useful.

The magnifying glass works...but it's pretty small

If you buy this tool, buy it for the's well worth it! Don't let my comments on the little doo-dads turn you off. It is without a doubt the easiest to carry, most useful, and best true "pocket" knife I have used. In fact, I am going to buy myself a new one! My old one is more than 10 years old, and still in decent shape, but getting dull. The serrated edge is great, but hard to sharpen. I've used it so much I have got my moneys worth many times over, so I have no problem buying another one.
43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
Handy Tool June 9 2008
By Christopher R. Berry - Published on
After damaging my regular pocket knife, I purchased this so that I would always have a bottle opener, tweezers, and tooth pick handy. I didn't want a large bulky multi-purpose knife. This fits inside my wallet easily. Sometimes I'll leave my pocket knife at home, but never my wallet. Had to purchase a second one after forgetting it was in my wallet at the airport.

The magnifying glass on this thing is pretty much just a waste of space. It's too small to actually see through well. The raised numbers for the ruler are hard to see since they are black on black.
58 of 66 people found the following review helpful
Really Not As Useful As You Think Oct. 19 2009
By Edward J. Schrantz - Published on
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I purchased this item as a gift for my father, and I have to say, I was very, very disappointed with a few things:
1.) The online description for this item was inaccurate, listing more tools that the actual product has, and
2.) The quality of most of the tools that ARE included are well below average. I.e.- the tweezers, which are plastic and don't work at all, and the compass, which doesn't point anywhere consistently.

I wanted my Dad to have a small tool that gave him a few gadgets that would be useful which wasn't a pocket knife. Needless to say, I feel I've wasted money on this, and I'm still continuing my search for a better suited product that is actually as advertised.

The only reason I am giving this three stars instead of two or even one is the blade, which is the ONLY quality thing on this. It's sharp, durable, and easy to hold unless you have big hands. Maybe Tool Logic should stick to knifes- they seem to know what they're doing, there.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Half useful Jan. 25 2012
By Noname - Published on
I got this Tool Logic Credit Card Companion for Christmas. Half of the items it comes with is useful, the other half not. I like the knife very much. It's the best part of the set.

KNIFE: Very nice. It's sharp and shaped so I can get a good grip.

COMPASS: Doesn't work. North is any old direction.

MAGNIFYING LENS: It magnifies, but it's so small it's useless.

TWEEZERS: Not bad. I can pluck a few hairs in a pinch.

TOOTHPICK: Sharp and works.

CAN/BOTTLE OPENER: Can't get enough leverage to use it. It's too small.

AWL: It's a point on the end of the can opener. What would I do with it? Too small to be useful.

FLATHEAD SCREWDRIVER: It won't work if the screw is recessed or the head is small. It can be useful in some situations, though.

RULER: Measures to 6 centimeters and 3 inches on the back of the gadget.
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Very neat tool....but don't use the compass Jan. 10 2013
By Antoinette M. Dombroski - Published on
I'm in the Army and bought this to use when I'm working. Everyone is always fascinated when I pull it out and someone always wants to further inspect it and try it out. It gets the job done. I actually use the screwdriver and pointed edge on the bottle opener to change my sights when I'm on the range. I've used the tweezers for getting out splinters before from training in conjunction with the knife and they do well. Toothpick I've only used a couple of times but it's not like you can really say anything negative about a toothpick. Magnifying lense is good but only useful for a small area obviously. I haven't really had to use the bottle opener since I only carry this when I'm in uniform. The compass on here is really just for show to make the tool look more useful, but it itself is useless. The knife and other metal on this thing render it hopeless since it's magnetized. I've shown this to people many times by taking the knife out and circling it around the compass. The compass will just follow the knife around wherever it goes, so you know it's not accurate. Buy this tool, it's worth it.....but get a real compass.