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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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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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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.Read more ›
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.