Types of Multi Tools to Look at!

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Whether you are a handyman who works primarily with tools, or just a person who is constantly doing work that requires multiple tools, at some point or another you will benefit from a multi tool.

There are a ton of different multi tools available on the market regardless of what your needs are. However, if you don’t do your research properly, you may end up buying the wrong type of tool. Hence, we decided to take a look at the different types of multi tools available to each user. Bear in mind, that one type of multi tool may be perfect for one type of person.

The pocket knife

The most classic of multi tool options is of course the pocket knife. It is usually made with one or multiple blades designed to be used for specific tasks. Manufacturers such as Victorinox have been producing pocket knives for as long as they’ve been in existence.

EDC multi tools

Everyday carry(or EDC for short) are designed to give you innovation in terms of tools. Generally speaking, they are cards that come in a variety of shapes. These every day carry cards can be customized but usually come in some form of cutout of its main parts, or to match a credit card. Thus, you have different tools sliding in an out of their compartment. If you compare it to a pocket multi tool then you’ll notice that these type of tools are a bit smaller.

Among the types of edc cards you can find are survival cards, which normally are made of strong metals. They are very popular since you can fit them in just about any wallet or pocket. However, survival cards are specifically designed for certain situations. Thus, the tools won’t offer you a ton of utility other than what they are made for. You can find just about any type of survival card, from hostage escape cards meant to help you when you are being restraint against your will, to medical survival cards that can provide you with the necessary support until you get the help that you need.

Adjustable multi tools

Adjustable multi tools or “folding” multi tools are probably some of the most popular tools on the market. You normally see that some of the best multi tool options are usually designed in some form of a folding tool mechanism. These type of tools are perfect for everyday carry no matter what you are doing of where you are going. Looking back at the history of these type of tools, you will find that Tim Leatherman, better known for the creation of arguably the greatest sets of multi tools in “Leatherman multi tools”, was the first creator of a modern folding multi tool.

There are a number of other types of multi tools that are available on the market. For example, if you are always on the road or don’t like to have too much kitchenware, a spork multi tool is basically a multi utensil. Spork multi tools include anything ranging from a bottle opener to a box cutter. They are very handy! Similarly, for convenience, there are also belt buckle multi tools. These have the main function of eliminating the need for pockets. They are designed to fit seamlessly into your attire while being extremely durable.

Essentially, you have a ton of options when it comes to multi tool types. Nevertheless, it is important to know what you are looking for. A lot of consumers will own multiple types depending on the type of work they need. Some are for outdoor activities such as camping, or fishing, others are for those who are constantly working on houses, for personal reasons or maintenance in part of their day jobs.

The good thing about multi tools is that there is a wide range of prices. Therefore, you will be able to find the right tool at the right price without much of a hassle. With so many manufacturers and so many styles, you can’t possibly make the wrong decision. Therefore what are you waiting for? Go find your own version of the best type of multi tool on the market. And, if you are an avid user, then perhaps more than one tool is what you’ll need!

A post by Kidal Delonix (2829 Posts)

Kidal Delonix is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely his/her own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.
Chief editor and author at LERAblog, writing useful articles and HOW TOs on various topics. Particularly interested in topics such as Internet, advertising, SEO, web development, and business.

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