Pros: Included Tools, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Locking, Overall Quality, Finish
I have been looking for one of these for a long time
I bought this as an EDC. The state I live in has a long tradition from the early 1900's of Judges and District Attorneys in fear of knives and razors in the 40's and 50's. It is therefore difficult to find a useful tool that one can carry for everyday use as a cutting instrument. The 9200 CRKT tool seems to fit the bill. I really like the way the screw drivers flip out and lock into position under spring pressure released at the push of a button. The wire stripper utilizes the small knife blade to strip wire in through holes in the handle. The small saw is aggressive and sharp, heavy enough that is is not likely to kink in use.The wrench cutouts in the frame are clearly marked for both metric and English on opposite sides. I am slightly amused by the bottle etched at the suggested bottle opener points. I did have to re-glue the bit holder magnet using a few drops of blue lock-tight letting it dry over night. The bit holder slips over the Phillips bit that is machined as a square near the tip to act as a driver for the bit holder. The case is well formed and has a pocket on the back to hold the bit carrier, and is the best way to carry it if you use a utility belt. I use the pocket clit and carry it in a special pocket built into my pants just to carry a knife. I carry the bit holder in the off side pocket, very compact little tool kit that way.