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Emerson EDC-2 Multi-Tool by Multitasker, 2.7" Combo Blade, Tan G10 Handles - EDC-2-BTS-TAN

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Part Number: EMEDC2TBTS
Manufacturer: Emerson Knives
Retail Price: $139.95
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EMEDC2TBTS: EDC-2 Multi-Tool
Emerson Knives
Emerson Knives is proud to introduce the next generation of EDC multi-tools. Built by Multitasker in their offshore plant, this model EDC-2 comes to you in a simple elegant iteration that gives you just what you need, nothing more. This model is a slimmer, trimmer version since the wrench features was eliminated. This is a great tool to carry, keep in your pack or the glove box of your car for the time that you may need it. At this price you can't afford to caught without one.

  • Blade length is 2.7"
  • Heavy duty Phillips 1 screwdriver
  • An AWL punch and scraper
  • 440C (black oxide finish)
  • Beefier Phillips screwdriver (between No. 1 and No. 2)
  • Slimmed down slotted screwdriver (fits the older Emerson pivot screws)
  • Pocket clip (2 extra set screws, not compatible with EK-1)
  • Tan G10 scales
  • Weight: 5.3 ounces
  • Tool Made in Taiwan
  • Blade Made and Assembled in USA
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
440C Stainless Steel
440C Stainless Steel
High end stainless steel with a high resistance to corrosion and will sharpen to a razor edge.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
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5 out of 5
Apr 24, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Included Tools, Locking, Materials
Cons: None
Very functional tool for outdoor type people
I'm a heavy diesel mechanic and will typically ruin a knife/multi tool every 6 months just in my daily activities so I decided to try an Emerson after my latest b?!chmade broke. I'm about two months in and this thing is still sharp(no small feat as it is used as a scraper, knife, saw, and pry bar) the screw drivers are holding up good too. I will update at a year but so far I'm impressed.
3 out of 5
SE Asia
Dec 11, 2014
Pros: Locking, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Finish, Materials
Not as expected.
I work in the film & tv industry and have been carrying a Leatherman Wave and a small Spyderco folder for the longest time....realising that I use more of the knife and screw driver features as opposed to the pliers tool these days, I thought the EDC2 with Emerson wave opener will be useful... Also, i felt that the multi-tool feature will be less obtrusive as opposed to whipping out a spyderco to cut open boxes/packages, gaffer tapes, cable ties, etc.. (you know the attention created from whipping out a swiss army knife vs tactical folder for daily cutting task is just different....) Given the reason for my purchase of the EDC2, I was a bit disappointed to be frank when I received it. It weighed just a tad lighter than the Leatherman Wave, and the dimensions aren't exactly more compact too. It's not as thin and as short as I hoped it to be. It looks super heavy duty, but the build & quality seemed lacking for a product of this price. The metal edges of the tool are rough, the screw drivers' opening swivel & locking mechanism doesn't feel as smooth, and the blade tool is just a tad too loose in my opinion. For the price of this EDC2, if I have to choose another multitool for everyday carry, it'll still be a leatherman. I'd try on this tool for a few weeks and see how it goes. The only thing I like currently is that the Wave needed a pouch, and the EDC2 uses a belt clip. The Emerson Wave opening feature is also a plus point for quick deployment of the blade.
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