Reviews and Ratings for SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools - PP1001-CP

SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Toolsrated 3.167 stars out of 5 (6 reviews)
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SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools

 

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SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jrdego
Sunrise, Fl
May 23, 2018
Pros: Materials, Finish, Overall Quality, Locking, Blade Material, Included Tools
Cons: None
Perfect size for everyday carry
I like the PowerPint for its size and it’s smaler capabilities. If I have a big job I use the appropriate tool. I found the quality to be quite good, overall I’m pleased with my purchase and will probably by another as an extra.
SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools
rated 5 stars out of 5
Kgbatman
Spring Valley,Ny
May 30, 2018
Pros: Materials, Finish, Handle Material, Locking, Overall Quality
Cons: None
An EDC pocket multi tool
A small multi tool you can use on a daily basis! I love the overall quality! I highly recommend it!
SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools
rated 3 stars out of 5
Charlie Manson
Nor cal
May 17, 2018
Pros: Included Tools, None
Cons: Overall Quality
Almost perfect
Overall great tool, with features that are usually only found on much larger multitools. It does have a couple glaring problems tho, mainly the drivers. They suck so bad, the flathead is TINY, it’s like a flathead for ants. The Phillips is slightly better, but still not great. The 1/4” bit driver kinda makes up for it, but you’ll have to carry an extra bit or two. The power pint also has an almost “unfinished” feel, sharp edges in a couple spots, not a big deal. Those are my only problems with it. The pliers are FANTASTIC, very well executed, very precise tip, with sogs power multiplier, very very nice! I like the primary blade, wharncliffe profile great for utility, with a serrated secondary blade. The awl is great as well. It’s got a few other misc tools, as well as a decent pair of scissors. And they managed to fit all that stuff into a package that is not only slightly smaller, but significantly lighter than a juice s2. The presence of a nice sturdy pocket clip is appreciated. I would give it five stars if it wasn’t for the crummy drivers
SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools
rated 2 stars out of 5
Ben
CA
Aug 02, 2018
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Not good
The can opener and awl both broke the first time I used them. The scissors, line cutter and file are all junk on my example. The pliers and blades are good. The screwdrivers are odd sizes.
SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools
rated 2 stars out of 5
Juancop
Tucson Az
May 26, 2018
Pros: Finish, Locking, None
Cons: Included Tools, Materials
Nice but small, tools and all
Igor this for a daily carry item and found it to be too small to be usable. The screwdrivers are too small for a normal or even medium screw. The file is too small to be functional and isn’t even textured to the end so it’s useless in a confined space. The scissors are too small to be useful and struggle with thin cardboard and only cut a quarter inch at a time if that. Decent for cutting threads from a uniform, but a knife is faster. The blades and pliers are useful, the rest is dead weight. The handles for the pliers are a bit short but it is still functional for light tasks. You may as well go with a the standard sized tool. This isn’t as useful as I thought it would be. Looks to be made in China though the workmanship is decent with light pit marks from what I’m guessing is from the casting of the plier head.
SOG PowerPint Multi-Tool with 18 Tools
rated 2 stars out of 5
Marc C
Belleville, Wv
Apr 25, 2019
Pros: Materials, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Included Tools
Might be okay if you want small...
I ran across one of these on sale and liked the size of it however I sold it off after a couple weeks for the reasons listed below: It's right pocket only carry,carry it in the left and it flops open,then when you reach in to get whatever else is in there (I carry my keys with my multi tool on the left) you get jabbed by the open pliers-ouch. The tools themselves do seem chintzy,mind you I didn't have it long enough to use them but they don't come across as well made. The scissors just plain suck,tiny,thin,and they open just enough to barely get some paper in you just cannot imagine how friggin' annoying it is to have tiny scissors that you struggle to use because they hardly open up,somebody needs a pat on the head with a hammer at SOG for designing these blasted things. In the end my $29 Gerber NXT is a way better choice then these,unless you just need the smallest multi tool forget this one.