A knife crafted from 420HC, a high-carbon stainless steel that is corrosion resistant and can be easily maintained.
Scissors for cutting paper or other light materials that automatically spring back to the open position when not being used. Sprung tools are helpful for reducing hand-fatigue, especially in scissors where the user may be opening and closing the tool many times to make multiple cuts in a row.
A flat, angled screwdriver tooled from 420 HC stainless steel that can be used on Phillips or small slotted screws.
A precisely designed personal care tool for removing or picking up very small and/or delicate items such as slivers or fish hooks.
Made from stainless steel, this file is ideal for nail care when a conventional nail file is unavailable.
Key Ring Attachment
A split ring loop for attaching a tool to a key ring, allowing the user to keep their multi-tool handy at all times.
This multi-tool features tools that are accessible while the tool is in its folded or closed position, mimicking the functionality of a pocket knife.
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- Compact/Easy to Carry
- Poor Design
Comments about Style®:
- The thing is quite small, shorter and narrower than a chapstick.
- It has useful combination of tools, though the nail file will probably see little use.
- It is all metal, so there is not much to scratch or show pocket wear. (The anodized aluminum is showing some wear from the other keys.)
- The knife and scissors dull quickly.
- The knife is so small that it is not easy to sharpen the curved portion, near the tip. (The scissors basically can't be sharpened.)
- The nail "nick" you use to open the blade is so close to the pivot that it chews up your nail as it rotates out. A better way is to hold the blade in place with a thumbnail and swivel the rest of the knife. But moving the nail nick closer to the tip of the blade would have made it easier to use.
- The tool is small but it could have been smaller with just a few minor design changes. For one thing, the blade guard gives the blade too much space. For another, the blade opens on the opposite side as the other tools, requiring a metal spacer to separate the two sides.
- The all-metal construction is durable but it adds a fair amount of weight to your keychain.
But it is better than nothing. The Classic model Swiss army knife from Victorinox is a decent alternative; it will be flatter but wider than the Style. The plastic scales will be lighter but will scratch, though there is an aluminum version. In case it matters, the Style's blade is beveled only on the right side, Japanese style.