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INGCO Multitool 273

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INGCO Multitool
« on: October 23, 2018, 02:12:31 PM »
INGCO Multitool

It cannot compare to the known name brands. However, I was surprised to find that most of the tools will do for light tasks.  The pliers are spring loaded, and I have used them without trouble. Tools lock-up well. I had to sharpen the small main blade, but the serrations on the other blade were sharp. The drivers are just ok--for screws that go easy. The knives cut, and the file is not bad. All in all, not bad for a desk drawer inside tool. Not for outdoors, or carrying around. A Wingman or Sidekick would do much better.  I picked up this Ingco for around 12 dollars equivalent, just for fun. Saw it for 16 Euros online. It comes from a Western firm manufacturing in China, making a big line of budget tools, hand and power. I had bought a few basic Ingco hand tools, which worked out well enough. Cheap and useable. 

Maybe good for a kid begging for a multitool, to see if he or she will be responsible, and not lose it.

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Re: INGCO Multitool
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2018, 07:45:12 PM »
Thanks for the write-up, IP! :salute:

Looks o.k. for a c&c, but nothing outstanding (example. Ganzo). :ahhh

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