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MTs which have same mechanism of folding pliers.Left to right;MEYERCO PARADOXSnap-on MULTI-FUNCTION FOLDING KNIFEWALTHER MULTI TACAITOR COMANDANCIAWENGER Ranger 75 Handyman
This one is much nicer. It’s a very different design, and is higher quality. The pliers come to a pointier tip and they do not flex nearly as much as the first two. It has a plain edged blade, a saw, an amiable LED, and a completely useless can opener. The scales are aluminum. Edit - the newpow above has aluminum scales, the blizetec has plastic. I don’t know if it’s the quality of the steel or a redesign in the pliers, but these resist twisting and pushing the jaws out of plane far more than the other two or the snap on. This is Jeep branded and you can find them on eBay occasionally. They come with a sheath and a really crappy pocket knife and a bit set for the square tool. On this tool the bit driver is located under the plier handle, and it locks open with a liner lock. The saw on the other hand doesn’t have any lock or any retention to keep it open. It stays open solely by the friction from the pivot screw, there is not even a backspring. The plain edged blade is thicker than the other two knives and has the following etched on it:(C) DCC 2007420 StainlessUSA DesignManufactured in ChinaAs noted the can opener is useless. It’s in the center of the tool, so it cannot get purchase on the rim of a can. It does work as a bottle opener though. It’s difficult to open, requiring both the blade and the plier handle to open slightly, to get pinch-purchase to open. (The nail nick is poorly placed). Again only pivot friction keeps it open or closed. This is far higher quality than the other two knives. I like it. Charles.