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Quarrow Turtle 8 Pocket-Tool

   

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Silver

2" Folded

  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1550259

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Quarrow® Turtle™ 8 Pocket-Tool is portable and ready to work! 8 tools fold down into a compact design resembling a turtle: pliers, wire cutters, wire stripper, file, knife, flathead screwdriver, phillips screwdriver, and a split ring for attaching to a belt loop or keyring. Compact size: .3125'' x 1.5'' x 2''.
Manufacturer model #: 5091.

  • Pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Wire stripper
  • File
  • Knife
  • Flat-Head Screwdriver
  • Phillips Screwdriver
  • Carabiner
Quarrow® Turtle™ 8 Pocket-Tool 3.1 5 8 8
Pretty Good I Dont get why everyone is writing a bad review for this. I mean its an ok pocket knife but its not supposed to be a full on fishing tool just a small portable pocket knife May 12, 2010
Turtle for Kids The other reviews are dead on. You get what you pay for. This is a nifty little tool, that is very compact. The way it folds is very innovative. The main problem is that it is a keychain rather than an actual tool. The wire cutter does not cut the fishing line or even a thick sheet of paper. The knife isn't too sharp, but if enough force is applied you might be able to cut yourself. The sharpest and perhaps most useful tool is the tip of the knife, which I use as a tooth pick. May 31, 2009
looks better than it works I bought this for fishing. The cutter in the jaw will not even cut the fishing line. I do like the chain and latch would have been nice to carry around. April 25, 2009
Good concept but Defective Nice appearance and well conceived. However, the steel sphere that keeps one of the handles in place fell apart at the very first use. Also the handles are too small especially if you have big hands. I will take it back to the store for a refund. February 4, 2009
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