If you’re a DIYer or pro tool user, you probably have pocket knives, multi-tools, and all sorts of other cutting tools and knives. But do you have a battle axe, throwing axe, or tactical tomahawk?
I’ve had a pretty disappointing experience with SOG’s customer service recently. Here’s what happened…
I’ve added a new multi-tool to my daily carry rotation – a Sog PowerLock EOD. It’s quite different in design than the Leatherman Wave I typically carry, so it should be interesting to see how the Sog fares in comparison. Most notably, the tool is somewhat larger than anticipated, and its included leather sheath is enormous! […]
The ToolClip is the newest pocket-sized multi-tool in Sog’s growing lineup. Despite its size, Sog manages to pack a lot of features into the ToolClip – compact plier with wire cutter and spring-return, a knife blade, 2 screwdrivers, a file, and pocket clip. I’ve got to say, it looks pretty darn good. The list price is […]
The Sog Micron is a very, very tiny knife. With its 1.5″ blade fully extended, the Micron stretches out to a whopping overall length of 3.44″. The Micron is perfectly sized as a keychain knife, but if size is not an issue, something like the Victorinox Swiss Army Classic pocket knife would be more versatile for […]
Sog’s Fusion series of knives includes several funky theme-based designs. Each lockback knife has a 3″ blade, an overall length of 7.5″, and several themed doodads and accessories.
The charged up Sog Kilowatt is a quality liner-lock pocket knife for anyone who might need to strip wires or cables at a moment’s notice. The Kilowatt features a 3.4″ blade, a zytel handle, a conventional 12-24ga wire stripper, a spring-loaded wire stripper, and a “hole stripper.” The Kilowatt’s electric-centric aesthetics are well matched to the functions of […]