Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Product Review: Icetek Sports Multi-Purpose Credit Card Size Pocket Tool


Product Description

Multi-purpose credit card size pocket tool. 13 tools include: letter opener/blade, scissors, rulers, tweezers, Special features include magnifying glass, Straight pin, pressurized ball point pen and Phillips screw and LED mini White light.


My Review

I really like these thin pocket tools because they fit in a pocket or wallet and can be stored anywhere that you might need one in a hurry. As you can see the scissors and some of the other things come out pretty easy and go back in just as easy. But I had a hard time getting out the blade and straight pin. It didn't come with instructions or any paperwork letting you know what all is in the case. So that was a bit of a drawback for me. 

But if you know someone who likes these types of things, then this would make a great gift or add on gift to a basket or stocking stuffer. 

Disclaimer: I was given a free product in exchange for an honest review. 

13 comments:

  1. That would be neat, after one figures out how to work it without cutting their finger off lol

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    1. Hubby really liked it too.

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  3. That us quite the gadget!

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    1. Yeah I love stuff like this.

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  4. LOL, I am with you on needed instructions. This is kind of neat..for when I have MacGyver moments.

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    1. Right? They need to add that for sure.

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  5. This is a cool tool for traveling... well maybe not if you're flying

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    1. Yeah probably not on the plane.

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  6. I love these kinds of things, but never seem to be able to find them when I need them, lol. Thanks for the review!

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  7. These kits are neat. I have a hard time manipulating mini-tools.

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  8. This once sounds neat with all those different tools and how it easily fits into your pocket. I once had a pocket knife where I also had some difficulties figuring out where all the tools were and how to get them out, although that one had instructions if I remember correctly.

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