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Ozark Trail 14-in-1 Multi Tool 6-Pack Bundle $18.60, $3.20/tool Before Tax at Walmart

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Walmart has a 6-pack bundle of Ozark Trail 14-in-1 Multi Tool for $18.60. That's $3.20/tool before tax. With free store pick-up after tax it came to $3.35/tool for me. So less than $3.50 each for a cheap but handy tool to leave in a vehicle, office, garage, etc for when your better multitool may not be within reach, and if it gets lost or stolen you're not out the 10x or more cost of a Leatherman or similar.

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This multi tool design is not ideal for using the pliers. The gripping area has the tools edges so squeezing it is painful.
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I saw them for 3 at walmart in Downey ca
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Bought one of these last time. They are exactly what you'd expect for $3 -- not much. Dull, weak, and as the prior poster noted not well designed for actual real-world use.
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Get one Leather-man or Gerber, last forever, I only lost them, or, someone forget to return them.
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These are terrible. Knife is dull, pliers have no grip, and screwdriver folds over when you try to use it.
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Get one Leather-man or Gerber, last forever, I only lost them, or, someone forget to return them.
I bought a Leatherman on clearance years ago when I was a broke college student, had absolutely no use for it whatsoever at the time but it was such a worthwhile purchase. The quality was just amazing, drunk friend decided to play with the knife one night and blood everywhere. I just keep it in the glove box compartment now in case if I ever need it.
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Ozark Trail are all cheap junk Walmart brand. Throw away items
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Nice little multi tool and the fact it comes with a case is a plus.
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They were a better deal at $1.25
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Junk! People may curse you giving poor quality stuff !
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I know they're low quality, that's why they're throwaway tools. I have a several Leathermans and some other high quality ones but sometimes I don't have quick access to them. These are some I can throw in a drawer at every place I work and both vehicles. If they're dull but can be used in a pinch then it's worth the few bucks. I'm definitely not suggesting these as a main use or EDC tool.
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Way too expensive for such a poor quality tool. These are worth less than ten bucks. Anything Ozark Trails is garbage except their yeti style cups.
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Way too expensive for such a poor quality tool. These are worth less than ten bucks. Anything Ozark Trails is garbage except their yeti style cups.
It's less than $4 per.
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Not a multi-tool snob, just need something that works for quick basic tasks. I'm a truck driver who frequently has to replace broken lights, worn grommets, & misc other quick fixes. This tool has been the best bang for the buck for me - particularly since I'm occasionally distracted or in a rush and thus I forget/lose the multi-tool. Not worth investing in a Leatherman/whatever & having to keep replacing it.

Yes, the regular knife is not sharp, but there's also a serrated blade (and a saw) that works just fine. Outside of the pliers, unfortunately none of the tools lock into place. Just be mindful of that fact & adjust how you use it to avoid problems. I wear work gloves when inspecting trailers anyway, so haven't had any real problems with hurting myself.

Works well enough to get the job done, particularly if you don't want to invest much money for reasons such as mine above. I've tried about a half dozen different low-mid cost multi-tools and this is the one I settled on for the long-term. Bought the six pack when someone mentioned it in a thread for the single pack a few months ago & I'm considering getting another even though I've not lost any recently - just to ensure I have enough for the next few years (we truck drivers are gonna be out of a job within ten years anyway thanks to self-driving tech).
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