Quote: “Tools come in all shapes and sizes and designs and some are more useful than others and some are basically mini toolkits. The point is that you can get all kinds of tools for various uses and if you work on computers you’ll find you need a lot of tools with various sizes of screw bits included in those tools. For your home it’s sort of the same thing, you need all kinds of tools to do things yourself and you’ll find you need different bits for different jobs. I always tell my kids that you need the right tool for the job and having a multi tool can help you do this. Today for review I have the Simian 10 in 1 Autoloading Ratchet Screwdriver Multi Tool and it’s sort of what it sounds like, a screwdriver but yet with other functions. This tool has different screwdriver tips built into it that you can switch to just by rotating the built-in dial and inside of the handle you’ll find even more specialized bits along with an extension. I’ve been using it for various little projects around the house and it works well, but you just need to get accustomed to how it works, but it’s not bad overall. Read on to learn more… “
New review by me over on Technogog…
Quote: " The apocalypse is coming, do you have the right tools? No I’m not some doomsayer or conspiracy nut but it’s good to be prepared for everything I think. I always tell my kids you need the right tool for the job, whether it’s removing a screw or bolt or cutting of a zombies head, you need to have the right tool for the job. One tool is good, but I prefer multi-tools, or tools that do can more than one thing or those that can cut down on your carry weight. If you’re going camping, hiking or hunting you want to be as light as possible and that’s where multi-tools come in handy. Who would want to carry an axe, a saw and a shovel when you can carry one thing that does all three, or one thing that does those three and more!?
To day for review I have the SportsTek Xplorer 10 in 1 Tactical Shovel and it’s more simple that it sounds really, it’s a multi-tool that can come in handy in many situations. The Xplorer is a shovel at its heart but it’s meant to be portable and can fold up for storage and travel for hiking and camping. The Xplorer is very well made, the handle is a hollow tube that can be used for storage while the shovel part is also an axe and a saw, but it can do so much more. Read on…"