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Wednesday, 07 September 2011 00:00

Navy K1001 One-Piece Tool Review

This is a tiny, tiny little one piece tool that nonetheless manages to pack a ton of functionality in.

Navy K1001

Before I get any further in the review though, let's just get this out of the way - yes, it looks to be "inspired" by the Atwood Fixer. Same size and same basic functionality, but different materials, size, blade shape and tool loadout. Whether or not this bothers you is entirely up to you. There are enough changes (including some rather clever engineering ideas) that I think this tool really does stand up on it's own merits and shouldn't just be dismissed as "just another Chinese copy".

Published in One Piece Tools
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