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Wednesday, 10 October 2007 15:14

SOG ToolClip Review

The SOG ToolClip is another one of those fascinating designs that help define what we know today as the “multitool.” It is one of the more successful permanent mount plier type multitools, but unfortunately was apparently not successful enough since it was discontinued some time ago. Made in Seki City, Japan for SOG, the ToolClip and Micro ToolClip are extremely well built, sturdy tools that every collector should experience at least once.

SOG ToolClip

Published in SOG
Tuesday, 13 March 2007 17:24

SOG S44 Pocket Power Plier Review

While the PowerLock seems to be the first tool that comes to mind when one thinks of SOG tools, the Pocket Power Plier is perhaps my personal favorite. The more compact size of the Pocket Power Plier seems to be the more “carry-able” version of the big powerhouse.

SOG S44 Pocket Power Plier

Published in SOG
Thursday, 07 December 2006 19:16

SOG CrossGrip and CrossCut Review

SOG products are well known for their innovative designs and forward thinking that has made them one of the more popular toolmakers in the industry. Before receiving the CrossGrip and CrossCut, I was expecting something closer size wise to a half pint Pocket Power Pliers ; instead I was surprised to see something more along the lines of my Gerber Clutch . Initial impressions; I was fascinated by the quality and how SOG keeps making tools with those gears, but this time on a much smaller scale.

SOG CrossGrip and CrossCut

SOG CrossGrip and CrossCut

Published in SOG
Monday, 09 October 2006 14:56

SOG S62 PowerLock Review

Well it's been 5 years and many, many miles this tool has been traveling on my side and this is a update of sorts on how it's been holding up.

SOG S62 PowerLock

Published in SOG
Tuesday, 03 October 2006 19:39

SOG Micro ToolClip (1st Gen) Review

This review was submitted by Multitool.org forum member 665ae.

SOG Micro Tool Clip

Published in SOG
Tuesday, 14 March 2006 12:59

SOG ParaTool Review

The first tool that SOG came out with before their gear driven wonders the power series; SOG had created a tool just as unique and the ones they make today. What SOG came up with is the world's first multitool with a multi-angle plier head. In other words the plier head could be used in any position between fully locked open and closed. Enabling you to get into some hard to reach areas that you cannot get into with other tools.

SOG ParaTool

SOG ParaTool

Published in SOG
Tuesday, 14 March 2006 12:58

SOG SwitchPlier Review

SOG is one of most creative multitool designers in the market today, with the ever-growing popularity of their Power Pliers and Power Lock tools they have now come out with something more for us to drool over. SOG has introduced the world's first automatic opening multitool; with the push of a button this tool is ready for action quicker than you can say FIX IT!

SOG SwitchPlier

The SOG SwitchPlier is a very compact tool

Published in SOG
Tuesday, 14 March 2006 12:57

SOG S60 PowerLock Review

With so many multitools flooding the market and companies competing with each other for the being the most innovative, SOG Specialty knives has taken the traditional pliers most tools have to the next level. Most tools have the handles attached to the plier's head and the tool folds at the pivots when not in use, even since Tim Leatherman patented it years ago many people have copied this original design and not much design innovation has been made since.

SOG S60 PowerLock

Probably the beefiest set of folding pliers available

Published in SOG
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