SOG box, nylon sheath, SAF PowerLock EOD BO, User Guide and SOG catalog.
Pretty standard, but that's where the similarities with the commercial version ends. Stuck on the box is a sticker with an NSN number:
The SAF PowerLock with tools extended:
Not only have some tools such as the scissors and file been eliminated, the layout has been changed slightly as well. Edit: DavidBinGA has pointed out that the plier head is a 2.0. This is a list of the SAF PowerLock according to the User Guide:
1) Needle Nose Pliers
2) Regular Pliers
4) Wire Cutters
5) Hard Wire Cutters
6) Blasting Cap Crimper
7) Electrical Crimpers
8) 9" Rulers
9) Full Locking Components
10) Comfort Grips
The above features are exactly the same as the commercial model. Nothing special about the 9" rulers, the forum's script made 8 and ) into . I grouped the rest of the implements according to the handles they're clustered in.
12) Wire Stripper
13) Large Screwdriver
14) Bottle Opener
15) Medium Screwdriver
16) Serrated Knife Blade
Photo of implements 11-16 extended from the handle:
Starting from left the right, the order of the tools are as follows:
(L-R) Reamer, Large Screwdriver/Wire Stripper, (2) Plastic Spacers (with a metal washer between them), Medium Screwdriver/Bottle Opener, Serrated Knife Blade.
The following tools (17-20) are located in the handle that has "SOG PowerLock" and the patent number stamped on it.
17) Can Opener
18) Small Screwdriver
19) Phillips Screwdriver
20) Wood Saw
Photo of the implements 17-20 extended:
Again, from right to left, the order of the tools are as follows:
(L-R) Wood Saw, Can Opener/Small Screwdriver, (1) Plastic Spacer, Phillips Screwdriver, (2) Plastic Spacers (no washers).
That's all for the SAF PowerLock, which has no markings on it that identify it as military issue, other than the stripped-down and customized tool layout. However I noticed that the User Guide was also unique to the SAF PowerLock.
Photo of the feature diagram on the front:
Warranty is covered by Sheares Technologies Pte Ltd, though I'm guessing SOG will service it if I send it in:
Note the footer that says "Sheares PowerLock 3/2007":