Nextool Mini Flagship 10-in-1 Multi-Tool

Nextool Mini Flagship 10-in-1 Multi-Tool

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A scaled-down version of Nextool’s Flagship multi-tool, the Flagship Mini comes with an array of tools to help you get through most daily tasks. Made from stainless steel, it measures just 2.4 inches long and weighs just 2.75 ounces, so you can take it pretty much anywhere without hassle Read More

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RayF
25929
Dec 11, 2020
It’s DINKY.
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It’s a little too thick, and a little too heavy to use as a key chain, or comfortably carry in a pocket. You could do both, I suppose, but i don’t see any benefit. Speaking as a guy who owns both sizes; I really can’t recommend this one.
templesofice
1
Dec 14, 2020
I own the full size version and use it all the time. One of the best multi tools, imo. Is there anything the mini can do that the full size one can't? And I had the Leatherman mini for my keychain but lost it. I was thinking of replacing it with this one.
RayF
25929
Dec 14, 2020
I own the larger size too—great tool. I also own a couple of Leatherman(s) as well. Really can’t see a use for this Mini-Tool (unless there is absolutely no other option available).
1) who peels an apple? Communists, probably. 2) who peels an apple holding a knife like THAT? Again, probably communists. 3) $5 says the communist slipped and sliced their hand and thumb open.
Elmonstro78
7
Dec 16, 2020
I was reading your comment about the apple,had to go back and take a look at it and your absolutely right who peals a apple like that (lmao) it must of took him about a hour to get it done.
RayF
25929
Jan 20, 2021
Just realized he's not peeling it--he's preforming an apple-dectomy!
Pioneer1952
1
Dec 10, 2020
Is this TSA approved to put in your carry-on?
Astropin
113
Jan 17, 2021
No chance of it being TSA approved.
Liz92
2
Jan 25, 2021
I know this reply is a bit late, but TSA doesn't let knives through at all. scissors though, if they are short enough (I think 6 inches? I don't know, I try not to carry these things through, and I know the US can be crazy strict at some airports), and don't end in a sharp point, I think they can get through. but on this, the knife will get it taken regardless.