SOG Knives CC51-CP CC51-CP CrossCut Stainless Steel Multi-Tool, Stainless Steel Handle - Satin Polish Finish
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About The SOG Knives CC51-CP CrossCut Stainless Steel Multi-Tool, Stainless Steel Handle - Satin Polish Finish
The SOG Knives CC51-CP CrossCut Stainless Steel Multi-Tool is a very useful, precision tool for gripping, cutting, personal hygiene and anything else that may come your way. SOG's patented gear driven Compound Leverage allows for the cutting power of a large tool in a compact size. Just open the handles of the SOG Knives CC51-CP CrossCut Stainless Steel Multi-Tool and they are ready to go. The tools at your disposal when you have this powerful compact tool are a knife, spring-loaded scissors, small and medium flathead screwdrivers, a nail file/cleaner, tweezers, rulers, a bottle opener, a pick, and a lanyard loop. The stainless steel construction of the SOG Knives CC51-CP CrossCut Stainless Steel Multi-Tool makes it very strong and durable, and the satin polish finish gives it an attractive look unmatched by most Multi-Tools available. The specifications of the SOG Knives CC51-CP CrossCut Stainless Steel Multi-Tool are: 2.5 inches closed, 4 inches, weight 1.7 ounces.
Ths item can only be shipped within the contiguous 48 US states. NOTE: This item can not be shipped to Canada.
Features:• Compact Size For Convenience
• 11 Everyday Useful Tools
• Compond Leverage For Maximum Cutting Power
• Satin Polished Finish
• Constructed of High Grade Stainless Steel
• Ergonomically Correct Deisgn For Comfort
Specifications:• Closed: 2.5"
• Open: 4"
• Weight: 1.7 oz
• Head Type: Scissors
• Steel: Stainless
• Finish: Polished
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In the closed position, what is the overall length of this tool (SKU 827219)?
The SOG Knives CC51-CP measures 2.5" in the closed position, and 4" when open.
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