"Had fancied something like this to keep in the kitchen drawer for some time, just out of laziness instead of dragging the tool boxes out for minor jobs. I have to say it seem pretty decent for the price. If you're going to use something like this a lot then perhaps a Gerber or Leatherman may be sturdier (eh, or proper tools!) but I'm more than happy with it's quality."
"A nice solid piece of gear from Stanley, it has a good range of 'get you out of trouble' bits in it, my only slight criticism is that the PH bit should have been bigger (#2), also comes with a solid pre-formed belt case."
"I lost my trusted Leatherman ,so bought cheap replacement. It didn't last a day ! The blades are hard to get out unless your fingernails are long and then then the blades are stiff, the pliers barely meet and won't cut T&E cleanly. The blade loses it edge after 10 minutes. I ended up cutting a live wire with them and burned a permanent notch into the cutter but dropped them and it landed blade down in the floor and bent the main cutting blade ,which now won't straighten properly. Overall looks good and robust but isn't cheap metals throughout . I think I'll stick to Leatherman never managed to break one yet just lose them"