The SOG Sync II multi-tool snaps on your belt buckle

The Sync II from SOG is a multi-tool that you don’t carry your pocket or dangle from your belt because it’s been designed to replace the belt buckle on your favorite belt.

The SOG Sync II folds up into a rectangular form that is not unlike the Swiss+Tech Mega-Max that I told you about a few days ago. But the Sync II snaps into a detachable base that can replace the buckle on a belt or it can be clipped to the strap of a gear bag.

The multi-tool features 12 tools that include a knife, bolt/nut gripper, bottle opener, crimpers, 3 sided file, 3 screwdrivers, pliers, ruler, scissors, and a wire cutter.

It unfolds into a full sized multi-tool with handles that fit your hand.

The SOG Sync II has an MSRP of $80. You can read more about it at and you can order one from Amazon for less than $60.

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2 thoughts on “The SOG Sync II multi-tool snaps on your belt buckle”

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  2. I have thought about a Tread bracelet for a long time. This seems more useful at a better price. Instead of a TSA friendly version, just make the blade easily removable.

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