Tactica is a new style of multi-tool

NEWS – If you’re tired of the same old multi-tools, then check out the Tactica M100 which stores two 1/4in hex bits in the handle and holds them in place with a magnet while it’s being used.

In addition to functioning as a bit holder, the Tactica M100 also features the following tools: a package opener, bottle opener, wrench (imperial) 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, and 9/16 inch, wrench (metric) 5, 6.25, 8, 10, 11, 13, and 14mm, imperial ruler, and a metric ruler. You will also be happy to know that it’s TSA compliant.

If you’d like one head over to tacticagear.com where you can buy the Tactica M100 for $39.95 and the Tactica M100.X which comes with a set of 12 hex bits along with the tool for $54.95.

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  2. I actually have one of these, I received it in a monthly box I get. It’s gimmicky junk. The pakage opener barely works so I don’t put much stock into the other “tools.” If you don’t need much torque I guess the bits might be ok but if you’re going to spend this kind of money, just buy a real multitool.

  3. I’ve never seen a multi-tool, with the exception of the Gerbers, Leathermans and their cousins, that are worth their price. They so often have cut-outs for various nut sizes but try to fit the hole onto an automotive nut under the hood. Even on a kid’s bike I’m betting this wouldn’t turn a rusted, tight nut. The driver bits might be handy but only if not working in tight places.

    But this one, as a TSA compliant brass knuckle? Maybe. 🙂

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