Amazon.com.br:Avaliações de clientes: Swiss+Tech ST50022 Chaveiro Multiferramentas, construção sólida de aço inoxidável, acabamento polido, ferramenta 6 em 1 com chaves de fenda, alicate, cortador de fio/descascador e mais, (pacote único)
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Arrived promptly and were well made and ingenious. I assume that you are meant to use the pliers to fix them to your key ring. The instructions were clear but I hav'nt managed to work out the wire strippers yet.
Got this specifically to carry when I play with my R/C models. I was not expecting great things.
This is a pretty compact tool. It's one of the only really small ones I know of that includes pliers, and DOESN'T include a blade. Not everyone needs a blade, and you certainly don't need one on a tool this small.
When I first got it I was a little surprised at the weight, and decided it might be just a tad to heavy to carry all the time. Then I stuck it in my pocket and went about my business for a good 4 hours, completely forgetting that I had it. Just goes to show how you can overestimate the importance of little things.
The tool is small enough to put into the coin pocket of your jeans. It folds and unfolds well when new, but I suspect when the hinges on the handles get worn it will become sloppy. Unlike my baby fold-open tool, the handles are flat so you can press hard without the handles cutting into your hands. But the handles are hinged so they might try to fold while you're using the tool.
Informal tests show the handles are strong enough to take decent torque when using the screwdriver ends. It seems well made and I'm not worried about durability.
I've decided to carry it for a while to see if I use it. But for $5, this is actually a pretty good tool and a pretty good deal. Why wouldn't you get one?
Update: Used this a couple of times when pulling cables to the basement. Saved me 2 or 3 additional trips to the garage, which doesn't sound like much but after the job taking all day it was a blessing. The screwdriver was useful for removing sheet metal screws and the pliers for one slightly stubborn screw. (Note that sheet metal screws don't require much torque to remove, but more than you can get with just fingers.) The pliers were able to grip OK, so clamping is not really an issue. Re-opening them is a bit of a pain since the handles tend to fold on the opening movement, but they don't on the clamping movement. So this tool will do a comparable job to a similar-sized pair of ordinary pliers, just slower. It's a small tool, so you can't expect it to perform like large pliers, but you can get a pretty decent amount of force on the jaws.