The most appealing thing about multi-tools is that they come in many shapes and sizes, they can be a part of your phone, small enough to be put on your keychain or in your wallet, and they can even be a part of a larger, more common tool. Besides this, all multi-tools have one thing in common, they are absolutely important to have in this day and age. A pretty amazing multi-tool which falls under the category of a multi-tool that is incorporated in a traditional tool is the Outland Multi-Mission Axe. It’s called an axe simply because it’s used as a basis for their vision of a multi-tool, but it is so much more than that.
Outland Equipment Inc, responsible for the creation of the Multi-Mission Axe, was founded by Christopher Aiston who seeks to provide fellow outdoorsmen with survival and outdoor gear of the highest quality and utility. And that’s precisely what they have accomplished with the Multi-Mission Axe. It was made with a full S7 steel tang for maximum durability and sturdiness and has a 4 inch long blade for chopping. The handle has G7 grips with multi-position options so you can firmly hold it regardless of the task at hand.
This axe is also equipped with a modular S7 steel hammer, pry bar, seat belt cutter and hex nut tools which immensely raise its level of utility. As for the portability of this axe, you can safely take it with you in its custom zippered case. You also have the option of choosing between two different sized models, the 1501 and 1901. The only difference between these two models is the overall length (15 and 19 inches), so you can choose whichever suits you most.
Designed with durability and utility in mind, the Multi-Mission Axe will find a lot of uses during your outdoor activities, but it can also be an indispensable tool in emergency situations thanks to the seat belt cutter and pry bar addition.
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