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I want to share a story on the effectiveness of the Swiss-Tech tool (original flavour). Driving through the snow in Quebec between Trois-Rivieres and Montreal, the car I found myself in started making a droning, grinding blare. We pulled over to find the front bumper, that had struck one too many parking blocks and snow banks, rubbing the driver side tire. When I asked the driver, a non-tech type, for his tool box, I figured his answer when a half-witted look overtook his countenance. Uh...tools? I thought to myself "[insert expletive here]." But, in my pocket, where my little tool has lived for its entire life, was the Swiss-Tech. A few Phillips screws later, a quarter of the bumper was removed. Running the Flat screwdriver through the cheap plastic shell, I created a groove; next I found a length of framing wire long enough to lash the bumper through a rust hole in the wheel well (the hole having been "accidentally" enlarged, again using the Phillips). A twist here, a snip there, most of the screws back in place...Good as new. We drove off, through the snow, both overjoyed I had a "toolbox" in my pocket. Thanks
Robert L. Raymond
London, Ontario Canada


My family and I were traveling to Oklahoma for a wedding and along the way we ran into a bit of trouble. To make a long story short, things happened to our vehicle which caused us to go off road and then back on the highway heading for the other side. I kind of used a Lincoln Towncar to keep us on the road causing extensive damage to the right side of our van. Seems the front door was smashed to the point that my wife could not open and close the door properly and the power locks were messed up due to the fact that the linkage to the door latch was so bent up, it was tricking the lock into thinking it should be working. So every time you unlocked the door, it locked back and would not come undone. This also affected the other doors. At the time, all I had was my Micro tool and the lug wrench. I used the Micro tool to take the inner door panel off the door and used the lug wrench to beat the door panel back out away from the lock assembly. Then I used the tool to straighten the linkage so it worked properly until we could get back home. In addition to the original tool, I now own the Micro-Plus. I want the Utili-Key and will probably get a few so as to have one on all my key rings. Keep up the good work and thanks for building such a fine and handy tool. A fan for life.
Larry Abramson
Tennessee


I've read the other testimonials, and I have to admit that I've saved no lives with my Micro Plus. But, you'd be hard pressed to catch me without it. I've removed and reinstalled a car battery with it. I've used it to perform computer maintenance. I've used it to cut and bend a coat hanger to get a stranded driver back into her car. I've applied some very impressive torque to the Phillips screwdriver with no deformation detectable. Like I said, I won't be without it.
Doug Manter
Denver, CO


I saw an ad for your tool, ordered one, and received it. Little did I know how soon I would need it. During a mountain bike trek on New Years morning I found myself broken down about 8 miles out on the Aqueduct trail. The rear shifter cable let loose and tangled up in the rear sprocket, spokes, and shifter. Now I am good and stuck 8 miles from home with a rear wheel that won't turn. The cable had wound through the spokes around the sprocket and had frozen up the wheel. Then I remembered my tool, which was faithfully clipped to my key chain. Using the regular screw driver, pliers, and shears, I was able to cut and remove the broken cable and ride home. Now, I only had one speed but I could roll instead of walk. Well worth the price of admission. I won't leave home without it. Thanks.
James Jamieson
New York
Swiss+Tech
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