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I am a Soldier currently deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. As a Soldier, I frequently find myself needing a tool when none is available.

In December 1997, I had just come back from a year-long tour of duty in Korea. My wife, Roberta, asked me what sort of stocking stuffer types of things I might like for Christmas. I'm a "gadget guy" and notoriously difficult to shop for, so she prefers the direct approach. I had just been looking through the latest REI (Recreational Equipment, Inc.) catalog where I'd seen your Utili-Key... Click here to read the entire testimonial.
Wayne R. Lacey CPT, GS
US Army, Afghanistan


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


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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