The EDC knifeless Rebar is perfect for environments and job sites that need a handy set of tools, yet don’t allow for knife blades. Built for tough jobs and the hands that do them, the EDC Rebar features scissors instead of a traditional knife blade. Other essential features include a file, screwdrivers, replaceable wire cutters, a saw and more.
Perfect for holding small objects or using the pliers in tight, narrow spaces.
Conveniently hold and manipulate items.
Easily cut through regular and light-gauge wire with this replaceable, edge-retaining tool.
Easily cut through electrical hard wires with this replaceable, edge-retaining tool.
Found in the jaw of the tool and used for general purpose crimping of electrical connectors.
Safely strip multiple gauges and types of wire.
Quickly and easily saw through tough materials with this open-toothed tool.
Use one hand to quickly and easily cut through thin materials.
Puncture tough materials to create or enlarge holes and sew with the loop.
A precise measuring guide for determining length in inches or centimetres, up to 8 inches or 19 centimetres.
Safely and easily open canned goods in wilderness situations.
A tool that allows the user to pop the top on a favourite beverage.
Precisely file and smooth edges on wood and metal surfaces.
Tighten or loosen Phillips head screws.
Tighten and loosen larger flat-headed screws.
Tighten and loosen small flathead screws.
All locking features means that every tool and knife on the body of the handle, with the exception of the plier head, will lock into place. Note that the Crunch; however, does feature both all locking tools and plier head. The all locking design enables the user to operate individual tools safely and effectively. By locking them into place when fully open, the user can put pressure on the implement while safely completing the job, before manually unlocking the tool to stow it away.
This secure ring is for attaching the tool safely and securely to a lanyard. Often people who work near water or on scaffolding attach their tool to a lanyard on their person to avoid losing the tool if it's dropped.