07 Jun 2019

The Ultimate Multi-Tool

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This crazy and incredibly complicated multi-tool was made in Solingen, Germany, around the early 1880’s for J. S. Holler & Co.’s cutlery store in New York City.

And when I mean multiple blades, I mean 100 blades, and that’s not even the craziest part.

According to the National Museum Of American History, “It includes pocket knife blades of every style imaginable, a serrated blade, two dagger blades, several different types of shears and scissors, an auger, a corkscrew, two saws, a lancet, button hook, cigar cutter, tuning fork, pens and mechanical pencils, mirror, straight razor, and a functional .22-caliber five-shot pinfire revolver.


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I love it. But it reminds me of the Tilley “Vest of Many Pockets”. Unlikely to be practical because you’ll never remember which tools you actually have on it. Except the gun. Hard to forget the GUN.
Does it include a Robertson screw driver? Please, tell me yes.


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