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SOG Powerlock, NSN 5110-01-507-0228 / 5110-01-425-7570

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NSN 5110-01-507-0228 / 5110-01-425-7570
0.60 LBS
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Product Description

As one of the original multi-tool manufacturers, SOG has learned quite a bit over the years. Like how to make the toughest tools with patented gear driven compound-leverage mechanisms. End-users have stated that quick access is a must. Just flip our tools out with one hand and see for yourself how well we listened. Versatility in the field is a necessity and hex bolt construction provides access. There is also a myriad of features that you might not readily see; for instance, our saws cut faster and our files shave better.


SOG PowerLock w/ Nylon Pouch 5110-01-507-0228 S60-N
SOG PowerLock w/ Camouflage Nylon Pouch 5110-01-425-7570 S60-C

Product Videos

SOG Powerlock vs Leatherman Charge: Charge's the Champ Part 1 (15:18)
PART 1 of 2 Here the the SOG Powerlock EOD Model B61 multi-tool (MT) goes up against my standard of measure for full-size MTs, the Leatherman Charge TTi. This one of course is my Cabelas special edition camo version. The Powerlock is the black oxide EOD version. In this 2-part series, Nutnfancy pits them against each other in terms of size, weight, ease of use, comfort, toughness, versatility and features, carry case, quality, and price. You guessed it: the Charge TTi (or the AL, ALX, Ti) wins in most but not all categories. The SOG Powerlock suffers from cumbersome handle covers, sympathetic and less elegant tool deployment, a ¼ driver with a finicky lock, a tiny chisel-ground pen knife blade, a less versatile and heavier sheath, and its 1.2 oz heavier. Thats not to say the SOG Powerlock is bad: it offers a lot of strength with its compound leverage cams, has faster deploying pliers, has good tool variety (including better scissors and a punch), can use ¼ sockets, and its a lot cheaper than the Leatherman Charge. But again the Charge just shines: take for instance its quick detachable and strong pocket clip that can truly turn it into an EDC (every day carry) pocket tool (albeit a 8.2 one!). At least as of now, its just hard to beat the speed, ease of use, excellent blades, outstanding sheath, weight efficiency, and bit versatility of the Leatherman Charge series and it again comes home as the champ in the comparison. Nutnfancy Likeability Scale for SOG Powerlock EOD: 5 out of 10. Nutnfancy Likeability Scale for Charge series: 10 out of 10 Corrections: Meant to say S2 Juice as my favorite compact MT; at 11:45 I meant to say the Powerlock, not Charge (it was late!)
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