When I was younger, I had a very specific image of what a multitool looked like. It was either a swiss army knife or a traditional pliers-based letherman.
That notion is now, more than ever, out of date. They come in a variety of sizes and designs, ranging from small key chains to survival-oriented ones with fire starters.
Yet, whether you want a knife with a range of blade designs or simply prefer the classics, the Phantom is an intriguing alternative.
I’ve seen hundreds of plier-style tools, but none with a full-size pair of spring-loaded scissors and an interchangeable blade that transforms a single knife into 10 different cutting instruments.
Keep each blade in its magnetic hard case to keep it secure and accounted for.
A lock-release button enables one-handed use, and smoothly folds up for a sleek profile that won’t snag on cloth.
If you enjoy multitools…and who doesn’t? I propose that you take a look at the Phantom.
You will NOT be sorry.
If you’re looking for a multifunctional tool for survival purposes or an EDC multitool with high capability — the S208 Phantom will meet your all your requirements … and then quickly exceed your expectations.