The GOAT Tools multi-tool is the most versatile and customizable multi-tool on the market. With its patented Hot-Swap pivot system, you can easily replace, swap, and rearrange the tools to fit your specific needs. Whether you're a weekend warrior, a professional tradesman, or just someone who likes to be prepared, the GOAT Tools multi-tool has you covered.

Here are just a few of the features that make the GOAT Tools multi-tool the best on the market:

  • Modular design: The GOAT Tools multi-tool is modular, so you can customize it to fit your specific needs. With over 17 different modules already available, you can create the perfect multi-tool for any task.
  • Durable construction: The GOAT Tools multi-tool is made from high-quality materials, so it can withstand even the most demanding conditions. The handles and the tools are made from stainless steel.
  • Compact and lightweight: The GOAT Tools multi-tool is compact and lightweight, so you can easily carry it with you wherever you go. It measures just 4 inches long and weighs only 7.7 ounces.

If you're looking for a versatile, customizable, and durable multi-tool, then the GOAT Tools multi-tool is the perfect choice for you. Order yours today!


Combination pliers with wire-cutters  Hobby blade holder 10mm wrench + medium flathead
 Main blade Full-size bit-driver 2mm allen/hex wrench
Saw Awl/Reamer Nylon MOLLE compatible sheath.
Scissors Small flathead

Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews
Colin Hawthorne
Not worth the fuss

Fragile & finicky in operation.
Generally poorly performing tools eg.
Saw, 50 strokes, depth of cut in pine plank
-goat 15mm
-Mossy Oak 22mm
-SAK 32mm
-Roxon Flex 32mm
Awl twists to penetrate 6mm plastic
-goat 21
-Mossy Oak 17
-SAK 9
-Flex 8
That's real life performance, gives an indication just how poor it is-can't compete vs disposable knock offs, never mind quality.
Across the board the tools aren't great bar scissors & hobby knife, & the scissors don't always work. & the hobby knife can be hazardous.
The cutters are a disgrace.
Easy to damage individual tools & the entire locking/swap mechanism.
Getting the leaf spring back in position takes a lot more effort than needed to overpower it, which isn't hard to do.
An implement that needs cossetting like this does doesn't deserve to be called a tool.
As somebody else said, it's pocket jewellery.

Great Idea - Poor Execution

Unfortunately, I am not satisfied with the multi-tool and the addons. There are several design flaws and quality issue with the scissors. The wire cutters are too shallow to work properly. The tools are stacked too tight and I will probably use bronze washers to improve the operation. The scissors broke at the base - probably a defective unit. The metal file is good only for finger nails. The S35VN blade is adequate - good geometry for most common tasks. The pliers are precise and well aligned. I haven't use the tool long enough to give a definitive feedback. I really like the idea of the tool and think it has a great potential. Hope you get all the users feedback in mind, when designing the GOAT Tool 2. Will send you my opinion of the tool after a few months of use. Wish you all the best!


Been carrying this for a few months now, since I picked all the tools I want to carry it's super useful and I end up grabbing it 5x a week.

scott McMillan
Great idea

Only got it a few days ago. Nicely made and works well. Now just need to use it to see how it stands up to time. But with the option of changing bits when they break I'm have high hopes. Only problem is you sent me the option with none locked blades. But I wanted locking blades as was for work and there for legal under UK law

Elliott Martin
Love the idea. Hope it develops.

I love the idea of a modular multitool. And I think GOAT pulled it off well. The tool feels sturdy, it is easy enough to use, and it has already come in handy plenty of times. I haven’t had any problems with the lock bar system. And the standard tools are well chosen (though I never use the reamer). The bit driver is the best I’ve seen on a multitool. Overall, I’m a big fan.
That being said there are some things I’d love to see improved or added:
- the saw being able to lock when in a different position (not next to the spacer)
- the bit driver being able to lock
- scissors that can be used when detached
- additional tool options, like tweezers, diamond file, nail clippers, toothpick, pen, or a half-size bit driver for flat bits to free up space