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
|2mm allen/hex wrench
|Nylon MOLLE compatible sheath.
After a little use on this tool it’s found its way to my desk drawer. Fantastic concept and once all the bugs are worked out I think it’ll be fantastic. Wire cutters need some re work. I wish there was a way for the lock lever to stay locked in position and not come up with the rest of the tools. While I have no experience in designing or manufacturing products, I fully believe the 2.0 version whenever that comes out will be great.
This multitool is very innovative and the quality is top tier for its first iteration. A lot of pride went into the design and manufacturing of this product. The multitool itself feels very nice in the hand, great retention on the pocket clip. This tool is original and sets itself apart with the hobby knife blade, hex wrench. open ended nut driver/ large flat head combo tool and spring loaded pliers. The opening and closing of multitool is smooth. I like the standard, stock implements. The scissors are a good size and cut very nicely. The "hot swap" level makes swapping tool implements easy as. The clip point knife blade needs sharpening but can be done easily. My only minor complaint is the pocket clip is very hard to unscrew. Overall, I'm very happy with my first impressions and excited to use the GOAT multitool.
Tools not bad. Shipping so bad
The best multi tool I have ever bought. Thank you
Definitely not a heavy duty tool. I think scales should come with it as it's kind of bland without them. There needs to be some type of cover for the razor blade though. I put a piece of cardboard over it as it almost got me a few times. I think some type of hard plastic, hard rubber, or a slip cover should be made for it. As far as the rest of the tools go, there is no nail nick to easily pull out the bit driver, so that's kinda annoying, the handles flex side to side more than I'd like when using the bit driver so you have to grip a little different to avoid that. The 10mm wrench on the pry tool makes me think it may not last long. (I mostly use multitool pry bars for opening paint cans, so if it can't last long doing that then I'm not impressed) The saw is pretty dull as well. The biggest problem is the cutting heads, they literally won't even cut all the way through a Qtip! They need to be updated badly. The tools clump, but that doesn't bother me as I already knew that before I bought it. I'm looking forward to more tool options, and I love that I can actually clean this all the way out when it gets dirty. I will be picking up some titanium scales for it as I think that will greatly increase the feeling of quality. I also love that I can move tools around. I'm planning on taking each tool out and polishing the contact areas, and experimenting with bronze washers for the outside tools. This is not a tool for everyone, this is a tool for those that like to tinker and adjust things on their tools. I'm an amateur gun smith, jewler, and mechanic so I don't mind playing around and trying new ideas. I hope this tool takes off so that we can get some improvements down the road. It has a lot of potential. I would love to see an over built option to compete with my Leatherman surge.