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CRKT Eat’N Tool Overview

CRKT offers a broad line of sport, work, and professional knives and tools that are purpose driven designs. Their sole purpose is to provide improved functional tools that are purposeful and creative.

What Makes It Unique
The CRKT Eat’N Tool takes the original “spark” design and adds a multi-functional design to it. This single piece multi-functional tool includes that spork as the mail tool, but also has a bottle cap opener on one of the sides. On the right side of the handle there is a flathead screwdriver that can also double as a pry bar for canisters. Towards the top of the handle there are 3 hex screw wrenches; 6mm, 8mm, and a 10mm size. You can also clip it onto anything with the attached carabiner. This tool has it all.

Manufacturer: CRKT
Product Name: Eat’N Tool
MSRP: $7.99

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CRKT Eat’N Tool
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CRKT Eat’N Tool

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