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December 6, 2011

Mo-Tool Ax: "The most dangerous object in the office this month"


Wrote Kristina Bjoran of this device in the December issue of Wired: "Multitools generally don’t come with axes — probably because that would be absurd. The only way to make it work would be to combine an ax that’s waaay too small with a multitool that's waaay too big. So, seriously, Brook & Hunter, what were you thinking with this $50 Mo-Tool monstrosity? In addition to a hammer (!), wire cutter, and can opener, it has a 2-inch-long ax head (and a safety sleeve so you don’t open your femoral artery when you shove it into your pocket). It'll really come in handy when we're… um, when we're repairing doll houses? When we're clear-cutting bonsai? Oh, Brook & Hunter, we can't stay mad at you. Look at it — it's a friggin' multitool with an ax. Just don't call it a hatchet."


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or Wood handle.

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Worthless Chi-com POS

Posted by: Julian | Dec 7, 2011 1:24:37 PM

Wow, at first glance I thought it was maybe a steampunk Roadrunner.



Posted by: Flautist | Dec 6, 2011 2:02:28 PM

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