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Davis Instruments debuts new pocket tool

Davis Instruments debuts new pocket tool

HAYWARD, Calif. — What’s the best tool to grab when fingers are cold and wet, and a zipper won’t function? Better than a Swiss multifunction knife, Davis Instruments’ Snap Tool Multi-Key is a deck plate key with an attitude, a release from the company stated.

Its button snapper and unsnapper work for shrunken canvas or corroded snaps. The zipper puller tames even the stiffest and stickiest of zippers, and is perfect for when the pull tab is missing, the release continued.

A palm-sized toolbox, the Snap Tool Multi-Key has 5/16, 3/8, 7/16 and 1/2-inch hex wrench sockets, a scraper and a sharp, recessed cutting blade for line and cord. It has a slotted screwdriver and is the world’s only deck key with a Phillips head.

Boaters appreciate that the Snap Tool Multi-Key fits most deck caps—old and new, the release stated. Its shackle tool works on galvanized and stainless shackle pins, and is rugged enough to unscrew corroded ones. It has a lanyard hole and bottle opener.

Thicker and stronger than other similar tools, the patent-pending Snap Tool Multi-Key’s plate is manufactured from hardened 304 stainless steel, so it won’t corrode or break. It measures 2.75-inch W x 4.48-inch L, weighs 2.8 oz. and sells for $12.99.

For more information, contact Davis Instruments at 510.732.9229 or visit www.davisnet.com.

SOURCE: Davis Instruments press release

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