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Swiss Tech UtiliKey 6in1

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by dsonyay, Sep 22, 2011.

  1. dsonyay

    dsonyay Loaded Pockets

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    Anyone know if the Swiss Tech Utili-Key is made in U.S.?

    http://www.swisstechtools.com/productdetail.aspx?PID=VZ75GDTdP68A

    I have their Micro-Tech™ 6-In-1, but it's made in china and I'm a bit disappointed in the quality after minimal use.

    I've handled the Utili-key a while back and thought it was well made. But that was years ago.

    Thanks!
    David
     
  2. JAfromMn

    JAfromMn Banned

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    It is well made for what it is but I am pretty sure it's imported. It's a better made product than there pliers based tool's and the screw all's that I own. I just broke one but it had to be 5 years old so I figure I got my money out of it. I got a new one from a member of the forum today and it went right on my keychain hopefully for the next few year's. .
     
  3. rhazkhal

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    Still got mine and so does some of the of ots family... Back to Utilikey i've used it to open letters, sliced through plastic toy packages, unscrew some battery compartment to toys mentioned, and probably the hardest thing that it had performed is to pry open a new gallon of paint, ofcourse with a little bit of caution on my side so it wouldnt brake... So us or not it is a handy little thing...
     
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    I just checked the packaging, and mine says "Made in China"
    Cheers
    Mark
     
  5. jarguez

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    I don't know where is made my utilikey, but if isn't made in USA I'd prefer ¡Mexico!