CRKT Guppie and Eat'N Tool Combo Pack


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CRKT Guppie and Eat’N Tool Combo Pack
Price: $15.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, Oct 13 to Friday, Oct 14) + transit
Condition: New

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#3

$23.50 on the Mothership with Prime shipping. So it’s a couple bucks cheaper here (when you include that legendary 20-day Woot shipping + tax), so…

Found another - $22.25 (with free shipping) from Knife Port (on Amazon)

So, $15.99 + $5.00 + whatever tax, isn’t really a great deal.

[MOD: As noted below, not the same.]


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#5

That doesn’t include the spork/eating utensil. It’s only the Guppie tool.


#6

Can this be shipped to NY State, what with the folding knife included?


#7

Ok so I bought one of these while back, the knife broke on me within a few weeks. The adjustable wrench isn’t too stong. The built in led is cool but not too bright.I love gerber products but this wasn’t one of their best.


#8

we believe so because it is a multi-tool and the blade is only 2". You should check your local laws however.


#9

This is not a Gerber tool… Its a CRKT brand.


#10

It’s not a Gerber product…

The Eat’N Tool is pretty useless, but I carry my Guppy almost everyday and love it. The screwdrivers are easier to use than on a folding multitool (Leatherman or Gerber), and I haven’t lost the bits yet (clip so the tool is inside of my pocket). The wrench is only occasionally useful, because it doesn’t open very wide, but I have definitely used it.

I’m on my second–I replaced the first because the jaw of the wrench would work itself open and then fall out (there must be a stop that eventually wore down).