Stanley 14-Piece Multi-tool

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Product overview

• Multi-tool includes knife, serrated blade, file and bit holder
• With 1/4 inch drive sockets, slotted, Phillips and hex screwdriver bits
• Blades and file lock into position at 180 degrees
• Bit holder can lock at 3 different angles - ideal for working in confined spaces

The Stanley 14-in-1 Multi-tool contains the following tools:
1 x knife
1 x serrated blade
1 x file
1 x bit holder
4 x 1/4 inch square drive sockets: 10mm, 11mm, 12mm and 13mm
2 x Slotted screwdriver bits: 6-8mm and 8-10mm
2 x Phillips screwdriver bits: PH1 and PH2
2 x Hex bits: 5mm and 6mm
The blades and file lock into position at 180°. The bit holder lock at 90°, 135° and 180° for working at different angles in confined spaces.

The Stanley Works, originally a bolt and door hardware manufacturing company located in New Britain, Connecticut; was founded in 1843 by Frederick T. Stanley. A few years later, in 1857, Frederick's cousin, Henry Stanley, founded The Stanley Rule and Level Company. In 1920, The Rule and Level Company merged with The Stanley Works and would go on to become its famous Hand Tools Division.
From the timeless Classic 199 'Stanley Knife', a design icon of the 20th century, to the new range of 'FatMax' hand tools, innovation and quality are synonymous with the Stanley name. Stanley is the number one brand for tools - demanded for their performance by professionals, enthusiasts and DIYers alike.
Stanley in the 21st century is much more than just knives. In addition to the world famous hand tools, the Stanley range now includes paint brushes and rollers, sliding doors, pneumatic fastening solutions and mechanics' tools

Please note that, under the Offensive Weapons Act 1996, this product cannot be sold to anyone under the age of 18.

Is this tool legal to carry in public in the UK? It seems to have a fixed blade and a total length of more than 3".

Asked by: Crisp
This particular tool is quite large and would typically be carried in a toolbox and not on your person If you are in any doubt at all regarding the legality of carrying a bladed item I would advise contacting your local Police. The following web site contains important information regarding carrying knifes and bladed tools.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-09-21
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