///PocketToolX Brewzer Review

PocketToolX Brewzer Review

Brewzer Pocket ToolPocketToolX’s Brewzer may not look like much, but it does a few jobs very well.

The Brewzer is unique in that it does not try to do everything – unlike so many gadgets these days. It offers to assist in accomplishing a short list of tasks that tend to be daily tasks: open bottles, open boxes, pry too, flat head screwdriver, box ripper, beer shotgun tool – for the frat boys out there.

This isn’t the cheap corner store bottle opener your used to. Brewzer is constructed from high-grade heat-treated stainless steel. Good luck breaking it.

The box ripper does a surprisingly good job or opening packages without being sharp enough to cut you from inside your pocket. It’s far better than having packing tape gumming up your knife or getting a piece of the tape wedged into a key to later render your lock inoperable.

Having a screwdriver readily available is a funny thing. You never realize how much you need one till you have one. The flat head screwdriver is a good mid-range size. It will handle the vast majority of slot head screws you come across in a day.

Being that I am 14 years past my college days, the ability to “shotgun” a beer is of little use to me. But, I imagine plenty of frat boys will find it useful.

PocketToolX has gone through what must have been a lot of head aches to have several of their mulit-tools approved by the TSA. Now you can screw on a plane with a thumbs up from the TSA!

Specs:

  • Stainless Steel 0.140″ Thick
  • Heat-treated to 58-60 HRC
  • Overall Size: 2.45″ X 0.6″
  • 16 grams (0.54 oz.)
  • Bottle Opener
  • Multi-purpose tip
  • TSA-Compliant
  • Available Finishes: Smooth Stonewash (Standard) or Smoke Conversion Coat

The final verdict, for $20 the PocketToolX’s Brewzer is simple, well constructed, and useful. The PocketToolX Brewzer is thumbs up.

By | 2016-10-15T00:15:14+00:00 August 17th, 2011|Reviews, Survival Gear Reviews|0 Comments

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In his free time, Aaron enjoys hogging the remote, surfing, scotch, mental masturbation and debate over philosophical topics, and shooting stuff--usually not all at the same time.

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