Model # CMT1000

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Crescent Odd Job Multi-Tool with Bonus Item

Discontinued Crescent

Odd Job Multi-Tool with Bonus Item

  • Multi-purpose diy tool
  • Laser etched scale
  • Wipes clean easily of oil and dirt
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The Crescent Odd Job is the official tool of 1,000 little things. Sized right for kitchen drawer, college dorm, condos and apartment, boats and cars. 1 tool that does the job of 11th steel hammer with heft for driving in small nails, tacks and dowels with a nail puller to remove old nails.

  • 1 tool for assembling, fixing and hanging in every room of the house 6 screwdriver bits included are Philips, slotted and hex bits
  • Soft-faced mallet for tapping without marring or breaking
  • Fine-toothed reversible ratcheting bit driver tightens and loosens screws quickly and easily
  • Flexible driver shaft bends to reach into tight corners and 6 bit storage in handle makes tackling any job easy
  • Magnetically retained and removable utility knife opens boxes and breaks them down with ease

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Manufacturer Warranty Free of material and workmanship defects Limited Lifetime Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty 1 year limited
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Odd Job Multi-Tool with Bonus Item is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from why didn't I think of this I thought I would put this tool to the test when I helped my friend move to a new apartment. This tool came in handy in more ways than I could have imagined. The flexible screw head attachment was very convenient for removing screws from those awkwardly placed locations. This was especially important when taking apart the bedframe. Theres also a box cutter built into the handle on one side and assorted bits located on the other side. The hammer is of good quality and although not heavy duty, it should suffice for most day to day tasks. There is also a mallet that is good when working on delicate tasks (i.e. assembling cheap furniture). Overall handy tool and great product.
Date published: 2015-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the “One Tool” to have at hand. The Crescent Odd Job 11 Tools in One is the “one tool” I want to have at hand when attempting any new project or repair in my home. It is a good size (not tiny (like some multi-tools) and has a good feel to it when one is using one of its multiple features. The design of this tool seems to fit naturally into a workers hand and using it is comfortable and flexible. The tool contains a hammer, nail-puller, soft mallet, reversible, ratcheting screwdriver with six interchangeable tips, a flexible shaft extension for hard to reach places, and a handy retractable knife with break-away blades. I’ve already put this tool to work mounting a shelf and assembling a small cabinet. I will keep this Crescent Odd Job “One Tool” close at hand for the thousands of small tasks a homeowner encounters.
Date published: 2014-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Handy little tool This tool is great when you need extra leverage or just a quick job done. Holding a standard screwdriver is getting harder these days. This tool gives you a way to hold onto it that isn't so painful and it takes less pressure to use. It also has the ratchet mechanism that makes it easier to tighten and loosen screws. It has 6 different bits/heads that store in the handle. I'm not so sure about the bonus part. It's looks like it will be good to get into odd places but I haven't had the opportunity to use it yet. This tool is a bit heavy but the hammer part works pretty good for little jobs. There is a knife that is stored on board that is convenient for opening boxes or cutting cord. It's sized to store almost anywhere that you might need a quick tool. Overall a good little tool to have around.
Date published: 2015-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from very handy This tool is actually very handy. It's obviously targeted at homeowner tasks like assembling furniture that comes knocked down and includes a lot of screws. The hammer is good, but for tapping pieces together without damage, the plastic mallet is excellent. The ratcheting driver works fine and the hammer makes a convenient t-handle for it. 6 bits are included and stored in the handle. If you already have a typical multi-tool that includes pliers, scissors and cutting blades, this tool makes a good complement. It also includes a tiny utility knife, which is fine but I'm not as likely to need it. I didn't really like the way the bits are stored in the tool. They're in a plastic holder which snaps into the handle, but mine was way too tight and getting it out required either a screwdriver, or a thumbnail of steel. However, I easily fixed it by filing it down a bit. It's also not quite symmetrical, which is odd and means you always have to insert it the right way, and the space for your thumbnail is tiny. The utility knife, on the other side of the handle, is held neatly in place by a magnet and is easy too remove; wish the bit holder could be similar. Also included is a flexible extension for the driver, which I haven't used yet but is a very nice thing to have when you need it. However, it's a separate piece to keep track of. I think they could have skipped the utility knife and included a short straight driver extension which you'd never need to hunt for. I'd like it better if it didn't look like a kids' toy - there's really no need for the day-glo colors. But aside from nit-picking the bit holder, I find this tool quite useful and it's a great thing to keep in that kitchen drawer full of odds and ends.
Date published: 2014-11-03
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