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10-in-1 Plumber Multi Tool with Pouch

$14.98 /each

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The HDX 10-in-1 Multi-Tool with Pouch is a versatile plumbing multi-tasking tool. This multi-tool includes a heavy duty PVC cutter, a combo knife, a saw-tooth blade knife, a flat-head screw driver, a Phillips-head screwdriver, and a multi-use premium cutting blade. This tool also features a built-in flashlight for working in poorly lit areas.

  • Premium handles provide comfortable grip
  • All the blades are made from the finest steel to provide the sharpest cut
  • Built-in flashlight is ideal for lighting up poorly lit areas under sinks, cabinets, or in basements
  • Tubing cutter provides the user with quick and easy tube cutting solutions
  • Includes handy carrying pouch
  • Durable construction

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Where is the flashlight?

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Houston, TX
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August 5, 2013
I have this tool and can't seem to find the flashlight... where is it?
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Central Florida
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December 7, 2013
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Small little barrel inside the handle.
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Brooklyn, NY, USA
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October 12, 2013
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It's small but it's next the blades.
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New Mexico, USA
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October 9, 2013
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It's the tiny thing on the left side with a lens and light source.
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September 26, 2013
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It is located next to the saw and blade. What a great feature on this multi tool.
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Las Cruces, NM, USA
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September 25, 2013
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At one end. It's smaller that all the other tools
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Springwater, NY, USA
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September 10, 2013
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It is next to the screw drivers. Small light but excellant little light
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Phoenix, AZ, USA
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September 3, 2013
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It looks like a small cylinder and flips out like the other tools in the handles and the end twists to turn it on and off.
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Wisconsin
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September 2, 2013
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It looks like a small tube on the side with the knife. Pull up then give a slight twist of the cap
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August 15, 2013
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The flashlight is located (when the tool is closed) on the side with the knife and saw blades. its small, only about an inch long and has a knurled knob around the top to twist it on and off. You will need to buy the small button batteries for it.
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August 7, 2013
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It is the small tube. Remove the little piece of paper that blocks the battery and you will see it. It works well.
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August 6, 2013
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I am answering my own question. I was looking at another tool and it had a pointer to the light and I looked on my tool and there it was. It is the little cylinder and you have to tighten the top to make the light turn on and loosen it to turn it off. it is a good bright light too!
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September 23, 2013
Which way do the batteries go in. And do all four go in at the same time?
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December 12, 2013
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All four of the batteries should be in a plastic sleeve and the entire stack should go in the light. The batteries have a flat side with writing on them and a positive (+) symbol; the other side is slight raised with a green rim around the contact. The positive side (with the "+" symbol) should go in first - again, as a stack in the plastic sleeve. If you have lost the sleeve, just make sure they all go Read More
All four of the batteries should be in a plastic sleeve and the entire stack should go in the light. The batteries have a flat side with writing on them and a positive (+) symbol; the other side is slight raised with a green rim around the contact. The positive side (with the "+" symbol) should go in first - again, as a stack in the plastic sleeve. If you have lost the sleeve, just make sure they all go in the same way - positive side first. Read Less
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December 7, 2013
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They had a plastic sleeve don't remove it. Ok if you did. Just stack the same way and push the light down on them don't try to drop them one by one. Can't say which way they go if first you don't succeed try one more time the other way.
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They go in at the same time, yes. Narrow end down. There is a small piece of plastic which must be discarded for the light to work.
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September 26, 2013
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It comes with a row of (4) small flat batteries but you need to unscrew the cap off the flashlight. There is a protective white film to keep it from coming on until you get it home. Remove the white paper and screw the top back on, you are set to go. Strong light for this little tool. Great feature.
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All 4 batteries are used. All the same direction, with the print toward the inside.
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the knife cuts tube sold separately?

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if the knife cuts tube is broke
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I am not sure what you are asking. If you cut something with a knife, yes, it is effectively broken.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by good tool but the cutter isnt great everything on this tool is good except the pipe cutter which is the main reason I bought it. I tried to cut a 3/4 pvc pipe and it wouldn't cut it. May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Super cool tool! This is a great tool. It has all kinds of great tool features. It came with no instructions. Just the black pouch that can be put on your belt. It is supposed to have a light on it, but I could not figure out where on it the light is supposed to be. It took me a while to find the safety to open the pipe cutter. I am attaching a picture of the safety. The Saw Blade has a handy ruler on it too! This is very sturdy and heavy. I will be keeping it in either my laundry room or in the garage near the water heater! August 4, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This is a reasonable good multi tool This isn't the best multi tool ever made but for the price it isn't bad at all. It has the features you'll need for may common plumbing tasks. I don't know how long it will last but I have no doubt it will last long enough to be considered a good value. April 9, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A lot Packed In Small Package HDX Multi-Tool is great to have at home, office or car, it is the tool for quick jobs. It includes small flashlight which is very handy, flat head with blade, saw with measuring tool on the side, hole punch, pruning shears with safety lock, Phillips head, hex sock set, square sock set, knife and bottle opener. Just about anything one would need for those quick fixes. It has an extreme grip, folds up and fits in nice heavyweight black carrying case designed to carry on the belt. Would make a great gift. September 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Plumber or Electrician good tool to have on your hip This is a very handy tool. The tube cutter is heavy duty. The teeth on the saw are offset and very sharp. Most of the tools would be handy in a sprinkle system install. Flashlight is nice small decent lumens small batteries. December 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Versatile multi-tool I'm not really a plumber, so many of the features are are not really that useful to me. However, the blades and pipe cutters are versatile and universal enough for most users. I found the LED light also pretty useful, especially for situations where one wouldn't normally have a flashlight handy. As a a whole, great value. January 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Actually very handy tool I'm not a big fan of multi-tools but this one might make me change my tune. The description is lacking and the tool didn't come with any instructions so here's some more information. This plumber's multi-tool has the following tools: - Tubing Cutter - Hex Stepped Seat Wrench - Square Stepped Seat Wrench - Flat head screwdriver with knife - Phillips head screwdriver with some sort of hook - Knife - Saw blade with ruler markings - LED FLashlight You also get a decent case with a belt loop. The tubing cutters are sharp and easy to use. The description says they are spring loaded but I don't see any indication of that. You need to manually open and close it to operate. There's a little metal safety near the handle that you'll need to swing out to be able to use the cutters. They're good for cutting flexible tubing such as PEX and sprinkler line and probably some thin-walled rigid plastic. I thought I had some 3/4" PVC to test but couldn't find it. I wouldn't be surprised if it could cut it but not sure that's what this was meant for. The thickest plastic I was able to test was a 3/4" sprinkler cut-off riser. Cutting it was very easy. You need to use this like you would any other tubing cutter and sort of cut/spin/cut/spin as you go. If you try to just cut tubing like scissors you'll deform it and not get a square cut. The stepped seat wrenches are used to unscrew the seat from standard faucets that don't use a cartridge. There are only 3 steps for each of the hex and square step wrenches. The flathead screwdriver is what you would expect in a multitool like this. As is the phillips head. It's flat but has a slight ridge. I'm not quite sure what the hook is for on the phillips head screwdriver. It might just be to help pull it out without having to unfold either of the step wrenches around it. The saw blade is sharp. and can be used to saw through some PVC pipe and the knife or the blade on the flathead screwdriver can be used to clean up any rough edges. For it's size the flashlight is pretty bright. Before using it for the first time you need to unscrew the lens and remove a small paper disc to allow current to flow from the batteries. To turn it on screw the lens down to make contact. To turn it off unscrew it a bit. Some of the tools are a little hard to pry out. Especially the saw, knife and flathead screwdriver. I tried oiling them but it didn't help. The belt mounted sheath that comes with it seems sturdy. If you have the tool unfolded to primarily use the tubing cutters you can slide it in the case handles up and it's held securely in the case, allowing you to pull it out and make the next cut in your tubing. I mainly wanted a tubing cutter but it's nice to have the extras. The few times I need to use my step wrench I never know where it is. This is much easier to keep in a toolbox. Like all multi-tools it suffers from being a jack of all trades, master of none but it does pack a lot of useful tools for plumbers. For a homeowner that has flexible PEX tubing it's a nice way to get a bunch of tools you'll need and keep them together. They should probably come out with one meant for irrigation installers. July 22, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice features, but needs more! The pipe cutter and screw drivers are very handy and I especially like the built-in flashlight but it needs more tools that I would use everyday. I also like the compact size and pouch which makes it easy to take to and around the job. September 3, 2013
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