Dango Products MT02 Multi-Tool
Multi-tools come in various shapes, sizes, and designs. Regardless of their design, it is imperative that they can provide you with as much functionality as possible. Otherwise, there’s no point calling such contraptions as multi-tools. Consider, for instance, the MT02 Multi-Tool. At first glance, it may look more like a very odd ID case with bizarre-looking cutouts, holes, and ridges. But that’s the real beauty of a multi-tool.
The MT02 from Dango comes with index points that seamlessly and securely lock into the high-carbon stainless steel chassis allowing for the multi-tool to give you a variety of functions. What we failed to mention is that the MT02 is actually the chassis for the Dango dapper and tactical super-slim wallets. If you need the utmost functionality of the MT02, you simply have to move the wallet out of the way to gain access to a variety of functions.
The first index point exposes the MT02’s sharpened and serrated edges, allowing you to cut and slice almost anything like a hot knife through butter. The second index point gives you access to the multi-tool’s handle so you’ll get more leverage on the various functionalities that are integrated into its design.
There’s a rope tensioner on the MT02 plus a box cutter to open all of your packages in a jiffy. There’s a hex wrench for those automotive tasks while its bottle opener will surely come in handy during breaks or when you simply want to guzzle a bottle or two of your favorite alcohol. It comes with a nail pryer, too, so you can already ditch the claw hammer that you have in your utility box. The flat head screwdriver can come in handy for almost every other tightening or loosening job you have at the site.
The Dango MT02 looks more like a skeleton that really needs some form of flesh. Luckily you can always slip in a dapper or tactical wallet from Dango to make it even more functional. You will definitely feel more confident knowing that you’ve got the right tools right inside your pocket wherever you may go.