True Utility FrameWork Mini Review
In the past we’ve reviewed quite a few products from True Utility, a company based in England that designs and manufactures high quality pocket tools. Now they sent GeekAlerts a whole range of new products, and we’re taking a hands-on look at one of them in this True Utility TU194 FrameWork Mini Review.
FrameWork Mini is a stainless steel multi-tool that is a lot like a mini Leatherman Skeletool. When closed it measures about 3″ long an 1 3/8″ wide, making it an easy fit in your pocket. (Just attach a ring and use it as a key chain.) Yet it isn’t too small to be useful. When opened as needle nose pliers it measures 4 1/4″ long, and it has room for plenty of other useful tools including a knife, saw, file, wire cutters, small and medium flat head screwdrivers, Phillips screwdriver, bottle opener, can opener, and awl.
Basically it has all the most useful tools in a compact, attractive package. Everyone has different needs an preferences, so for some a full size multi-tool is ideal. Yet for me, that would be too heavy and bulky to carry around, making this True Utility FrameWork Mini a much better option. Despite its small size, this stainless steel multitool appears to be quite strong a well-built. It would make a nice stocking-stuffer for Christmas.
Packed with 11 everyday useful tools including screwdrivers, needle nose pliers, wire cutters, knife, saw, bottle opener, can opener, and more. An open framed cleverly constructed multi-tool for your pocket or key-ring, hosting a range of essential tools. Keep this handy for everyday use.
True Utility TU194 FrameWork Mini Tools
- Needle Nosed Pliers & Wire Cutters (spring assisted)
- Phillips Screwdriver
- Medium + Small Screwdriver
- Bottle Opener
- Can Opener
This pocket sized multi-tool works great, looks fantastic, and offers high quality at a low cost. True Utility FrameWork Mini is available for £13 (~$21) with free UK delivery at TrueUtility.com. It is also sold at Amazon.co.uk.