True Utility FrameWork Mini Review

True Utility TU194 FrameWork Mini

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.

True FrameWork Mini Multi-tool

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
  • Knife
  • Saw
  • Awl
  • File

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 It is also sold at

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James Scott

About James Scott

James has always been fascinated by design, architecture, and technology, and he brings his passion for computers and gadgets to his reporting for Geek Alerts. When he's not working or browsing the Internet, James enjoys movies, video games, and nightlife.

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