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Friday, 26 August 2022 11:17

Paul Chen MutiTasker

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PaulChenMultitasker01If you looked at the sliding head mechanism of this tool and immediately thought Gerber, you'd be right... sort of!

This version is the Paul Chen MultiTasker but it was originally the Fiskars Excalubur, and has also been known by a few other names in its time.  The Excalibur version was produced in China under license to Fiskars, Gerber's parent company, but this Paul Chen version has no connection, other than being made by the same people in the same factory.  And, it has perhaps the best set of shears available on any multitool anywhere!PaulChenMultitasker02

Read all about the confusing pedigree of the Paul Chen MultiTasker with the Multitool Encyclopedia, only at Multitool.org!  

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