Zilla-Tool - Designed by Launce Barber & Tom Stokes
The Zilla-Tool is a departure from the typical multi-tool pliers. It has a techno ergonomic design, without sharp edges to hurt the hand. The pliers do not need to be folded out. They are spring loaded, and are ready for use with the flick of a button. The bit driver and bit storage pockets yield a fully functional screwdriver. The 3" combo edge spear point blade of 3Cr13 stainless steel at 54-55 Rc., can be quickly opened with either hand by pressing the blade "flipper" which then acts as a blade guard when open.
The locking liner makes this a fully ambidextrous tool. Pliers are needle nose with both fine flat and circular toothed gripping surfaces with a wire cutter at the base. The Zilla-Tool is available with a bead-blast finish and black injection-molded scales.
Weighs 7.4 oz.
Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patented* Zilla-Tool™ as part of our innovative I.D. Works™line of tools. It really is the monster tool, with a comfortable ergonomic handle that lets you get a lot of work done.
The Zilla-Tool 9060K features a black-on-black non-reflective tactical finish.
The pliers jaws are spring loaded, with a slight needle nose taper. They have both fine flat and circular toothed gripping surfaces. Near the base of the pliers, is a very useful wire cutter, and also a notch near the handle for wire stripping.
You can store the two screwdriver hex bits in the Zilla-Tool's handle reliefs. It also accepts other standard hex bits.
To open the knife blade quickly, just press the little "flipper." It also acts as a blade guard when the blade is open.
Metallic surfaces are black EDP, while the Zilla-Tool's rugged scales are injection molded black glass filled nylon.
The custom stainless steel clip will hold the Zilla-Tool in your pocket or on gear, or it can be removed if you want to use the included nylon sheath with belt loop and snap closure.
The Zilla-Tool can open bottles too, using the end of its pliers handle.
*U.S. Pat. No. D557,100