Tool Logic Ice Lite I Tool Card with LED Light

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Meet the Tool Logic ICE Lite I with LED Light--all the emergency-preparedness you need in the size of a credit card. Weighing just 1. 3 oz, this tool comes with a two-inch stainless steel serrated blade. But don't let it's small size fool you--this blade is razor sharp and strong enough to cut through the toughest materials you put in front of it. This tool also comes with a red LED flashlight, which comes in handy if you need to find your way in the dark. It's made with a combination can and bottle opener, perfect for opening your last can of beans in your emergency supply. And with its awl, tweezers, toothpick and ruler, this card will be your go-to tool anytime life throws you a curveball.


Credit card sized and weighing just over 1 oz., the Tool Logic Ice Lite I with LED Light is a brilliant tool card that is amazingly useful when you need it most. Translucent card contains a 2 in. serrated blade, red LED flashlight, can/bottle opener, awl, tweezers, flat screwdriver, toothpick and ruler with in. and cm. Overstock.


CLOSEOUTS . The minimalist's dream, Tool Logic's Ice Lite I multitool card packs nine tools, including a serrated blade, can and bottle opener, tweezers and LED flashlight, into a lightweight holder the size of a credit card. Available Colors: CLEAR.

- Sierra Trading Post

Tool Logic Ice Lite I Tool Card with LED Light

previously retailed for:
$15.83 - $20.60

The Tool Logic Ice Lite I Tool Card with LED Light is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 10, 2014 at

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