Tactical Credit Card Axe Multi-Tool Fits In Your Wallet

May 19, 2015

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This is the $27 SURVCO Tactical Credit Card. It fits in your wallet and combines over 20 different multi-tool features including axe, seatbelt cutter, bottle opener, saw, wrenches, nail puller, spear and more. To work as an axe though it has to be mounted to a stick. That stick will not fit in your wallet, and I do NOT recommend using your penis. Just kidding, I 100% recommend using your penis and if you manage to cut down a tree, I'll give you a dollar.

Keep going for a couple more shots.

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Thanks to Jesse, who agrees if you're only going to carry one card in your wallet, it should be Discover. Just kidding, it should be my business card. Call me, let's do brunch!

  • JCL2468

    I recently got mine, in short it's as good a wallet tool as I've ever owned and I happily endorse it with one small proviso, the saw blade on it is worse than useless as it arrives untuned, however half an hour spent with a diamond needle file and I was able to tune the saw blade so that now it works quite well. If you decide to get one of these and tune the saw blade yourself, remember to file each subsequent tooth in the opposite direction from the last, giving the teeth a zig zag pattern that would allow you to process a branch into its handle. To be fair, considering the cost, I'm a little disappointed that I had to tune it myself, but now it's done it's not a bad little toy.

  • Bad Habit

    From the comments it's easy to see who would be a zombie and who would be a survivor.

    The shanks of each end of the tool are in a slot carved through the wood handle and then locked into each other for strength and so they will not rotate or slide around while the zip ties hold every thing snugly in place and prevent the handle from splitting all the way down from the slot. (Jeez, was that really that hard to figure out?)

    And yes the hex heads are not available for use while the tool is deployed in "hatchet mode". Is that really the deal killer for you? ::facepalm::

  • How does that go in your wallet without making holes in your wallet?

  • Bad Habit

    It comes with a sheath. Have you never purchased a knife (et.al.) before?

  • Not the sort that requires a sheath, no.

  • Bad Habit

    Really? Even kitchen knives come with a block.
    (Not trying to be misogynistic, just applicable to your possible experiences)

    I have NEVER purchased a sharp tool of ANY type that's edge was not protected by a sheath of some sort.

    I would be curious to know what sharp edged item you have received that did not come with a protective covering of some sort.
    I find it difficult to believe in today's litigious society.

  • Bling Nye

    Your $27 is faaaaaaaaaaaar better spent on a book about wilderness survival techniques. You can even get them with pictures and diagrams for that price.

  • The_Wretched

    The ties make the hex-shaped holes have no meaning!

  • dougfunnay

    made in usa.....
    i guess we still have over priced trinkets that install a false sense of security at least

  • havingablast

    It'll never make it through airport security.

  • raz0rh00f

    Just by looking at the twist ties on it, it looks like it would spin around pole instead of staying still when you hit stuff with it.

  • Gnome

    Possibly carving some notches into the wood to have the blade sit in would stop it from spinning, but I agree with a lot of the comments below, about durability.

  • ODwanKenObi

    agreed. looks like it would just flop to the side when trying to chop something. Not very good for the zombie apocalypse.

  • Bryan Cuddahy

    "Tactical," because everyone who has a wallet, carries zip ties!
    This thing sucks.

  • KBissle

    The penis or the axe?!

  • Adibobea9

    The chicken or the egg…?

  • Ed Hopkins

    The handle is split at the business end and the blade is wedged in the split. But I do believe any serious chopping would snap the ties.

  • Bryan Cuddahy

    In its defence, the store's photos show it being tied securely to the stick with a thin, black cord woven round it quite a few times. This could even be para-cord.

  • ODwanKenObi

    does not sound like that would hold for long. interesting concept tho.

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