When cheap knockoffs of your product start cropping up, you know you’ve got a winner. The Zilla-Tool looks like it wants to be a Skelatool but has no idea how to get there — other than to drill 4,000 holes in it and hope no one notices.
Other than the Swiss-cheese effect it looks like a normal pliers-based multi-tool. It features the standard drop-point knife blade, driver accessories, and the obligatory bottle opener. Though it’s an obvious stab at the new multi-tool style, it does look like the Zilla-Tool will perform its advertised function.
Other than the extra holes we don’t see anything special here — but if you’re into holes you can throw down $25 and have something a little different hooked to your belt.