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The Fusion Contractor 2×4 diverges from the path of your normal multi-tool. Scramble a pencil sharpener, a level, a wire stripper, a pocket knife, storage for one nail, and a faux circ saw blade — and you get the functions a contractor will need? The website aims its spiel at the Father’s Day/birthday crowd, intimating that you might know a contractor who needs this “thematic” knife.

The pencil sharpener seems redundant — but on the other hand, a level in a pocket knife isn’t a bad idea. And what’s the deal with the lucky nail storage? I can’t see where it is in the pictures, but the description indicates it’s there.

Street pricing runs $25 and up.

Fusion Contractor 2×4 [SOG]
Street Pricing [Google Products]


6 Responses to Pencil Sharpener Combo

  1. David Bryan says:

    There’s a review at multitool.org. The “lucky nail” feature is a t-headed nail they’ve stuck in the handle kind of like a swiss-army knife toothpick. There are pictures there of both sides of this wonder, unlike on SOG’s site.

  2. FredB says:

    “For want of a nail the shoe was lost…”

    The fate of the free world may ultimately depend on some prepared Dad having a pocket knife with a nail. It could happen.

  3. James says:

    Ok look, I’ve made a couple of Vampire comments before….but this is the Vampire survivors tool to top it all.

    You have a pencil sharpener to ensure you can map out your route to the undead.

    Once there, you can strip off some wires to tap into the video system and reroute your own camera video to the undead security guards and make sure they do not see you coming into the storage area.

    Once in the storage area, you have a knife to carve off a couple of chunks from that apple in your pocket; hey look, if you are this prepared, then you bring a snack.

    After you’ve established the Vampiric target, you walk up slowly and notice that it is a midget Vampire in the coffin. No problem, you just so happen to have a silver stake the size of a nail.

    Just before you drive the silver nail of death into your midget Vampire target, you lay your knife on the chest of the undead to ensure you have a level surface in which to finish off the job.

    While standing over said undead, you realize that you don’t have a hammer and your target awakens to feed. No problem, you just so happen to have a mini circular saw to cut a hole in the door and escape to your path of freedom.

    Yeah, I like this knife. Good find.

  4. eschoendorff says:

    This tool represents everything that is wrong with America right now…

  5. Coach James says:

    Hey esc. You lost me on that one. Can you explain?


  6. Contractor says:

    I love this knife! Of course it’s a hokey theme knife but it fits my personality. AND, it’s still a SOG after all so it has a great blade that’s thick enough to hammer on. I got mine at http://www.TestedBestProducts.com

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