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What’s that you say?  You need a light on your box cutter for when you’re working in a dark warehouse?  A light for when you’ve climbed to the top of the stock bins where holiday merchandise is piled to the ceiling? I wish I’d had one of these during my stint as a stock boy — it would have meant less risk of management catching me where I really wasn’t supposed to be, and a lot less time spent trying to figure out why the computer says I have fourteen, but only one is on the shelf.

It looks like Sheffield put this together to be a good quality knife to start with, then added the kicker of an LED.  You know whether you need this, and whether you ought to be where you need it.

Lighted Utility Knife [Sheffield]
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I consider a tool a good tool when I paid a fair price for it and it does the job for which it was purchased.  While the Sheffield three-piece tool set isn’t a Leatherman set, that’s not really the point.  It’s useful and boasts a low price point.  I’ve used Sheffield knives before, too, and while they’re no SOG or Buck, they are about a third the price. 

The set starts with a useful one-hand-opening liner lock knife that sports a 4-1/2” drop point pattern blade and a hardwood handle.  The set’s other two pieces are pliers-based mutlis featuring the usual suspects such as saws, screwdrivers, awls, and clip pattern blades, and are also adorned in hardwood.

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