Credit Card Sized Toolkit

Brand: SOG
Manufacturer: Tool Logic
Model: CC1SB
EAN: 0611101209003
Category: Gadgets & Tools
Price: $14.98  (127 customer reviews)
Dimension: 0.18 x 3.38 x 2.13 inches
Shipping Wt: 0.09 pounds. FREE Shipping (Details)
Availability: In Stock.
Average Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The SOG Specialty Knives & Tools CC1SB Credit Card Companion is a credit card-sized multitool, complete with (9) essential tools that all fit conveniently into the compact case that can easily be taken on the go. Made of black ABS plastic, the holder sports a serrated 5Cr steel blade with satin finish, a combination can and bottle opener, awl, 8x power lens, compass, tweezers, toothpick and ruler. The blade, tweezers, toothpick and combination opener can all be removed completely from the holder for easy use. Razor sharp serrated edges on the 2-inch stainless steel blade allow it to cut through even the toughest materials with ease. The CC1SB has an overall length of 3.375-inches, overall width of 2.125-inches and a weight of 1.4-ounces. The SOG Specialty Knives & Tools CC1SB Credit Card Companion comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Each SOG product is created with the help of company founder and chief engineer, Spencer Frazer. Known for their uncompromising style and performance, these knives and tools showcase innovation, dependability and a unique, futuristic style that has garnered awards and recognition worldwide. SOG products have also won favor among law enforcement, military and industrial customers that rely on their tools to perform flawlessly in the toughest, most adverse conditions.


  • Ultra-compact multi-tool in shape of credit card
  • Just 2.125" thick and 3.375" long, weighing only 1.4 ounces
  • Made from durable ABS plastic
  • Please remove the knife from the tool for compass to work as the metal can interfere with the compass.
  • Credit card holder with (9) essential tools for every day jobs
  • 2-inch serrated edge steel blade cuts through tough materials with ease
  • Removable blade, tweezers, toothpick and opener. Please remove the knife from the tool for compass to work as the metal can interfere with the compass.
  • 3.375-inches by 2.125-inches and weighs 1.4-ounces
  • Comes with a limited lifetime warranty
  • Item is exclusive to all other third party sellers are counterfeit

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Top Reviews

Cheap crap, poor quality, don't buy.
by Dave O. (2 out of 5 stars)
June 19, 2017

I thought that this was SOG quality, but it is not made by SOG, or even close in quality. I knew it as soon as I drew the blade out. Low quality steel, and fairly dull compared to SOG standards. The little tool thing with bottle/can opener and flat head screw blades is too little to serve any purpose. The plastic head of the tweezers broke off before I was able to get the tweezers out, now stuck for good. The magnifying lens is so flawed you can't focus a sunbeam to burn things. Basically a piece of crap.
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not good
by Amazon Customer (2 out of 5 stars)
July 21, 2018

I was going to give it a 3 but sadly the tweezers plastic thumb pull just broke after the second time pulling it out and putting it away. So it has a nice blade but the rest is garbage. Can opener screwdriver combo is a bad design too small for good leverage and no Philip head. Plastic tooth pick is a little short. Magnifying glass at 8x is tiny to read or see through but works, only it rattle's in the case. Sounds like something is broken or loose, just annoying really. The compass is why I was going to give it a low star. It doesn't work unless you remove the knife blade and screwdriver which for some reason have a bit of a magnetic signature, even though they aren't magnetic. Don't get me wrong I didn't buy it for the strong compass value, those small compasses hardly work most of the time. I felt like it was a fail in quality assurance to not see the compass was affected by the other metals. As for size it's a little too thick for me at 5.0 mm. The competition is only 4.5 mm thin which sadly makes a big difference for a wallet credit card every day carry. I really liked the blade design but seriously suggest a new concept and modify the design some. Sorry
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Compass works with common sense....
by Chris (4 out of 5 stars)
August 20, 2017

There have been many reviews of compasses that 'don't work'. I found this amusing, because compasses are extremely simple devices, their just floating magnets. So to one side and under this magnet are metal tools. If your going to use the magnet, first you have to take out the tools around it so it can be accurate. I've tested it, and it points north every time, just like every other compass. The knife was the reason I got it, its useful and easy to carry, the screwdriver tool will work for a simple flat head, thats about it. I wouldn't have given it that high but its taken alot of hits for the compass that weren't its fault. XD
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by David Grochowski (3 out of 5 stars)
December 30, 2017

Can opener is too small to get a grip on to use

Magnifying glass is poorly made and pretty useless even for trying to start a fire

Compass is useless because of the metal that is right next to it from the can opener, blade and tweezers, so you have to take all that stuff out to check if the compass works and guess what.... It won't !

Other that those things.... It's Okay
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Gets you as close to being a double "0" as Pierce Brosnan
by The Krakken (5 out of 5 stars)
October 13, 2015

I'm not going to lie, every time I show a friend this item I feel a little like James Bond. The approving looks it generates is well worth the price of admission, and seeing the looks of longing as I tuck it back safely into my wallet verifies that it was indeed a good buy. I like to do the occasional barrel roll after showing it off, but the frequent trips to the chiropractor have discouraged this. We can't all be James Bond, but this items will bring you as close as Pierce Brosnan, but not as close as Sean Connery. Just don't be like me and feel the need for flashy theatrics which just leads to high medical bills and insurance co-pays. And don't try to throw it at the wall like a ninja star, it won't work and your neighbor won't appreciate it.
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The knife and tweezers are nice. Toothpick and can opener are meh. Compass and magnifying glass are
by TacticalSurvivalPianos (4 out of 5 stars)
August 19, 2015

The knife in this thing came razor sharp, which was a pleasant surprise.

The magnifying glass and the compass are both worthless. It would be nice to see these replaced with something more useful. There are two screws holding the compass/magnifying glass section in, so it looks like perhaps this piece could be removed and replaced with something else.

The can opener works, but it's very uncomfortable because there is a flathead screwdriver on the bottom edge of it which digs into your finger when you try to pry a lid open. And because it's so short, you have to pry pretty hard to open anything, so it hurts.

The tweezers are actually pretty nice. Very springy and the edges are kinda sharp. You can cut through a hair by pinching it, almost like tiny fingernail clippers.

The toothpick was nice until I lost it.

The whole thing is about an 8th of an inch thick, so if you're going to actually have it in your wallet, you'll probably need to remove everything else except your I.D. or it will be so thick that you can't sit on it. If you don't carry your wallet in your back pocket, then it's no big deal.
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Shabby product.
by Chig (1 out of 5 stars)
August 27, 2015

The product I received was not a SOG. Neither was it a tool logic. Got some Chinese brand called Carzor. The knife is cheap, dull, and very poorly made. The curves are not smooth and there was haste metal working done. The compass does not actually work. Actually none of the tools work except the magnifying glass and the knife if sharpened. But why would I sharpen a poorly made knife except to cut cardboard. My item looks notably different then the pictures shown and the pictures that others have posted. Sham. Hate this thing. Worst card knife you can buy. I feel better just sharpening the side of a plastic credit card. The tools are obsolete. Everything feels cheap and looks cheap. Biggest waste of money.
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... SOG related items through the years and been very happy with the quality however this is NOT the
by mjsmommie333 (2 out of 5 stars)
September 25, 2015

I have purchased many SOG related items through the years and been very happy with the quality however this is NOT the case with this item. I bought it as a gift when it was opened he was excited, loved the idea and couldn't wait to try it out he tried to remove the tweezers to check them out and the plastic clip you use to pull them out broke off in his hand. Then we realized the compass doesn't work (NOT really that big of a deal but still disappointing) and finally the magnifying glass dies NOT work either it's blurry and basically not a magnifying glass.... I will say one positive the blade on the knife is very sharp as it is meant to be but the item is made poorly and I am returning today:(
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Disappointing does not accurately sum up this product
by JL West (2 out of 5 stars)
February 16, 2016

This is a great idea; only if the manufacturer properly does quality checks on the product. So we are left with an idea, some plastic, and some metal. My primary complaints are:
1 - The compass does not work at all. I wrote it off as a mistake and got a replacement; the compass doesn't work on that one either... -_-
2 - According to the pictures there is supposed to be a small piece of plastic that tips the tweezers and allows them to lock into place. This seems to be completely missing on the original and the replacement; so they are virtually impossible to get out and if I push them in a little too far they are lost in the plastic housing.
3 - As I mentioned above, the replacement I got was in the exact same state as the original meaning the QA, if there was any, doesn't know how to see if a compass works or not.

Disappointing does not accurately sum up this product.

Edit: they get +1 star because their customer service is pretty good.
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Great tool almost.
by Joshua K Nelson (3 out of 5 stars)
December 27, 2014

So I've read all the reviews on this & I still put this on my wish list. I wasn't too surprised to find it in my stocking Christmas morning (thank you baby sister).

First off, the tweezers are useless. The plastic end piece broke off the first time I tried to remove them. They are also flimsy. I found this out using the knife to pry them loose.

The tooth pick is just that, no more no less. Take that as you will.

The ruler sections appear to be accurate enough. I can see a couple places they'd be needed in a survival situation.

The fresnel lense is a nice idea, but seems to small to actually function.

The knife is nice. It was the main piece that attracted me to this kit. Sharp, sturdy, compact, & the handle allows you to adapt it into a spearhead or rigged to a trap if need be.

The screwdriver/can opener is semi useful, if tedious to use. In they situation I need it, this will be better than nothing.

Now the compass. Once you have removed the can opener, then knife, and the tweezers, the compass works perfectly. All the metal items have a magnetic charge that mess with it.

I find that this kit will be my last redundancy in my survival gear. It is a great idea that could have been manufactured better and been worth the extra price for doing so.

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