TODAY’S PATENT- MULTI-PURPOSE HAND TOOL
The MULTI-PURPOSE HAND TOOL was invented by William L. Mazza (St. Augustine, FL) on the 14th of April, 1992, bearing patent number US5103520.
This current invention is for using the different types of tools that are attached within one item, and partially foldable. The use of this invention is for minor repairing, adjustment, and cleaning. This invention contains the handle with a grip section at its end bottom and adjoining handle section. This handle includes the probe/ruler, bottle opener, pick/hammer, saw/knife, and ruler/probe. This invention is having various characteristics like probing, severing, digging, and impacting. These parts are made up of conveniently steel or other metal, plastic, wood, or solid handle having metal or the hollow. This invention made for the protection and easy to carry anywhere, it does need any kind of unwanted material or production techniques. This tool is mainly for the metal composed or plastic durable with the light weightage in it. However, generally has been created with a combination of plastic, or metal, or wood.