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Product DescriptionThe Surge Multitool is tough enough to tackle nearly all of your jobs and daily demands. Includes needle-nose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutters, hard-wire cutters, stranded-wire cutters, electrical crimper, clip-point knife, serrated knife, scissors, blade exchanger, diamond file blade, wood file blade, saw blade, large-bit driver, small-bit driver, 5/16" screwdriver, awl with thread loop, 9" ruler, bottle/can opener, wire stripper, lanyard ring and two double-end bits. Nylon sheath included. Overall length: 7". Length closed: 4-1/2". Handle material: stainless steel. 25-year limited warranty.
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Q:what is the difference between the serge and the waveAsked on 12/26/2008 by Anonymous
A:the tools are in different positionsAnswered on 1/5/2009 by d from pa
A:i believe the surge has bigger scissors and it also has an awl. The saw blade and the file go in the same place because the exchange with eachotherAnswered on 1/19/2009 by anonymous from home
A:wave is 4 inches closed the surge is 4.5 inches closed, the wave and the surge are almost twins, except the surge has more size and one interchangable blade, which is a diamond/file which inter changes with a saw blade. hope this helps
indiana stumpAnswered on 4/1/2009 by indiana stump from southern indiana
A:The first main difference is the Surge has the blade exchanger where the Wave does not. The blade exchanger replaces the Wave's saw blade and file. On the Surge you can exchange those two items; and with the extra spot in the handle, the Surge has a very large scissors. The Surge also has an awl with a thread loop in place of the Wave's scissors. One more minor detail is the Surge has a one inch longer ruler just becuase of the size of the tool.Answered on 4/5/2009 by Wood3207 from Stevens Point, WI
A:size mostlyAnswered on 3/18/2009 by stump from indiana
A:Serge has more tools and a little more usefulAnswered on 12/15/2009 by Luke from Charlotte, NC