Reviews and Ratings for SOG Baton Q4 Advanced Wilderness Multi-Tool with 10 Tools, 5.8" Overall - ID1031-CP

SOG Baton Q4 Advanced Wilderness Multi-Tool with 10 Tools, 5.8" Overallrated 4.000 stars out of 5 (3 reviews)
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SOG Baton Q4 Advanced Wilderness Multi-Tool with 10 Tools, 5.8 inch Overall

 

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SOG Baton Q4 Advanced Wilderness Multi-Tool with 10 Tools, 5.8" Overall
rated 5 stars out of 5
Habu
NM
Sep 02, 2017
Pros: Included Tools, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Locking, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
Outstanding multi
I have found nothing to dislike about the Baton Q4. It is compact and comfortable to carry and handle. It is well made and should last a lifetime. It has more tools than I could imagine in such a small form factor. Highly recommend!
SOG Baton Q4 Advanced Wilderness Multi-Tool with 10 Tools, 5.8" Overall
rated 4 stars out of 5
Bryan
Arkansas
Aug 18, 2017
Pros: Finish, Handle Material, Blade Material, Included Tools, Locking, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Included Tools, Sheath/Scabbard
Q4
Only problem I have is getting the bit out, says push here on the baton, but does not open. Other than that it is great! Love the pocket clip. Not as bulky as other multi tools.
SOG Baton Q4 Advanced Wilderness Multi-Tool with 10 Tools, 5.8" Overall
rated 3 stars out of 5
Marcus G
Nor Cal
May 03, 2018
Pros: Included Tools, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Finish, None
Cons: Blade Material, Included Tools
Sog q4
I love multitools. So I knew I would end up buying a q4, if for no other reason than “it looks cool”. I Really like the way it opens and closes, it’s profile makes it much easier to carry in my front pocket vs a regular fold open leatherman (which always rides on belt). It’s a little longer than I thought it would be, but fits in every pair of pants I own. Nice and light, carries like no other multitool I’ve owned I absolutely LOVE having a ratchet driver that accepts standard 1/4” bits. Only being able to hold 1 double ended but worried me, but I have a little keychain holder for a couple extras. And when it comes to using the driver, the tools shape makes it handle like a legit dedicated driver. I never really realized how clunky using a leatherman was until I got ahold of this. Pliers get a pass. About the same size as a leatherman juice’s, on the small side, but nice. Now, the dedicated tool selection is where things get bumpy. . . The knife blade? Tiny, just over 1.5”, made of cheap Chinese steel, awkward to open, might as well not even be there. That could be a deal breaker for some, but I always carry a larger folder or fixed blade on me regardless The file? Not great. Works ok on softer metals, that’s about it. Can’t hold a candle to leatherman files (perfection) Bottle opener AND can opener? Does this thing really need both?? The bottle opener has the typical flathead tip on it, which can sometimes come in handy, but a can opener. . . Nope. In short, the whole row of tools is pretty much useless to me. Which is fine, because when I think about it, the only things I ever use on my other multitools is the bit driver, the pliers/wirec cutters, and once in a blue moon I’ll use the scissors to trim a rogue nose hair. So, in short, the things the q4 does well, it does REALLY well, well enough to make up for things it’s missing or lacking. It definetley won’t replace my charge tti, but it has earned a place in my starting line of edc gear.