Keychain Multi Tool - Keyport MOCA 10-In-1 Key Tool review

Monday, January 13, 2020
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Keyport MOCA 10-In-1 Key Tool review


I was looking for a Christmas present for my brother and I ended up getting him a Gerber Multi-plier tool but while I was searching for his present, I spied this key chain multi tool, the Keyport MOCA 10-in-1.

I really liked the look of it and it felt useful and it reminded me of one of those credit card tools but I couldn't justify the slightly extra dollar spend during Xmas.

But I kept thinking of it. It just seemed so elegant a tool yet so simple.

So I bought it:
And when it arrived it just so happened my kids were making a castle out of cardboard for the cat and they quickly commandeered it.

And I can tell ya, the cord-cutter / box opener is nice and sharp and the blade cuts through the cardboard really well. It means it will be handy for opening up all your ridgid packages and consumables that are stuck in those overly strong plastic cases

Anyways, the cat didn't appreciate being placed in his castle and gave my son a pretty good scratch so I placed the Keyport on my key ring and went about my business:

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Later in the evening, I decided to crack open a homebrew and I used the tool to easily open my beer.

It wasn't as easy as using a larger, standard size opener, but it did the job with no fuss (the lay of physics suggests this item will work better when attached to the Keychain organizer pivot) - which means it's very practical for parties, BBQ, etc when you suddenly find yourself needing to open a few brews.

I guess my personal review is this item clearly has got some fine potential to help out with fiddly jobs like opening packages and beers.

The Keyport is made of a single piece of 420 stainless steel so it won't break or rust or easily bend.

It's very light and at half an ounce weight, it will not make your keyset feel much heavier.

If you're a traveler, you'll be pleased to know the tool is TSA friendly, so American travelers can take this on their person without any issues - which pretty much means you can travel on a plane with the tool anywhere in the world. In that sense, it's pretty neutral, like the Swiss.

Oh, and if you were wondering about what MOCA stands for, it's: Measure / Open / Cut / Anywhere

Here's the full set of features the Keyport MOCA 10-In-1 Key Tool offers:

  • Bottle opener
  • Flathead screwdriver
  • Cord cutter
  • Box opener
  • Scoring tool
  • Hex bit driver
  • 1/4” wrench
  • 5/16” wrench
  • 3/8” wrench
  • 2” ruler

The unit also fits into a Keyport pivot key organiser:
Other than myself and I presume, Batman, there's plenty of happy users. Check out these reviews left on Amazon by happy buyers:

"I got one of these for my husband and myself. Since receiving it last week, I've used it many times daily. The box opening blade is just enough blade to open those Amazon boxes, or to break boxes down for recycling. I haven't used the wrench feature yet, but did use the pretty blade and the ruler, both are handy.

I would recommend this as an addition to anyone's keychain."

"This is the best tool for pocket use. I work in a pastry kitchen and while I normally beat the side of the box until the cardboard bends and separates from the tape, sometimes the boxes are super thick and stronger. I wanted a pocket-sized box cutter, which there are plenty on Amazon. However, I came across this tool and thought it was amazing. 

The curved blade is sharp enough to cut through the tape, and some flimsy cardboard and plastic; it also comes with several other tools that may or may not ever come in handy for me. I felt this item was the safest choice for a pocket-sized box cutter. It's thick and durable looking, so I am certain I will have this item for years to come."

So, if those reviews float your boat, check out the price on Amazon. Update: I have had this wonderful tool on my key ring for a few weeks now - it's come in quite handy. I had to pick some flowers and used the cutter very well. A loose pot screw, tightened easily  and whilst at the pub enjoying the songs of Play It Again Sam,  I had the need to shorten a straw the blade worked a treat. I LOVE this tool!
This tool would make quite the cool Christmas or birthday present for the some who has 'everything'and it's fairly cheap at less than 15 dollars!
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