With 23 different uses for your off-grid expeditions, the 15-Piece Multi-Tool Shovel from Hard Korr is the multi-tasker on all your adventures.
This tool is made from stainless steel and aluminium - basically the Swiss army knife of camping tools! You can dig, chop, shovel, cut, saw, tighten, open, hammer, measure, scale, and break - PLUS, there’s even a fishing head spear attachment and a flint fire starter in the handle. With 11 tool bits to choose from and a modular construction, it can be packed compactly for transport and is perfect for your kit.
With so much versatility, the 15-Piece Multi-Tool Shovel from Hard Korr is a must for any camping trip.
15 different attachment and at least 23 applications
Made from stainless steel and aluminium
Shovel/pick head, serrated knife attachment, fishing spear attachment, tool bit holder attachment, 11 x tool bits, flint fire starter included in the handle
Modular construction means it can be packed down into a compact bag
Weighs just 2kg in total
In Use Dimensions:
105L x 17W x 6.5H cm
42L x 23W x 7H cm
Stainless Steel | Steel | Aluminium
Camping | Outdoors
Staff tip:While this shovel has a sharp edge and saw blade, it is not designed to be used as an axe to cut up large logs or for felling trees.
What part of shovel would you use with the flint to start a fire
Ron - Albury, NSW(11 months ago)
I have a flint that's come with a knife, so based on that you could use the steel edge of the shovel or the non serrated edge of the small knife attachment.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Where is it made?
Simon - Bondi Beach, NSW(2 years ago)
The Hard Korr Multi-Tool Shovel is made in China.
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
heat resistant?1 answer
Hi , are all the parts of this tool heat resistant? it seems to have some orings and not sure of the material of these. just wanting to know if it will stand up to some light fire management
theo - brisbane(3 years ago)
As far as we can tell the Hard Korr Multi-Tool Shovel should be able to handle fire. They come with a built-in fire starter, and we've seen reports of people using them to move coals around in a campfire with no worries.