The Octopus 8 'n 1 Tech Tool

Item Number: MN227

Product Story

Forget lugging around a bunch of screwdrivers, nut drivers & wrenches when The Octopus 8 'n 1 Tech Tool can handle the job! Music Nomad's patent pending, innovative design is perfect for tightening or loosening output jacks, strap locks, control pots, tuning machine bushings & screws. It features both a Phillips & flat blade screwdriver with our reversible shaft design and is engineered for the most popular hex wrench sizes: 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 1/2" & 7/16". Remove the screwdriver and use the 1/2" narrow profile hex wrench for tightening sunken pots and Tele cups. Just say no to metal. Our hex wrenches are made with strong ballistic nylon material that can handle any job without the worry of scratching your hardware or finish. Small in size but big in results our 6"/15cm overall length is a must have for every guitar case.

Five hex wrench sizes: 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 1/2", 7/16"

Compact 6" design with ergonomic handle

Great for tightening input/output jacks, control pots, strap locks, tuning machine bushings and screws

Reversible Phillips & flat blade screwdriver

Made with strong ballistic nylon material to avoid scratching your hardware or finish.

Price: $13.99
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Testimonials

Musician Dustin C. posted on Facebook about the Octopus:

"I just got one. Never looking back."

Musician Adam M. posted on Facebook about the Octopus:
"Already used mine to fix my custom built that had a bad volume control....easy to use and no worries about scratching the surface. Needed this years ago."
Tommy R had this to say about the Octopus:
"This is an amazing addition to my toolkit - this is going to make routine maintenance easier and super-fast. I'm going to order an extra for my gig tool kit and one for my home toolbox. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking to do simple maintenance. Quality construction, all the sizes you'll need...this is already one of my go to set up tools."
Sean A. posted on Facebook about the Octopus:

"I got mine last week and it's awesome. Seems really sturdy and I've already used to to tighten up two different guitars. Freed up some room in the gig bag."