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The Pagreberya multi tool shovel can do many things- it can serve as a regular heavy duty shovel, it can be used as an axe, it can even be used as a hoe and a hammer. But the best part about it is the amount of machining and precision that went into designing it parts. This particular shovel is similar to many other multipurpose shovels on the market, but what sets it apart is the fact that it is built heavier and stronger than most of its competition. Also, it is longer than most multi tool shovels at nearly 26″. This means that you can use it without having to apply as much leverage as you would with the smaller multipurpose shovels that only measure about 16-18″ in length.

The Pagreberya Multi-Tool Features 30 Functions!

The Pagreberya has a tough, high-carbon shovel blade at the end of the handle, which can be rotated to set it up along different angles. There is a locking collar to hold the blade in place once you have rotated it When flat, it can be used as a shovel to dig up dig up holes and ditches in the ground. When you lock it in a perpendicular position, the shovel is transformed into a hoe that can be used to dig up earth and debris. When the blade is brought closer to the handle and is held at a sharp angle, it becomes a hook that you can throw over branches or poles. The bottom end of the handle is heavy and is made from stainless steel. This allows you to use the bottom as a hammer or for breaking windows and glass in case of an emergency or road accident. One side of the shovel blade is serrated and can be used to cut small branches, tree bark, and food. The whole outer lining of the main blade is extremely sharp and is shaped like a wedge, meaning that you can use the shovel as an axe if you strike it sideways on a log or branch. There are two wrench cutouts on the base of the shovel blade, and you will find the markings for a metric ruler on the serrated side.

Here are some of the possible uses of the Pagreberya:

A shovel, hammer, slice, chop, saw, axe, ruler, blade, hex wrench, whistle, spear, etc.

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Pros:

  • Very sturdy construction
  • Multipurpose shovel blade with serrated edge, metric ruler, and wrench cutouts
  • High carbon stainless steel blade
  • A long handle that also functions as housing for the knife, fire starter, screwdriver, and whistle
  • Reinforced handle bottom that is hard and heavy enough to be used as a hammer
  • Rotating collar lock that lets you use the shovel a hoe, axe, hook and spade

The whole handle of this shovel is composed of three sections, and each of the sections is connected to the other by screw threads and the connection is made watertight by 0-rings. The G1 pipe is the section that is attached to the shovel blade and it contains no accessories, instead its purpose is to act as a base for the blade. The G2 pipe is equipped with a high-carbon stainless steel knife. This knife is about 3″ long, and has a serrated edge on one side, and a plain edge on the other.

Cons:

  • Extra length might take up too much space in smaller backpacks
  • Grips on the handle are not soft, may cause irritation in hands after prolonged use if you are not wearing glove

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The base of the knife is cut into a bottle opener, while the top is shaped into a “V” notch that can be used to pry open cans. The G3 pipe is placed above the G2 section, and houses a magnesium fire starter, a screwdriver, and a very loud metal whistle. There are holes on either side of the bottom to run a paracord through the base, and the tip is extremely hard and heavily built.

To sum it up, this is an extremely versatile tool that can be used for survival, self-defense, rescue operations, and much more It is a great addition to every person’s own “bug-out” kit, and is an inexpensive substitute to carrying a dozen separate dedicated tools. And, it comes in a really nice looking camouflage carry bag with a shoulder strap on it Whether you are a hiker, mountain climber, survivalist, or adventurist, this is definitely a tool that you should consider carrying with you on your expeditions.