As for the dozen tools on board, it comes with food prep items like a cheese grater, a stirring spoon, and a garlic crusher, along with cutlery such as a serrated knife, a paring knife, a carving fork, a zester, and a peeler. They also throw in a cork screw, a can opener, and a bottle opener, so you can get rid of that three-in-one opening tool you have sitting in the drawer and just use this more versatile alternative instead. The cheese grater sits outside the wooden scale, by the way, while rest of the tools are bundled up fold-out style in the middle.
Since the Gentlemen’s Hardware Kitchen Multi-Tool bundles everything in a single ensemble, it saves a whole lot of space in the kitchen, apart from freeing you from the hassle of trying to find that zester you last used two months ago and can’t seem to locate anymore. I mean, you can push this to one side of the drawer and tidy up the usual mess there in a considerable manner.
The biggest problem with having a dozen tools in a Swiss Army Knife configuration? Figuring out how to clean them. I mean, how the heck do you clean this thing? Do you have to remove the scales and clean each item individually? Can I just throw it in the dishwasher and have them all magically cleaned by the time it’s finished? There’s no mention about it on the product page, so I imagine it’s not going to be easy. It measures 9.4 x 4.3 x 2.8 inches (length x width x depth).