Screw you, TSA!
“TSA stands for ‘taking scissors away'” – Leib Lurie
When all of your belongings are in a backpack and you NEVER EVER (WHY WOULD YOU EVER?) use checked-baggage, finding a good travel multi-tool is hard. Especially because the TSA rules are different all over the place.
With that said- I have found the following:
The following are things that are “TSA approved” but aren’t really….
(The knife part got stolen from me in LAX).
I’ve had multiple of these. Got stolen in Cairns and London. Even though there is no knife, it’s a “tool” and the rules state “no tools” on the plane. (so many jokes…..)
Stuff that HAS gotten through TSA: