They're terming Brook & Hunter's axe of a thousand ways to destroy and maim a "garden tool". Yeah, for all the "weeding" I have to do when gangs of Girl Scouts jump me in the grocery store parking lot because I dissed Do-si-dos. 1) If little girls are made of sugar & spice, sugar & spice are the spawns of a hell demon. 2) Do-si-dos do taste like peanut butter dog vomit. My brother made me eat some once when I was little. What I mean is, the value of the Mo-Tool axe transcends the back yard.
A stainless steel alloy serves as packaging for the tool's obvious axe-and-hammer head combo, which also splits down the middle to serve as pliers. Its bottom contains a bevy of fold-out implements, including screwdrivers, blades, knives, a can opener, a wire cutter, a file, and a wrench. Mo-Tools make handy additions to the household, outdoor gear collections and, in my case, odds of survival.