A multi-use pocket tool without a knife sounds like hardware heresy. But without a blade the cleverly named Get-A-Way Driver still manages to be more useful than most multitools. Don't worry, though; it can still open bottles.
Instead of cutting or stabbing, the $20 Get-A-Way Driver serves as a compact screwdriver and wrench. And the space where a folding blade would normally be stored is re-purposed as a spot to hold four swappable flat and Phillips bits. They attach to the end of the tool so it can be used as a regular screwdriver, but for tight spaces they can also be attached to the side repurposing it as an angle driver. And, because emergency repairs are rarely needed when there's adequate light, there's an LED flashlight thrown in for good measure too.