Wide head (nearly 10mm) won't hurt your hand as much when you pound on it. Width tapers at the business end down to 1mm for tight spots. Built in clipping, no biner required. Leash is made of coated cable and should hold up well. Clip on end of leash is all metal. Tool appears to be plated steel so should be somewhat corrosion resistant. Sturdy, doesn't flex easily. Reasonably priced for what you get. If you don't mind the weight, this nut tool is the best bang for the buck.
Rather heavy. tool w/leash is ~108 grams. Finishing is a little rough at some spots.
Has a carabiner-like clip. Rolled back that you can pound with the palm of your hand without too much discomfort.
This is a mediocre nut tool. It doesn't have a hook on the nose so it slips right off of cam triggers. Realistically, you want a nut tool to be able to effectively free a cam, as well as - if not better than - a nut. Cams are much more expensive, and I would rather replace a $7 nut any day.
The nose is also a bit difficult to hook around stuck nuts. It also weighs a lot. The coiled cable and mini carabiner are really heavy too. I took the coil and mini biner off and replaced it with a piece of 2.5mm cord.
i'm not sure i've ever used a nut tool that didn't do what it needed to do - get pro unstuck. as i mentioned in my comment i found the leash and coil to be of great value. minibiner keeps you from having to waste a real biner on your nut tool and the wire coils up nicely without getting tangled. a much better value than the metolius freenut or extractor