I've been putting together a compact tool kit, primarily intended for group camping (and events involving shelters and cooking). I think I've got most of the things I wanted to cover, though would like a small saw capable of cutting small bolts/tent poles. I'm looking at doing something with a junior hacksaw or jigsaw blade. Weight is currently 1,080g including the Maxpedition EDC pocket organiser it's in. Contents are: *Wera multibit screwdriver (Kompakt 20 with some additional hex bits) *Knipex 150mm pliers wrench (fantastic alternative to an adjustable spanner) *Knipex 150mm Cobra Pliers *DMT diafold (fine/extra fine) *Electrical tape (it fitted in other tape may be better) *Victorinox Climber pocket knife *Butane jet lighter *Tweezers *Spirit level (not essential but as we set up tables to cook on getting them level is nice) *Bits of paracord *Pen, pencil and marker *Bicycle puncture repair kit (this is where I keep the extra 1/4inch bits *Rolson 9 in 1 micro bit screwdriver (the quality is terrible but I couldn't justify the cost of the wiha one I would like to have) *Small piece of Kevlar (very handy for picking hot pan lids etc) *Centre punch which gets used as a marlin spike. This seems to cover most basic stuff that you might need when I'm cooking in a tent, though it now lives in my kitchen drawer and gets used for little jobs. Whilst the tools aren't always as nice as a dedicated tool the quality is good with the exception of the tiny screwdrivers. Hopefully this might be useful to someone but if you have suggestions for things you'd change I'd be interested. I could have put a swisstool but my one doesn't have scissors and the metal saw isn't very good anyway.