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    Default Re: I'm looking for a multi-tool

    Stick to anything by Gerber, Leatherman, or if you are so inclined, swiss army. They are the quality leaders in multi tools.

    I have had my First gerber for 8 years and its still look and works as good as the day I bough her.
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    Just now noticed this thread. While far from being a lightweight, I've used my Gerber ProScout 600 since... forever. Well it seems like it anyway. Eons. It still works like new and it's been through hell and back. I'm on my second belt pouch for it.
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    It's better to have it and not need it, than to not have it and need it.

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    i was a really big gerber fan, ive had about 5 various models, but they new stuff they are putting out is cheap quality junk, i bought a leatherman charge xTi, to replace my last gerber, and its nice but Victorinox or SOG is much nicer and better thought out, ill be buying SOG pocket powerplier, its smaller than the charge, but has everytihng i need, and is lefty friendly, im a lefty to...
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    I have a Leatherman Core as a work carry tool. It's one of their bigger tools and it may be a tad big in the hands unless you have large(r) hands. It's heavy too, you won't forget it's on your belt.

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    I would go one of two ways , either a Vic. Spirit , or a Freestyle CX paired up with the SAK of your choice . The selling points of the Vic. is the quality of the implements and the F/F .

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    I bought a SOG pocket powerplier, much smaller and more spartan than my Leatherman charge XTi with the full toolkit, if anyone wants to buy the xTi let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwkarth View Post
    The crunch is a cool tool, I love mine, but for EDC, I still prefer the lightness and compactness of the skeletool CX
    Got the crunch since a couple of weeks now and edc it at work always and it's so much better than the wave in my opinion. it's really useful when you just fix something with the pliers and can work with both hands. not possible with the wave or any other normal multitool.

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    Does anyone know if they will let you board a plane with one of http://www.leatherman.com/products/p...?id=14&f=6&c=1 these on you?

    Only reason I can think of for a leatherman tool of the knifeless variety

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    It would help if the OP would state what he needs the multi-tool to be capable of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UserName View Post
    Does anyone know if they will let you board a plane with one of http://www.leatherman.com/products/p...?id=14&f=6&c=1 these on you?

    Only reason I can think of for a leatherman tool of the knifeless variety

    It has scissors on it so I'm going to guess..."no way."











    I've owned my SOG PowerLock for about a month now and I'm really enjoying it. It's proving to be more useful than my Gerber predecessor.

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    Default Re: I'm looking for a multi-tool

    Got a Caspian Pocketsmith or Wilson Versa Tool Patriot? If so, what do you think of them?

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