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If you find yourself buying & carrying Leatherman, SOG, Gerber, Swiss Army, Swiss-Tech, Atwood, or other types of multi-tools than this is the club for you!

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Reply by Bruce Leonard on June 12, 2009

Here is my current collection. Keep in mind, I'm NOT a collector, I am a USER. Eash one has it's specific time and purpose. I've had a multi-tool on me EVERYDAY for the last 10 years so I know what I'm talking about when it comes to tools.

Reply by Jake on June 14, 2009

That's a nice collection of multi-tools that you've got. Did you paint the stripes on the Gerber? What are some of those specific times and purposes? I like the Diesel for wiring projects (excellent wire cutter).

Reply by Bruce Leonard on June 15, 2009

I just added a Charge TTi Today. Yes, I painted the gerber MP 400. And the diesel really isn't a great tool, The firstone I had I broke the plier head trying to cut chain link fencing. Now then:

LM Wave-work
Juice S2- home and town
Kick- Maxpedition fatboy
Micra-Desk use for scissors
Squirt-On keys when a larger tool is not appropriate
Skeletool-Outdoors, usually in tandem with the Vic SwissChamp(will soon be replaced by LM Freestyle CX to eliminate redundancy with driver)
Victorinox swisschamp- Usually for outdoor use, carried in tandem with LM Skeletool
MP 400- backup use
Diesel- Maxpedition Collussus (soon to be switched to the Wave as the Charge will take over as my work tool.

Reply by Dave White on July 21, 2009

I still have one of these too, Andy...Use it for work, and its never failed me....Bought my Dad one back in the 80's to keep on his boat, and he loved it. He still has his too......Man, this is the one that started it all!

Reply by Dave White on August 23, 2009

I bought these two tools a while back,...One is a Vise-grip/Schrade tool bought about 10 yrs. ago from SMKW for $10 or $20......The other is a Flip-grip I got at BJ's for less than $30...They're both actually pretty good tools, and well liked.


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Reply by Jake on August 23, 2009

Victorinox Spirit X

SOG PowerAssist

Victorinox Swiss Army Knife from Japan

Dutch army knife (Victorinox) and some klompen (wooden shoes)

Leatherman SideClip and Kick

Evolution of the SwissTool

Leatherman Skeletool vs Skeletool CX

Leatherman Skeletool vs Juice KF4

SOG Gold TiNi Multi-tools

Miscellaneous multi-tools


Reply by Jeff Henry on January 9, 2010

Leatherman XE6- 18 tools in 1___ The lanyard ring is a tool if you store 4ft. of paracord on it! LOL (I'm serious)


Reply by D ale on February 10, 2010 

Cattaraugus 3-W. Circa 1020/30.
Multi-tool ...???... screwdriver, cap lifter, sharp blade, & adjustable spanner.
OK ... not all the options of my Leatherman ... but still rather cool.
A bit of nostalgia.

Reply by rein heht on July 16, 2010

Question: how do you close the leatherman supertool when all the blades are opened? this is only a test. oh .. if i knew there was going to be a test...I would have studied.Don't abuse the tool.

Reply by Brett Berry on July 20, 2010

Wow, really rustic looking tool. Which is really cool. I really like the intense curve on the pliers. Makes the tool look kind of like a pair of tongs.


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