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post #1 of 96
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I haven't seen any threads regarding multi tool so I's starting one. I'm a big fan old schrade so heres mine. You can also visit a forum regarding multi tool. www.multitool.org
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post #2 of 96
I never go anywhere without this guy.



Pretty much anything I need for a bike.
post #3 of 96
I love my new-version Leatherman Wave.
post #4 of 96
I bought this to keep on me while at work:





Leatherman Skeletool
post #5 of 96
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Originally Posted by monolith View Post
I love my new-version Leatherman Wave.
x2; Personally I find it a welcome step up from my older Leatherman Supertool 200.

I also have a smaller Leatherman Micra puttering around somewhere.
post #6 of 96
Charge TTi...


Leatherman make great multi-tools, and it shows: pretty much every soldier here has one.
post #7 of 96
I have a Leatherman Juice but have been debating whether or not I want to fork out $50 for the Skeletool.
post #8 of 96
I still prefer my Gerber over any leatherman i've tried. One handed flick of the wrist pliers, sweet. And it's black.
post #9 of 96
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Originally Posted by craiglester View Post
I still prefer my Gerber over any leatherman i've tried. One handed flick of the wrist pliers, sweet. And it's black.
I tried my friend's Gerber a year back or so. The one-handed wrist pliers were a ridiculously sweet feature.
post #10 of 96
I have a Gerber and a Leatherman.
Nothing fancy, but they get the job done.
post #11 of 96
I have three different Leatherman Waves. One goes in the fishing tackle box, one in the gun case and the other is in my desk drawer for use closer to home.
These are really useful tools but in my case I have to add that they can be an absolute %$#@ to use at 30 below.
post #12 of 96
Minimalist tool: Mini Pry Baby. He makes great stuff, only if I can afford them. Since these are all handmade, they seldom becomes available and go really quickly. I am still hoping to get a mini son-of-prything one of these days.

post #13 of 96
Just joined the fray myself:


Victorinox Swisstool Spirit and Leatherman Skeletool CX.



The Spirit came with a case, the CX is using a leather Charge case.

Like the CX a little better because of the larger, more usable knife and lighter weight, but the Victorinox has quite a bit of utility packed into a slighter larger package.
post #14 of 96
I'm pretty sure there's a thread like this already... Meh.

I have a Wave like everyone else, as well as a Victorinox Spartan attached to the ol' key chain. Am tempted by the Skeletool...
post #15 of 96
I just got my hands on my father's new Gerber Suspension Multitool. I absolutely hate the thing. It is a far cry from some of the older Gerber Multitools that I had the chance to try out. I think I'll stick to my Leathermans for now...
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