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post #16 of 96
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Originally Posted by jonathanjong View Post
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...
I have the Charge Ti and the Skeletool; the Skeletool is small and convenient enough that I wouldn't mind taking it even when I'm not at work. It's got just the right assortment of stuff without being too bulky. In case you can't tell, I'm a fan of it
post #17 of 96
wave here. Get's the job done!
post #18 of 96
Those Leatherman Skeletools look pimpin'. I absolutely hate having weighty objects in my pocket. That might be the ticket.
post #19 of 96
I've had an original Letherman for getting on 2 decades now, which I bought after owning a series of Victorinox. The Skeletool looks extremely tempting. For a long time I've pondered the newer multis which are less painful to use the pliers on. The flick-out pliers on the original Gerbers were pretty cool, but didn't end up tempting me enough.
post #20 of 96
Got one of these for the bike stuff



And a Leatherman Core for general duties...

post #21 of 96
Just for some scale:
post #22 of 96
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Originally Posted by Nebby View Post
I have the Charge Ti and the Skeletool; the Skeletool is small and convenient enough that I wouldn't mind taking it even when I'm not at work. It's got just the right assortment of stuff without being too bulky. In case you can't tell, I'm a fan of it
Oh, how you tempt.
post #23 of 96
Almost got a Leatherman Wave a few years ago. Got a Gerber instead. Got it engraved with "kelesh". Love it.
post #24 of 96
oh, and a tiny leatherman micro for my keychain. useful for occasional knifing, tweezers, scissors, flathead..
post #25 of 96
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Originally Posted by kelesh7 View Post
oh, and a tiny leatherman micro for my keychain. useful for occasional knifing, tweezers, scissors, flathead..
Occasional knifing, eh? Who was your latest victim?
post #26 of 96
For me its a Gerber (the 600 series needle nose). Was only bought as I could get that cheapish through my boss. Build quality is good, and really good to use single handed. Had it 2 years, only had one problem with it, (a rivet near the hinge came out), and that was caused due to it falling about 4m onto concrete. Never go to any gigs (when I am working) or out on the bike without it.
post #27 of 96
Just placed an order for a Skeletool...lalala
post #28 of 96
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Originally Posted by jonathanjong View Post
Just placed an order for a Skeletool...lalala
Couldn't hold out for long, huh? Didja go for the silver or black/carbon version?
post #29 of 96
I always have my handy swiss tech utilikey along with my other keys hanging on countycomm ti-links that are hooked to my custom paracord leesh that dangles off my plastic carabiner lol(which has lasted years for some reason).

ThinkGeek :: Utili-Key 6-in-1 Tool

I have no good pic of the key itself, but I do of my usual EDC which contains it:
post #30 of 96
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Originally Posted by jonathanjong View Post
Just placed an order for a Skeletool...lalala
You're welcome
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