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Bit of a strange one this. Great idea with the knife blade, but the tool has a sharp saw.
If it wasn't for the saw, I would probably get one and...
The Surefire is a very good light. The tailcap is 2 stage momentary, press lightly for low and further for max. Tighten the tailcap for constant...
I keep a kit bag in the car to cover emergencies/get home situations.
It came in really handy a few years ago when a heavy snowfall meant it was...
5.11's website makes no mention of this lights ability to run on rechargeables. I suspect that this light is intended to run on primaries only.
An ITP A3 stainless steel resides on my keys. It mainly serves as backup. Primary carry is either Fenix TK12 or Nitecore SRT3.
My work bag contains a Fenix E11 and a Jetbeam IIIM.
The E11 is what normally gets used. I sometimes work solo in the office at night, the...
No pics as my PC is just in a plain back case. Inside is:
Asus P8Z68-V LE motherboard
Intel Core i7 2600k, OC to 4.5ghz
Corsair H60 water cooler...
I have the XT1A, with the dual tail switches. It is a very good light, but large compared to other single AA lights.
The dual tail switchs are...
Steamed hot dog with sauteed onions, ketchup and mustard.
I recently discovered chilli on a hot dog. Great with a little finely chopped onion on...
A few months ago, I put together a new PC.
Intel Core i7 2600K, OC 4.5ghz
Corsair H60 liquid cooler
Still wondering whether I...
That's probably the better word.
By uneducated, I did not mean a person's level of education.
I meant uneducated in EDC.
You may want to hang on as Leatherman's new Sidekick and Wingman tools should be released soon.
I think they start at $30.
The uneducated folk are always the first to come to you when they need something.
I'll probably end up picking up a wingman myself.
I can see these making great gifts, and as backup tools for the car, BOB's etc.
The Sidekick and Wingman are targeted at the entry level of the market, for folks new to multitools, or don't want to spend too much.
The LM Kick...
There is an elasticated loop part way down the sheath which keeps a snug fit, so the light does not rattle around. My LD25 can be carried bezel up...
I carry my LD25 (same dimensions as your E21) in a Maxpedition 5in flashlight sheath.
A Spyderco UKPK would fit right in with your collection.