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Atwood collectors thread, Part 4

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by cowsmilk, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. trickcarey

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    Thanks for the heads up! I ordered a lefty E115.
     
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    Great!!!
     
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    Ppt PermaCork
     
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    Casey Lynch to a Peter Atwood mini 5 white derlin..... NICE
     
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    This is just plain EPIC!
     
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    Thanks!

    Jeff
     
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    Yes. I love this pry! I had one and lost it about a year ago and missed it so much I picked up another one :)
    And I love this delrin slim flute :)
     
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    For all you devout Atwood guys, what's the smallest size but most efficient cap lifter you own? Looking for a consistent one-pull lift but in the smallest package. Steel or Ti wouldn't matter as it would be negligible in weight given my criteria.

    Own a mini pry in Ti and it's good at lifting cap in one pull, but it bites the glass sometimes as the mouth of the caplifter is a bit over-extended, which isn't a problem really, but I own other less-renown lifters that pull the cap in one pull smoothly and without the bite. But have heard reviews of tools such as the Keyton which require two pulls to remove a cap.

    Glass bite isn't my concern as I can sometimes correct for it, but am wondering what smaller minimalist tools with cap lifter I need to put the feelers out for.

    Gasbaby and Ringbaby appear to have good cap-lifting geometry.