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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by cowsmilk, Jan 29, 2015.
Wow, guess my advice wasn't complete trash. Hahahah
Glad you're enjoying the mini P15s. Like I said earlier, an underrated model.
As for your previous question that no one seems to have answered, I'll give it a shot.
For another tool that could add a little more versatility, I'd recommend one of the captive bit tools. A Nibble or BedBug would be a nice addition.
Here's one actually being used. The only way this tool would get better is if it went up to thirteen mil instead of twelve. The open end is much more useful than my 'roid G5 prybaby so it gets carried full time now.
Short story time. Lost something a while back (around Oct 2013 going by forum posts) and bought these to replace the originals that were titanium.
Co-worker joined the carpool recently. Short-timer close to retirement, his wife needs the one car they have to drive a family member to appointments during the day. So I pick the guy up in the morning at his house, and we head to the carpool point. That way their car stays at home most of the week.
I get into his car, and what do I see (hanging from the rear view mirror, of course)?!
My original titanium Atwood dice! From six years ago! I mentioned that I'd lost some similar, and he told me a custodian (that I didn't know at the time) had found them and carried them on his work cart for.. FIVE YEARS. He was a very thorough cleaner and must have picked them up during the next day's route. He retired last year about this time and left the dice behind.
Here's both pair together. I gave them back to the guy since I'd long since written them off. He can keep them hanging in his car for good luck. I'm happy they went to people that would carry them, all that time.