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Keychain Pics, Part 1

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by figtree, Apr 17, 2006.

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  1. jnsn

    jnsn Loaded Pockets

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    i remember your original keychain pics, i was the same way lol, hated too much stuff on my keys. now im up to a light, knife, pill fob and [2] keys.. even sacrificed remote fob to add toys
     
  2. Ollie243

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    I'm guessing that's a little tritium glow bead where did you buy it from buddy?
     
  3. kye4some

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    The Tritium bead is from Lummi it's the SS H3 bead, here is the link http://www.lummi.co.uk/H3beads.html
    The lase time I checked they were all sold out, I really want one of their little torches called the Wee.
     
  4. Ollie243

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    Thanks for the response a uk seller as well!!!! I'll be keeping my eye on there :)

    Edit: wasn't expecting a 20 quid price tag!
     
  5. Monocrom

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    Hunt down a used one if you want it badly enough.

    Rob turned into a scumbag and cheated many of his customers out of their hard-earned money. When given the chance to make things right or even at the very least explain himself, he actually managed to make things even worse. Rob used to have a great reputation, but he has completely p*ssed it away.
     
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  6. Ollie243

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    Well I'd just spent all night gearing myself up to buying one and choosing a colour, but on that note I think I'll hang on to my money! Thanks for the heads up.
     
  7. RonReagan

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    Yeah I remember that fiasco. There are threads on candlepower forums under the lummi section if you do a quick search.
     
  8. rickinFL

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    Ronstan Snap shackle
    Atwood Bronze lan slide
    Atwood Steel Pest
    Maratac small snap
    Brass cash stash
    Stainless bow shackle.
     
  9. Monocrom

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    Happy to help.

    One less notch on Rob's belt of folks he's screwed over.
     
  10. A.D.D.i.c.t.

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    Nice setup rickinFL!
     
  11. mcmc

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    I know it's been a while...but any developments on superglue carrying ideas? I would love for a solution too =)
     
  12. mzil

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    I carry numerous single use fluids in my EDC bag, including glues. The first 3 minutes of this video shows how:
    [video=youtube;zfOQXbsbchI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfOQXbsbchI[/video]

    I didn't bother to transfer the single use superglue tube I carry from its original tube (made of some sort of metal), however I keep it also protected in a crush proof aluminum pill fob. For a minimalist carry you could use a small one like on the keychain pics you linked too, as mentioned.

    Some fluids, like acetone and WD40, can't be carried in common drink straw plastic because they evaporate through osmosis over a few weeks [I tested this and make mention of it in the video]. I never bothered to test superglue, since I find it in ready to go, single use containers already, in many hardware stores.
     
  13. Tixx

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    Some "bepreparedtosurvive" info in there. :)
     
  14. mzil

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    ^Yeah, I guess it must look that way, but the funny thing is I wouldn't describe myself as the type, at all. In researching Youtube, this forum, and other places for EDC "urban survival" tool kits and pocket organizers, I guess I got so much exposure to their "stuff" that it just sort of "stuck". :) The bulk of what I carry, however, is definitely tool related, not "survival", as can be seen in this sped up (and in reverse) video of my kit (pt1):[video=youtube;mtUDqgzf40w]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtUDqgzf40w[/video]
    [The not reversed, normal speed version, complete with audio narration and annotations, can be found here]:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juB1pdB72x0
     
  15. masterwelder

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    Can't up load picks.
     
  16. enki_ck

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    You have to use an external photo hosting service, like www.photobucket.com , we all do. then just copy/paste the image links here. There are lots of tips on haw to do it in the HOW TO subforum
     
  17. RyanMalpiede

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    All in current rotation ...

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    (D22 - Titanium Coin Screwdriver) on my belt
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  18. mzil

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    Wow! Lots of cool stuff!

    What's this?
    Is it a pair of Leatherman bits you have drilled and then fastened together? Please elaborate, thanks.
     
  19. RyanMalpiede

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    yes I dremeled two leatherman bits to make a "shiplap-joint?" ... then JB welded and stonewashed. this is version 1.0 with these bits. Next time I will use a black headless hex screw to bond the two pieces together. A lot of room for improvement but still works like a champ.
     
  20. hazna

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    wow some cool stuff there!
     
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