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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by figtree, Apr 17, 2006.
That ain't yer everyday buy it at Target SAK for that matter.
It's a reswiss. Laser cut scales.
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Where does everyone buy their cool little tritium vials?
The EDCForum store has a bunch to choose from. YEAH! Support the forum! WOOHOO!
But those aren't tritium according to the description. They have to be exposed to light in order to glow.
I'd contact B@rt from CPF if your trying to procure tritium vials. Quite a few sellers on that forum could probably hook you up with tritium though.
merkava and bart are the main sellers of tritium at cpfmarketplace.
my current one ;-)
Here's mine, nothing fancy
Whatcha got there at the top left. I've never seen a key ring/keeper like that. And is that the iPod in a case or an iPhone? And the little thing right above the SAK. Is that the Apple tool to remove a sim card? Now that I look a little closer...what is that black and silver box, top left?
The keyring keeper is a Snap Shackle. Thats a prussic cord attached to the release ring.
Thats an IPHONE 3GS, and yes thats the sim tray tool by the SAK.
The black and silver box is my car alarm remote unit.
And if you are wondering, i use the Victorinox Belt Clip to suspend the IPHONE in my front left pocket.
Cool! But whats with the Nokia?
My IPHONE battery died a couple of months ago, while waiting for the the replacement battery, i also gave my NOKIA 1202 to my son. That said I got the NOKIA X1 because its dual sim capable. My IPHONE's battery arrived last month, got it repaired, but i still enjoy using the NOKIA because its two phones (SIMS) in one unit.
In the wise words of bzimmerly "diversification is good!"
Thats why i also carry the sim tray tool with my SAK. ;D
AAaaahaa. 2&2.. yes, its all coming together now
I smiled when I saw the keychain picture.
I knew those keys could only belong to Steve. Veleno Designs is worth checking out.
Current keychain setup.
Atwood Pest Ti
Muyshondt Aeon Ti
Do half the people on this forum not need a house key?!
Wait, lemme guess you use your Ti prybar to bust the door down..