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Pocketweez?

Discussion in 'Other Carrying Devices' started by crawdad62, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. crawdad62

    crawdad62 Loaded Pockets

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    Anyone used a Pocketweez? Looks pretty interesting and there's times I really need something like this. It's a little pricey at US$25.00 but if it's a quality item I might bite. Just wondering if anyone has one and how they like it.

    http://www.pocketweez.com/
     
  2. volvo63'

    volvo63' Loaded Pockets

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    I use the county comm tick tweezers that are keychain sized. They work great and I think they are only about $4.
     
  3. mahogany

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    I purchased these tweezers last summer. These are very high quality tweezers. Made in the USA. They are ground to a sharp point, much sharper than uncle bill's tweezers. One of the benefits of these tweezers is that you can not lose them as you can with uncle bill's. I like these tweezers and am considering getting 5 at a time for a slight discount. One more thing is that the harder you squeeze them the tighter they grip vs. opening up with most.
     
  4. crawdad62

    crawdad62 Loaded Pockets

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    That right there is a selling point in my book.
     
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    heck333 Loaded Pockets

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    These tweezers look great. I just ordered 5 of them for the discount. Hope they work as well as advertised...

    Greg
     
  6. ScottAW

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    Just get a set of regular tweezers for under $5. They don't fold up but you save $20.