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What Did You Use Your Multitool for Today?

Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by GatorMedic, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. Mark_Trail

    Mark_Trail Loaded Pockets

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    Flashlight of SOG Baton Q4 came handy when locating an important piece of document from behind a night stand drawer


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  2. Prospect708

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    Used the Victorinix Swisstool this past weekend to fix a lock on the garage door and the dryer exhaust hose.


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  3. Drew Whitehead

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    Used the wave pliers to remove a Lego helmet visor from there bottom of another Lego. Small child crisis averted.
     
  4. sungame

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    Used the scissors on my Style CS to trim my fingernails.
     
  5. TheWizardSally

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    I just slayed a whole sixpack of beers ( Bottles with caps ) with my Swisstool.... I think aside from work( knife,pliers,drivers) my Bottle opener has been used almost everyday....
     
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  6. ballast

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    bought a SOG powerassist and had to use my leatherman juice s2 along with a torx to tighten the stud on the blade.
     
  7. SurivStud

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    Juice scissors to unpick my suite jacket pocket. Some of them come sewn from the factory.
     
  8. littleme

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    Rebar Phillips screwdriver to tighten the screw that fell out of the throttle guard on the aircraft at work
     
  9. caninesapien

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    Sidekick philips drive to remove the kitchen cabinet door from the front of the washing machine!
     
  10. Locomoco

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    Leatherman PS tweezers to remove splinter from godson's foot.

    Swiss tech multitool to remove some heavy duty staples that got bent out of shape.
     
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    Used my Wave pliers to yank out an ethernet cable that was being stubborn.
     
  12. EZDog

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  13. Luis J

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    Screwdriver in Gerber Dime to remove a small screw, then lost the screw.
     
  14. Mark_Trail

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    Used the flashlight of Q2 for checking the level and the knife end for punching thru the foil of new oil can under the hood of my aging Alfa Romeo early this morning


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  15. Blaker55

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    Old guy had passed out and collapsed after coming out of restroom at truck stop/convenience store. His son trying to get him hooked up to oxygen but didn't have a handle to open the top valve to let the O2 flow. We used my Leatherman. It all turned out OK. EMT's arrive about a minute later and old guy sitting up and talking to EMT's.
     
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  16. Water-Rat

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    I've used the pliers on my Style PS a few different times in the past week to open jammed lockers at the school I work at. Does a decent job and fits in my pocket unlike all the other locker opener tools I carry in my bag.
     
  17. CIVSD

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    I used the bronze scraper on my MUT as an awl to add new holes in my belt.
     
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  18. MKram

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    LM Skeletool to pull the spark plug socket OFF the newly installed plug in the snowblower. Dewinterizing (?) as it's already coming down in the high country...Had snow already but it wasn't enough to warrant firing up the big machine.

    Note - stab-oil doesn't get in the carb jets, you need to run the tank dry...had to prime MANY times to get the fuel to flow properly.
     
  19. Drew Whitehead

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    Used my wave to help replace the float arm in toilet. Old one rusted in half wasn't coming out with fingers alone.
     
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  20. CIVSD

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    Used my MUT to mount a new optic to my AR-10 and move the foregrip back on the lower keymod rail.