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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by neutrontech, Feb 3, 2011.
Leatherman Squirt PS4.
+1. :agree: I use the pliers all the time. Scissors, not so much.
I used the scissors on my Leatherman Squirt quite a bit until someone forgot they were in their pocket and some O'hare employee ended up with it
I might have to consider a new job to build up my collection of edc gear.
Yes, I would also like to know
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my swiss+tech uitili-key is handsdown the best tool i ever got! (if you look at utility per gram)
It easily detachable, has al the basics, and best of all: it's been on every plainride I ever took!
Yes the utility key is one of the smallest and lightest tools available. I find the tools are not the easiest to use though.
I had the Utilikey and never used it cause the ergonomics were so bad. My favorite keychain tool is my Screwpop!
My P-7 Suspension clip
I change what is on my key ring depending on what where and how using the clips from a Nite Ize Carabiners: Keyrack but not the holder itself just a normal ring
iTP A3 EOS R5.
I can't even begin to describe how much I use this thing. Considering it's lack of weight and size, it's -way- useful for what it is.
I use my uitili-key alot the small phillips driver works great and the eye glass screwdriver is very handy it's been part of my edc since i got it about 5 years ago .
I've been using that utili-key for a while now also, and the flat screwdriver fits perfectly in my jet lighters for flame adjustment, if you've tried to use the bottle opener on this tool I find it pretty hard and somewhat dangerous, good thing I carry a credit card sized bottle opener in my wallet that I absolutely love
Add me to this list.
Seriously, I have to know where to get one. All my searches have turned up empty.
My Swiss Army Classic. I use the scissors/knife blade (though small) almost every day for something.
My Midnite Minichamp. Very well rounded tool in my opinion.
Red alox rambler by swissbianco. Great tools all in one slim/compact package.
Forgot the name of it bigger than the spyderco bug, but smaller than the grasshopper... Anyway, that knife has to be the most used tool on my keys!!!
I'd like to find one of the Czech soldiers bottle openers to.