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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Crew, Nov 1, 2010.
Seems like these babies are hard to find nowadays.. where is my best bet ?
Would the TEC Accessories P-7 Suspension Clip from the EDCF store work for you?
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I would email Derek Monroe and ask him to let you know when he gets a new batch done. Tadgear also gets special runs done every now and then.
I got mine from Fenix Outfitters. Looks like they get some in stock every now and then.
Good luck with your search.
hey, I've never seen a Munroe Dangler. I LIKE IT!
Ive had one of those P7 clips for a couple months on my keys. Not sure if id say they are as good or even better as ive never owned a dangler, but they do work well.
I have the Munroe Dangler as well as some P7 Suspension clips. Like you, I have been trying to get some more Danglers but I have not had any luck. The Suspension clips work just as well, but they aren't as sexy as the titanium Dangler. I like larger size of the Dangler as well as the wider hole for the keychain ring. However, for the price, the Suspension clips are great and do the job perfectly.
I was waiting for someone to 'fess up to that ;o)
And, yes I am have my eye on something titanium right now too. Currently, in the "need/want" debate stage.
I've been wanting a clip with a bottle opener!
Then you want the Mega Dangler...I have one and love it! The opener really works well, too.
does anyone know how I can contact Monroe Design?
after their original site "MunroeDesign.com" went down, they tried a "backup site" which is still "under construction", named munroeknives.com.
Perhaps you'll try at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just my two cents, and good luck.
I guess at email@example.com
and site partially works http://www.munroeknives.com/
I have been looking for one for about 2 years now.
I've had the small one for a while now and it's great - you don't even notice it's there. I tend to use it for smaller EDC lights, like the IncenDio.