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Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by Alan Daly, Aug 10, 2013.
I had exactly(ish) this setup, a Cadet and an Olight i3 on a P-7. The i3 has given out so I'm waiting for the new quick-release keychain light that Jason (Prometheus/Darksucks) did on Kickstarter.
That's what's in my fifth pocket (I have a SwissFlash on my keychain). Larger multitools are in my bag.
I responded before seeing this post. Are you my doppelganger?? I have (had) the same setup on the P-7, just in different finishes (red Cadet and black AAA), and my Vic Spirit is EDC'ed in my bag.
My ideal setup of tools that cover most diy and reg life task... Leatherman wave... And vic cadet...
Seen here pulling double duty as paint opener and screw driver...
barest urban kit: LM Squirt PS 4, Fenix LD01, BM Mini Grip
when "doing" anything: LM Wave, Fenix PD22, Mini Grip
Suit attire: Vic Compact, Fenix LD01 ... perhaps LM Squirt (find it hard to part with those pliers)
This is just to hard to pick my EDC is dynamic and dependant on ADL.
Three different reduced combo sets K/L/MT i often carry: small, medium, large.
and sometimes this variation as mid/large..
More info and details here Nick4305's personal EDC
I feel under tooled, I don't like anything on my belt so my tool kit has to be slim. I keep a Leatherman ps4, Maratac aaa, and my knife in my pocket. I also keep a Gerber shard, and ferro rod on my keys. Seems to work for most of what I run into on a daily basis.
I carry an old school Gerber MT and an HDS Exec 120 in RipOffs holsters on the belt.
Zebralight SC52 and Fenix LD12 in one pocket with 1/2 of my Keys and a Fenix LD01 SS on that Keychain.
Fenix E15 and Swisstech tiny tool in other pocket with other Keys
And last but hardly least a Kershaw Thermite in the side pocket in Carhart pants.
I still prefer the Gerber as I can pull it out and snap the pliers out when already holding whatever I need it for.
Leatherman Wave and the Tenacious
Wave and Tenacious by mediocregray, on Flickr
It changes so much. My knife is a plain edge 3" to 4" folder that's comfortable in my hand. For my multitool, I carried a Vic compact but missed the ability to drive Philips head screw, switched to a climber with plus scales and eyeglass screwdriver but missed the nail file on the hook. With both of those I carried Swiss+Tech pliers off and on, but I wasn't satisfied with anything it did. Now I carry a SOG Powerduo, but I miss having scissors and a nail file. For now I'm going to also carry a Vic Classic SD, but the search goes on for my single, perfect multitool.
My combo is a leatherman juice cs4 a freestyle cx
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Going to try this for a little while.