Mat and Bob are wondering if Atwood will ever design a plier tool.....
Quote from: J-sews on August 30, 2009, 03:57:32 AMMat and Bob are wondering if Atwood will ever design a plier tool..... You mean anything worthy of being called a tool? ... or art?*coughs* Hack! *coughs*
Quote from: One Lame Frog on August 30, 2009, 03:58:10 AMQuote from: J-sews on August 30, 2009, 03:57:32 AMMat and Bob are wondering if Atwood will ever design a plier tool..... You mean anything worthy of being called a tool? ... or art?*coughs* Hack! *coughs*Hey, we're trying to be supportive here!
So... I looked up the description for the Funnybone on Peter's website and it features separate SAE and metric wrench sizes. On the other hand, McFeely's PocketWrench II is also supposed to support both SAE and metric sizes, but from a single wrench hole set. Judging from online pictures, the PW seems to manage this by interleaving dents for SAE and metrics sizes, however making each indentation "shallower". Is there someone owning and having used both to comment on their comparative performance? From the looks of it, I'd expect the PW to slip more but this is just a hunch...
(Image removed from quote.)Ti G3 without anodizing ( Born 8/5/2009 )Nice write up on the Atwood's Mr. W
(Image removed from quote.)Atwood Ti CookieWrench - just got this one today.Atwood Titanium Cookie Wrenches measure 2.25" in diameter and are made of 1/8" thick stock. They are based loosely on antique lantern wrench designs from the 1940's. Features include 1/4 and 5/16 hex openings, 3/8, 7/16 and 1/2" wrenches, 5/16 open end wrench/bottle opener, oxygen bottle wrench, lanyard and center 7/8" hex opening.This batch is lightly bead blasted and anodized a rich rose gold color.
Only if I can have your funnybone I am fixing to get rid of my Ti Funnybone and are going to need a replacement, unless of course you have a good offer for me
I am in the same boat as you Whippy, I have become quite the Atwood Addict. I have 8 different tools and I use to rotate them around but I seem to carry the G3 Prybaby the most. I like it because it's so densely packed with tools I need everyday. The wrench fits most nuts I may encounter (SAE), the bottle opener has yet to be tested but I have not gotten around to it. The forks can be used for prying but I use them more for screwdrivers, they fit a slotted/flat (what is the right name?) and phillips heads, also the v-notch can strip wires too. My second favorite is probably the Crawdaddy, pretty much the same functions minus the bottle opener and a slot for a dedicated phillips. I never thought I would get into Atwoods, I always thought it was like being a millions miles from one. But thanks to this great forum and the awesome folks who reside here I have been able to check them out. (Image removed from quote.)
Dave, can I please have your GasBaby?Cheers mate
Quote from: Benner on September 01, 2009, 12:07:01 AMDave, can I please have your GasBaby?Cheers mate You will have one soon enough my friend!