Having the two bit drivers makes perfect sense for me, I have come across many situations where one flat head was too big, so I just turned it over and the other side was perfect, same thing goes for Phillips as well( I like having the two dedicated screw drivers, as apposed to the Ti) ...
The file grinds noticeably against the nice titanium handles
..in case it wasn't obvious I was just teasing you Def.
And as for the scissors, I'd like to see the old Wave/PST II scissors in it.
Quote..in case it wasn't obvious I was just teasing you Def.Well tough- it's too late to call off the sniper now! Def
So let me get this straight- the XTi duplicates the bit holder and the lanyard ring, then has a pocket clip and a sheath and no one sees the redundancy on this thing?Def
So let me get this straight- the XTi duplicates the bit holder and the lanyard ring, then has a pocket clip and a sheath and no one sees the redundancy on this thing?I think it's a decent tool- very comfortable size and grip (unless you grab the wrong side and have the pocket clip on) and I also like the broader blade than the Wave, but I think that the tool compliment could have been better thought out. It almost strikes me as something that the design team was going over budget on and finished it up in a hurry because the presentation was in an hour...Def
I think redundancy is a good thing when speaking of carry options
I must admit, I've never used (or had an occasion to use) a cutting/gutting hook like the XTi has. I suppose it is there "just in case" a person ever needs it, like so many other functions on a multitool. I have used the removable pocket clip on many occasions, and the removable lanyard ring twice. Both work well. And if you need a more secure lanyard attachment, don't forget that the Charge has a "hidden" one in the end of one handle.