Could any of you fine lads and lasses please show me how you go about opening the scissors on your Pulses? It's the implement that gives me the most pain combined with clumping... I mean, is there some better/cleverer way than "bring out the clump of tools, push the rest of the clump back in watching not to cut yourself, bring the scissors to the full open position, push the rest of the clump back in (since it opened up again during the last step)"?
another club i can join once i get it sellers pic, i know nothing about its year etc yet (Image removed from quote.)
Quote from: Zed on May 26, 2011, 07:33:49 PManother club i can join once i get it sellers pic, i know nothing about its year etc yet (Image removed from quote.)Good score Paul...
I think you'll like it Paul.
Quote from: Gareth on May 26, 2011, 08:38:24 PMI think you'll like it Paul. i thin i will gareth, is it the same size roughly as a wave
Quote from: Zed on May 26, 2011, 08:48:51 PMQuote from: Gareth on May 26, 2011, 08:38:24 PMI think you'll like it Paul. i thin i will gareth, is it the same size roughly as a wave I've never owned a Wave to do a side-by-side comparison, but the Pulse is sized like a thicker PST if that helps.
Congrats!I have the Pulse and its big brother, the ST 200. The Pulse was only my second multitool; I bought it to replace my PST to curb the blood loss. It is, indeed, like a slightly larger PST II by virtue of having the same tools with the addition of them locking open. I can post a pic tonight of the Pulse, an original Wave, and a new Wave together if you like.
The Pulse is great multitool I had a mint condition one but didn't want to rough it up; don't tell Ben (Image removed from quote.)It was fun to own; now it resides in the US of A
The pulse is a great tool, with a nice selection in a slim package.The locks take a bit of getting used to.Here's a tip if you have adequate finger nails: Use them to push the locks from their edge instead of using a finger on the outer grooves, it's much easier that way