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Do you prefer the Micra or the Classic on your keys?

Leatherman Micra
Victorinox Classic
Both
Neither- no tools on keychain
Neither- I carry something else (please specify below)

FB Inspired Discussion- Micra or Classic? 947

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Re: FB Inspired Discussion- Micra or Classic?
« Reply #60 on: June 16, 2019, 03:31:02 PM »
I want to love the Micra. The tools are great, the blade is a laser beam, but the scissors suck. Cutting something rigid or semi  rigid works, but I've never been able to use them on a plastic bag, or hair, or something that has a tendency to fold or bend. It just mangles some things before I give up and get something else to cut it with. It's for this reason I choose the Classic, even if the scissors are nowhere near as robust.
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Re: FB Inspired Discussion- Micra or Classic?
« Reply #61 on: Today at 04:38:02 AM »
I want to love the Micra. The tools are great, the blade is a laser beam, but the scissors suck. Cutting something rigid or semi  rigid works, but I've never been able to use them on a plastic bag, or hair, or something that has a tendency to fold or bend. It just mangles some things before I give up and get something else to cut it with. It's for this reason I choose the Classic, even if the scissors are nowhere near as robust.

I agree and this thread had me rethinking the micra  carry question.
I came to my original decision again.
The tool just doesn't pull it's own weight with those  substandard scissors. In my opinion  they are more like shears.

I carry the Rambler on my keys  along with one of those round doodads with four screw drivers that cost about a dollar.
 Plus a pocket knife in FRP as usual.


 

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