Excellent review. One thing you could add would be a discussion on price. Do you think the Skeletool is worth it's ~$50 price? Do you think the Juice (~$40) is a better deal?
Yes and no- a review is supposed to be biased. It's based on the actual use of a tool, and the results that person has made not of from that use, which is why no two reviews ever come to exactly the same conclusion. I try to mitigate this somewhat in my reviews by saying something like "while I didn't really find the carabiner useful, I can see how others may appreciate it," or something along those lines.A review is basically what one person thinks about a product, and it can never be "wrong." It's their opinion, and if yours differs, well that's why we have the forum- you can discuss it, or write your own review! Def
I disagree with the review. For one I don't think a Skeletool can be compared to a Juice. It's like comparing a vacuum cleaner to a leaf blower. I also disagree that the Skeletool is overpriced. It is a very well-made tool and who's to say its carabiner is 'useless' - useless to 'you' perhaps? It's just too biased
I actually didn't care for it the first time I bought it because I had been comparing it to the Wave and was felt it was mandatory to have the file and saw and can opener, etc. The first go-around I honestly didn't know if I should take the Skeletool seriously. It wasn't until I bought/tried/used quite a few different multitools from different manufacturers that I fully appreciated the Skeletool for what it is: A compact tool with a few very useful implements.