No problem- I have a pretty thick skin anyway! I just wanted to address it in case anyone else thought that reading it later on, and as I said, I wasn't really comfortable putting it in there because it is a personal preference.Besides, I wouldn't post stuff here if I didn't fully expect folks to disagree with me! Def
What I can't understand is why did Leatherman leave out the lanyard ring on the wingman Theres space there for it and they just put a washer in there I know not everyone is a fan of lanyard rings but its better to have and not need then to need and not have .
Those aren't 'useless holes'. They... uhhh... cut down on wind resistance at subsonic speed. Yeah, that's it. They improve drag coefficient.
Sorry for the necro bump and if there is another thread on the wingman.
Quote from: kaput on April 24, 2016, 03:39:01 AMSorry for the necro bump and if there is another thread on the wingman.http://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=32035.0I wish I knew before ordering.
Quote from: ReamerPunch on April 27, 2016, 06:10:57 AMQuote from: kaput on April 24, 2016, 03:39:01 AMSorry for the necro bump and if there is another thread on the wingman.http://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=32035.0I wish I knew before ordering.But for $25 I bought it. And although there are shortcomings I am happy I got it to add to my collection. I am usually a guy who carries the same tool for years day in day out. But recently I've started adding to the collection and am enjoying varying my Edc. Although it's silly to cut something that thin with "wire cutters", the precision on my rebar and even freestyle are much tighter and have overlap to be able to cut through the smallest diameters. Also, I think the scissors on the wingman are fantastic, which is probably a task more apt for that anywho. And the belt clip just needs the torq tighten. So I'm still "enjoying" it for what it is.