What is your preference?
I used an old Wave when there was nothing better, now I only use the new Wave.Never had a bit driver or a bit fail on me (as of yet anyway )It is a good idea to keep an old Wave around though, because you never know if the earth will be taken over by a race that worships flat drivers, and then you would have the upper hand.
I like a strong large flathead, a medium one for poking and prodding and for using on set screws, and a tiny one for eyeglasses.
the old wave's non locking drivers can and will fold up on you.
Quote from: Mercury on May 06, 2012, 08:56:24 PMthe old wave's non locking drivers can and will fold up on you.This is the deciding factor, and why locking multi-tools beat out SAK's every day of the week. There's just no reason anymore to make nonlocking tools (or, aside from stupid legalities, nonlocking or non-OHO knives).