I agree with Hawk that electrician tool looks like a very nice tool. Some of the blades/tools look a bit like cheap knockoff ones, but how did they feel in the hand?
The Bear tools give off an aura of strength and quality contruction. No question about it, these tools are solid! ....
What's the price range on Bears? They look like a nice Mid-quality tool for those who don't want to pay extra just for Brand Name status.
The challange can be trying to find one for sale. I've never seen one at a store, only at internet retail sites.
I was wondering about that myself. It appears to be part of the tool but maybe one of the guys can fill us in first-hand.
That's the weirdest multi tool function I've ever seen.How does it fit in a sheath?
That clipper model goes to show how sometimes the designers can go way off base and just start to add stuff they think people want. It also looks like the thing was added to an original tool. Look how the cut out for the mounting goes through the company name.
Is there a significant advantage to this particular design of outside opening tools? Is SAK's design exactly the same?
Anyone own one?
Quote from: hawkchucker on February 09, 2008, 03:13:49 PMAnyone own one?I'm looking at a 156L multitool real hard - appears they can be customized / modified somewhat with Torx screws holding them together.Bear & Son multitool catalog