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They are nice......... Coffee looks good too.......
Quote from: Dutch_Tooler on July 23, 2018, 11:24:29 AMA bit of "Rebar Art":(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Quote from: Dutch_Tooler on July 25, 2018, 04:17:24 PM(Image removed from quote.)That's super cool the way you swapped the parts around like that, end result is amazing! ...well done sir!
Well, i spent a lot on some leathermans last 2 weeks, got a skeletool CX because my wave, bit kit, aaa light and what else was in my skinth, were to heavy for my shorts, then realized i wanted a crunch too for grabbing stubborn nuts and broken screws. After that, i thought, it might be handy to have a good but cheaper tool than a wave to hang arround in the car or work bag. After reading here, i decided on the Rebar.It looks stronger than the a wingman i once had, altough the price was almost the same.It came with a small leather sheath, but the skeletool Cx came with a big nylon one, perfect suited for the rebar and bit kit! (Skeletool is worn skeleted, clipped in the pocket). Did some paracord in yellow to it, functional, but looks good too Now only need to find a aa or preferred aaa sized yellow flashlight ....(Image removed from quote.)
Skeletool is a bare minimum i agree, but calling it pointless is a bit too harsh i think. It is very personal if a tool works for anyone, to me a skeletool has its purposes, many days i do not need more than pliers, good knife, wire cutters and screwdriver, and i want it to be in my shorts pocket, not on a belt.