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SAKs in public places (or other multitools) 46670

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« Reply #782 on: September 25, 2017, 09:11:39 PM »

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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #783 on: September 30, 2017, 05:45:24 PM »
Mr Pinchy in the park

20170930_132040 by Kevin Davey, on Flickr

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« Reply #784 on: September 30, 2017, 05:50:23 PM »
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« Reply #785 on: September 30, 2017, 06:55:57 PM »
Some awesome pics in these last posts gentlemen  :drool: :drool: :drool:.

Thank you Sneider, Kevin and Zoidberg  :salute:.

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« Reply #786 on: October 01, 2017, 08:49:35 AM »
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« Reply #787 on: October 04, 2017, 09:47:32 PM »
My FDC Carry on lake lungern, Switzerland


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« Reply #789 on: October 06, 2017, 02:57:53 AM »
Me and the band messing with some SAKs

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« Reply #791 on: October 10, 2017, 08:10:43 PM »
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« Reply #792 on: October 22, 2017, 01:22:28 PM »
Business trip to Geneva.



And an Explorer plus for my son.

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« Reply #793 on: October 24, 2017, 05:58:24 AM »

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« Reply #794 on: October 24, 2017, 06:00:00 AM »
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« Reply #795 on: October 31, 2017, 08:37:15 PM »
Campo, vallemaggia, switzerland.


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« Reply #796 on: December 29, 2017, 10:55:25 AM »
SNOW
SNOW
SNOW




SNOW EVERYWHERE <3



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« Reply #797 on: December 29, 2017, 04:40:18 PM »
Great pics guys  :drool:.

Just noticed that I've missed some beautiful pics the last couple of months (thanks m47mu74nt, Sneider and Jerry Drake  :salute:).

Thanks for sharing them here  :salute:.

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« Reply #798 on: January 23, 2018, 12:18:00 AM »
Just noticed that I had some pics on my smartphone that I forgot to post here ...

Took these last September, during "open monuments day".  The church clocktower in my hometown was open for visitors that day, so I had to go and have a look  ;).

The church was build around 1227 A.D., it was destroyed by a fire and rebuild in the year 1553 A.D. , in 1799 A.D. (during French occupation) the clocks were destroyed, and in 1940 A.D. the Belgian Army dynamited the tower (like they did with all church- and other towers) so the German occupier couldn't use it as surveillance tower.  The tower was rebuild in 1943 A.D. in its current state.  There, that's the history of our church in short.

Pic from the church tower, taken from the road to the old cemetery.



Pic taken from inside the tower, here you see the town "square".



A pic of the bells.



A pic of the road to the old cemetery (from where the first pic was taken).



And some pics of my trusty Swisschamp, which is always by my side ...











Hope you guys enjoyed the trip  ;).

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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #799 on: January 23, 2018, 01:50:46 AM »
Just noticed that I had some pics on my smartphone that I forgot to post here ...

Took these last September, during "open monuments day".  The church clocktower in my hometown was open for visitors that day, so I had to go and have a look  ;).

The church was build around 1227 A.D., it was destroyed by a fire and rebuild in the year 1553 A.D. , in 1799 A.D. (during French occupation) the clocks were destroyed, and in 1940 A.D. the Belgian Army dynamited the tower (like they did with all church- and other towers) so the German occupier couldn't use it as surveillance tower.  The tower was rebuild in 1943 A.D. in its current state.  There, that's the history of our church in short.

Pic from the church tower, taken from the road to the old cemetery.

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Pic taken from inside the tower, here you see the town "square".

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A pic of the bells.

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A pic of the road to the old cemetery (from where the first pic was taken).

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And some pics of my trusty Swisschamp, which is always by my side ...

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Hope you guys enjoyed the trip  ;).



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« Reply #800 on: January 30, 2018, 04:33:34 AM »
+1!!

Barry
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« Reply #801 on: February 04, 2018, 08:17:48 PM »
Thanks for the likes guys  :salute:.

Here are some pics I took for the "Januari 2019 MTO Calendar" topic.  Some of these made it to the final cut, others didn't but are still good enough to be posted in this topic  ;).

First up, a pic from the MTO PX:



Next a pic of the MTO PX alongside the 2017 Limited Edition Pioneer.


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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #802 on: February 04, 2018, 08:20:31 PM »
Up next, some pics of my Rebar, neither made it to the final cut:




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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #803 on: February 04, 2018, 08:23:30 PM »
Up next, some pics of my Leatherman Signal ...  Non of these made it to the final cut either:







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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #804 on: February 04, 2018, 08:37:29 PM »
And last but not least, some pics of my latest SAK, my Victorinox S54.  I bought this one because I found a nice deal on it (almost half of the regular price).  And when I received it I liked it so much that I ordered another one the same day (at the same great price). 

This is a very nice SAK to fiddle with, I also own a couple of Wenger Evowoods which were only bought for my collection, and not for EDC.  But this one was my first red scaled (be it the Evogrip) version and I bought the second one so I could use one of them as EDC (as alternative for my regular EDC SAK, my trusty Swisschamp).  And I really like the 85mm size, and the Evolution scales, maybe this was just because it was something new at first, but after two weeks I still like it very much.










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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #805 on: February 04, 2018, 09:28:40 PM »
And last but not least, some pics of my latest SAK, my Victorinox S54.  I bought this one because I found a nice deal on it (almost half of the regular price).  And when I received it I liked it so much that I ordered another one the same day (at the same great price). 

This is a very nice SAK to fiddle with, I also own a couple of Wenger Evowoods which were only bought for my collection, and not for EDC.  But this one was my first red scaled (be it the Evogrip) version and I bought the second one so I could use one of them as EDC (as alternative for my regular EDC SAK, my trusty Swisschamp).  And I really like the 85mm size, and the Evolution scales, maybe this was just because it was something new at first, but after two weeks I still like it very much.

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What?!
And you didn't bother sending me a message with a tip?!
:twak:

:D

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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #806 on: February 04, 2018, 10:12:25 PM »
And last but not least, some pics of my latest SAK, my Victorinox S54.  I bought this one because I found a nice deal on it (almost half of the regular price).  And when I received it I liked it so much that I ordered another one the same day (at the same great price). 

This is a very nice SAK to fiddle with, I also own a couple of Wenger Evowoods which were only bought for my collection, and not for EDC.  But this one was my first red scaled (be it the Evogrip) version and I bought the second one so I could use one of them as EDC (as alternative for my regular EDC SAK, my trusty Swisschamp).  And I really like the 85mm size, and the Evolution scales, maybe this was just because it was something new at first, but after two weeks I still like it very much.

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What?!
And you didn't bother sending me a message with a tip?!
:twak:

:D

When I first saw them online, there were 4 of them left, I bought only one, thinking it was clearly a mistake (since I'd never seen them this cheap).  When the postman rang my doorbel the next day I still expected to get something else (be it another, but thinner SAK, or even a fake).  But when I opened the box I saw it was the real thing, so I went back to the site to order the other 3, only to see there was only one left ...  ::).   And about 30 minutes after I ordered the last one it said 0 in stock (and I was a bit nervous that I was too late, since the mail they send me said they always check the credit card payement first, and this can take up to two hours ...  :ahhh ).

But an hour later I got the e-mail confirming that I got the last one  :woohoo:.

To be honest ... I thought you were the one who bought the other two, since somedays it seems like you and me are the only two Belgian SAK buyers out there (I know there are others, but your name does pop up from time to time on 2dehands.be  ;)).

Anyway, I'm very happy with my two S54's.  Like I said in this topic, I once let a Wenger S54 slip through my fingers (in a manner of speaking  ;)) back in 2014 in Liechtenstein, so I'm very happy to have the Vic Delémont version now.

 :climber:

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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #807 on: February 05, 2018, 07:36:14 AM »
And last but not least, some pics of my latest SAK, my Victorinox S54.  I bought this one because I found a nice deal on it (almost half of the regular price).  And when I received it I liked it so much that I ordered another one the same day (at the same great price). 

This is a very nice SAK to fiddle with, I also own a couple of Wenger Evowoods which were only bought for my collection, and not for EDC.  But this one was my first red scaled (be it the Evogrip) version and I bought the second one so I could use one of them as EDC (as alternative for my regular EDC SAK, my trusty Swisschamp).  And I really like the 85mm size, and the Evolution scales, maybe this was just because it was something new at first, but after two weeks I still like it very much.

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What?!
And you didn't bother sending me a message with a tip?!
:twak:

:D

When I first saw them online, there were 4 of them left, I bought only one, thinking it was clearly a mistake (since I'd never seen them this cheap).  When the postman rang my doorbel the next day I still expected to get something else (be it another, but thinner SAK, or even a fake).  But when I opened the box I saw it was the real thing, so I went back to the site to order the other 3, only to see there was only one left ...  ::).   And about 30 minutes after I ordered the last one it said 0 in stock (and I was a bit nervous that I was too late, since the mail they send me said they always check the credit card payement first, and this can take up to two hours ...  :ahhh ).

But an hour later I got the e-mail confirming that I got the last one  :woohoo:.

To be honest ... I thought you were the one who bought the other two, since somedays it seems like you and me are the only two Belgian SAK buyers out there (I know there are others, but your name does pop up from time to time on 2dehands.be  ;)).

Anyway, I'm very happy with my two S54's.  Like I said in this topic, I once let a Wenger S54 slip through my fingers (in a manner of speaking  ;)) back in 2014 in Liechtenstein, so I'm very happy to have the Vic Delémont version now.

 :climber:
I'm a bit of a cheapskate.
I try to jump on the REALLY good deals and try to get as rare models as possible for the least amount of money possible.
(Horn scaled 84mm Golfer, NIB, long nail file: $25, Mauser: trade value €35, Swissflame: €25, ...)
Which results in not to many purchases...
But getting a rare model dirt cheap does feel even better :D

Care to pm me what the price was?

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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #808 on: February 18, 2018, 06:13:59 PM »
Some pics I took during a hike last Friday, while shooting pics for the MTO Calendar February topic ... (For now I only entered one of these pics, but I might just enter another one of these also, if you guys like them).


This is the one I entered for the MTO Calendar this month:




These next ones didn't make the cut (yet  :D):







Let me know if you have a favorite of these last three that you think I should also enter for the Calendar topic  ;).


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Re: SAKs in public places (or other multitools)
« Reply #809 on: February 18, 2018, 09:12:34 PM »
The first one.   :tu:   :like:

 

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