Yesterday very early in the morning I had to take my Wife to the emergency room ( don't worry she's ok). In my haste to get out of the house I forgot to grab a SAK with a scissors ( usually a Pocket tool chest). The only tool I had was my OHT. After our visit She asked me to cut off her wrist band which the nurse had put on a bit on the tight side making it hard to get the Trekker blade under to slice it of. The blunt tip of the Trekker made cutting much easier due to the fact that I didn't have to worry about cutting her with a sharp point. This is why I'm a fan of the blunt tip 111mm blade. It's a great safety blade.
Huntsman vs string...no contest!
Quote from: Rapidray on November 02, 2018, 11:32:00 PMHuntsman vs string...no contest!Same job for my Spartan .Sent from my SM-G960F using Tapatalk
Good job marko
Excellent story and uses, Kraken!
I had to replace the battery in my truck this morning, along with one of the terminal connectors on one of the cables. After cutting off the old connector, the pen blade on the SwissChamp cut the insulation off of the wire. Then I used the cap lifter to help strip the insulation off. When it came time to swap the battery, I had a hard time getting the protective cover off the positive terminal. It had a little pull tab, but my sausage fingers couldn't get a grip on it to pull it off. The pliers on the SwissChamp came to the rescue, acting more like aggressive tweezers than small pliers. Within minutes I was back in business and back on the road. The SwissChamp....is there anything it can't do?!
Opened up a new perfume… A girl needs to smell nice!!!(Image removed from quote.)
Hahaha, no guns allowed in The Netherlands…And a ray of sun is always a good thing right?