I think you are over thinking it. Just get one and give it a try. The best way to see if a tool is worth carrying is to carry it. Personally the skeletool is my least carried mt. However in some situations it is perfect and is one of my most used mts.Sent from my Z988 using Tapatalk
Just PM me your address.
I am the biggest Skeletool fan around here. Tool set. The Skeletool has the tools people normally would use, nothing more. Sure, I EDC A Spirit or a Wave, but as a normal guy I never use the file nor saw nor serrated blade, sometime I use the scissors because I choose to, not have to. Tool count=7, but that didn't include the four size/type driver Skeletool is equipped by default.Feel, the Skeletool just feel good in hand, especially in knife mode comparing to other blocky MT. Look, it just look so cool. Tip, team Skeletool up with a Micra then you are good to go. Fact, Skeletool is the most popular carried MT along Leatherman employees.
Skeletool is not a survivalist nor tradesman's pocket toolbox, it is a white collar's multitool.
I suggest you look at what we done with our Skeletools.http://forum.multitool.or...ex.php/topic,55539.0.html(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
Quote from: Kampfer on December 05, 2016, 07:44:59 PMI suggest you look at what we done with our Skeletools.http://forum.multitool.or...ex.php/topic,55539.0.html(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Cool pic and thanks for the link I will give that thread a good read sometime
All you need to do is to spread the legs. You don't even need to pull it out.