Quote from: Kampfer on January 06, 2017, 10:55:35 PM Thanks Kam Anything you disagree on? And any clue what that weird rounded tool is supposed to be on the left arm of the Q3?
Just a slight aside here- the issue you have with the redundant drivers on the PowerGrab is exactly the complaint I had about the so called "premium" Leatherman Charge XTi that I paid full Canadian retail price of $145 for because everyone talked about how wonderful it was. So wonderful, and yet with an unnecessary duplication of features, to say nothing of the various flatheads.Maybe since it was Leatherman and they can do no wrong, it's ok when they do it, but a double standard when someone else tries it.Def
Grant, I hope you realise that you just made me defend a Leatherman design principle
Quote from: 50ft-trad on January 06, 2017, 11:36:17 PMGrant, I hope you realise that you just made me defend a Leatherman design principle At least SOG can use standard bits.Def
Q4 looks interesting. At one point I did look bit driver mt. But to be honest I have not found usable one. LM bits are good solution if you think about bits in edc (I do not carry all bit options so don't mind even bits are not normal size). This Q4 seems like ok solution. Again bits and tool can be quite large edc. And again like estimated pliers look light duty. Again I prefer fixed flat and philips. Flat I use other then screw tasks as well (prybar etc). But seems this can be smaller then example wave with one slide of bits or spirit plus. So looks fine but depends how handy carry solution is.So agree that bit driver with one bit is not a great solution. And to carry example 12 bits is same then having extra sak in carry. Again there are quite small ratchet and bit sets you can carry on belt. So LM could do as well Q4 like solution for own bits, example for MT about juice S2 size + room for 5 double bits, that I could edc.But surely nice try for this area at least.