Welcome to the forum- it seems like you have a pretty good selection of tools already. What do you like or don't like about some of them? What made the EDC models the ones you carry? Oh, and I think the Wenger model you are asking about might be the Esquire.Def
Quote from: Grant Lamontagne on March 09, 2017, 11:37:52 PMWelcome to the forum- it seems like you have a pretty good selection of tools already. What do you like or don't like about some of them? What made the EDC models the ones you carry? Oh, and I think the Wenger model you are asking about might be the Esquire.DefEDC options are basically a combination of compact and useful. I had some Style CS's for awhile, I got rid of them because I liked the scissors on the Wenger better, although I do miss the bottle opener. Truth be told, I almost never really need any multitool. Most of their use is opening beer bottles or opening packages. They're just nice to have--for instance, I was grilling last night and noticed the thermometer was loose on it. Pulled out the Fuse, screwed it back in. Probably could have gone another 5 years before it actually fell out, but hey, I "fixed" it. Things I like and dislike:PST: Was really about the perfect tool the first shot. Not the most comfortable, but good enough.Fuse: Pretty close to the PST, but Scissors! I love scissors. Wish it had a serrated blade or saw though. Price was right at $30 new including sheath and a flashlight (which has since been lost in the same move that the PST was lost in)Supertool: Like everything on it. Wish it had scissors, and I wish it had a flathead screwdriver/bottle opener combo like on a Vic. Makes more sense to me. Not a huge fan of the locking system; been thinking of trading it for a Rebar because of that and its size (really, it is too big). But the price was right--got it for $15 used.Micra: Honestly just a legacy thing at this point. Not much that the Wenger Esquire doesn't do the same or better, except it has a bottle opener. I wish the phillips was a full phillipsWenger Esquire (good call): I've had this for a long time. 99.9% of what I need a multitool for is served by this, and it still fits in in an office setting.Huntsman: See above. I also love having the saw blade. I'm not sure I've ever sawed wood with it, but I use it a surprising amount. I wish it was thinner though--I don't need the second small blade, or the can opener. Wouldn't mind getting a phillips version instead of the corkscrew (or get rid of the hook and awl and get a phillips in addition to it)The others that I'm keeping I just keep around in case I need them. Places where I might need them and not be carrying a full sized one--hockey bag, car, desk at work, etc.The ones I'm selling are all basically just redundant or don't work as well as another. The exception is the Leatherman H503--this to me seems like it is inferior in everyway to a Skeletool. I've almost never used it. Very good tool, just overshadowed.