Camper and Winger PTC.
I have recently found my ultimate SAK combo. For me, lightweight is a primary factor. I can't get myself to carry larger SAKs, and believe me I have tried. For the last year, my trusty Cadet has been nearly the only SAK knife or MT that I have carried. But I was missing the small implements that one might normally find on a Classic, namely the scissors and tweezers. But the Classic has a nail file, which my Cadet already had, and that redundancy annoyed me far more than it should. The other week I discovered the Jetsetter, and knew my problem was solved. This little SAK compliments the Cadet perfectly with zero redundancy. Sure, I do miss the tiny backup blade a little bit, but I don't really need that. The precision Phillips driver and the fact that it is no thicker than a classic more than makes up for it!(Image removed from quote.)
Here is a combo with Victorinox Executive and Wenger Journeyman. Also I have added the swiss card screwdriver, often I add it to my pocket knife.
What's 'a matter boy, you yella???Uh... yes.
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Today I feel like rolling with the classic combo of Pioneer + Classic.(Image removed from quote.)
One of my greatest combos of Opinels and SAKs. Measures less than 2 sheets of A4 paper.
Dont't worry El C, next time I'll just carry my Opinels and not post a pic or tell anyone.
(Image removed from quote.)The floodgates have opened!!
SAKs only Carver, PX, MC