Well, you can free space on your Zombie Survival Kit and not include a can opener or use an MT or SAK without one. Because: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhT7VNRFkx4Nobody needs a can opener when you have pavements!
As is this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj0hU0uDy9E
I've never had much luck with the quarter circle forward opening Victorinox over the rear opening LM Claw which I vastly prefer. The Vic keeps jamming up. It's also considerably slower and leaves a more jagged edge inside the can. No doubt I'm doing something wrong but I get no brainer perfect results with the LM. Can anyone point me towards the correct procedure to use the quarter circle more efficiently? Or am I just hamfisted?
Great tests again RP
So now that Leatherman has a quarter-circle, all big four brands have a quarter-circle.I do not know how I feel about this. The standard LM claw is excellent, why did they go with the quarter-circle for the Free series?(Image removed from quote.)
Interesting - and the cap lifter is on the Phillips. The combo cap lifter can opener on the Wave was adequate for both, but great for neither application when I used it extensively several years ago.
If only there was some way you could get your hands on this ...
Bibury 31 in 1/Grand Harvest GHK2Right-handed0 points.Yet again, the can opener is placed too far right in the handle for it to function properly.This would definitely work well if it swapped positions with the serrated rescue blade. What a pity. (Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
perhaps you could send a friendly email to the company with those pictures - thats a very basic design flaw they should have considered.
if I were to send an email with every flaw of that multi-tool, the text would be two pages long.