Thank you for posting that tool. It is quite unique for sure. I haven't seen a folding plier fixed- adjustable yet. I just ordered one.
where did you find them? Looks like a worthy replacement for my Piranha (Image removed from quote.)thanks
Thanks for posting this tool, Yadda!It is very well constructed for the price point. Big blade, very nice plier head and decent wrench. The file leaves a lot to be desired, but works.It almost feels like a $20+ tool. I'm happy. I would say it is a solid 8/10 for value. Well worth buying for the price point. Edit: I weighedit in at 8.920oz. So, basically 9oz. It is still a good weight for what you get. TP,Let me know if you can't find one that will ship to you and I'll order one and send it your way.
I attended Master classes at the Gregoz School for the Enabling and Proliferation of Multi Tools.
O.K. I know this is just an engineering mishap(forgot an extension stop) and doesn't hurt the tool as a whole, but I can't stop laughing.
Quote from: Yadda on July 28, 2018, 05:19:56 AMI attended Master classes at the Gregoz School for the Enabling and Proliferation of Multi Tools. And graduated with honours (with a specialty of old and odd-ball MTs) I'm happy to say, thus joining a not very exclusive band of enablers that seem to lurk almost everywhere on MTo.
Definitely worth $16, TP! I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
It looks very cool. How much play is in the adjustable wrench? I bought a $10 clone of the Jeep MultiTool off ebay that has the adjustable wrench & was not too happy with it. The bit holder wouldn't come out unless pulled by pliers & the lower jaw of adjustable wrench was very loose. I like this design better, & the price, how does it do loosening medium to large bolts? Can you post a video demonstration?