The Center-Drive Plus offers uncompromising performance through revolutionary design, now optimized for weapons maintenance. The innovative center-axis driver opens to align like a real screw driver, yielding maximum torque and rotation. No productivity is sacrificed with the addition of a 30% longer outboard blade and one-thumb opening sliding jaws. Full size, real tools - the multi-tool just got a reality check. New to the Plus is the addition of much-requested scissors, tumble-finished tools, and a premium leather sheath.DETAILS:Closed Length: 4.7Open Length: 6.6”Weight” 9.5ozOne-Thumb Opening SystemSpring-Loaded Needlenose Pliers with X-Channel Rail SystemRotatable Carbide Wire Cutters & StrippersFull-Size 3.25” Partially Serrated BladeMagnetic 3.2” Center-Axis Bit DriverPry Bar w/ Nail Puller & Bottle OpenerSerrated BladeAwl, FileMagnetic Flathead and Phillips BitsSpring-Loaded Scissors
And yet when LM paints something a different color everyone clamors for it. Personally I like having scissors on a multitool, and I see this as adding a function without losing anything since it still retains both serrated and straight blades. They have increased the function without having to redesign the tool.That qualifies as some pretty decent refining in my mind.Def
The sheath looks nice!Sent fra min FRD-L09 via Tapatalkquote]Absolutely!
Around 15th minute it starts "widely received as one of the best MTs"
They didn't improve the plier head with that crazy carbide cutters
I hated the marketing too.
Quote from: Mechanickal on January 22, 2019, 09:01:57 PMI hated the marketing too.
I dont have a CD but the addition of scissor is a plus. The combo blade on a MT is not a deal breaker for me YMMV, tho yes I do prefer a PE. Most carry a primary blade and for those who dont the serrated part is nice for some material. The cutters are a problem y'all prefer 154cm? I didn't follow the CD as closely as some. What I do like is that Gerber seems to have listened. I also really like the looks of that sheath, again seems Gerber listened. Not bad for a second iteration.