Great combo, Wes love the Red Cross Charge for sure
Day 16 continued:Needed to take down a satellite dish but the poor wrench on the Wenger just wasn’t up to the task, so out came the PST!(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Hope th eceiling fan install goes great and great carry today
Great view Have a great week and hope it all goes well
So guys, we are over and a half weeks into this now how are the discontinued tools handling your tasks are they doing as good as the newer, improved versions or are they dated and you can tell that they need updating I have used mine a bit here and there and have always found that some of the older designs are just as good now as they were when they were in production I am sure there are problems with some of them but on the flip side, some of the ones that aren't discontinued have problems that need updating as well Love to hear everyone's thought
Poncho, one thing came into my mind last night about the old tools is the way better space usage, not only regarding the number of tools but the size for example of the mainblade.compare a Blast blade to a Rebar one. not only is it larger but thicker and less flexible (feels better).Bad example in that point are the swisstools where the blades are so short compared to the handle lenght.Thats why I still love the Pulse and Blast, awesome tool size for the bulk.In the newer Juice they shortened the blade even more...