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Cheap and Cheerful (or otherwise!) / Re: Strange but interesting MT
« Last post by Chako on Today at 01:20:48 AM »
Not sure. The older one has a more streamlined form to it which I like. The version 2 does pack one extra tool, and does include a pocket clip. Still like the first though as its shape is perfect for the pocket.
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Leatherman Tools / Re: * Supertool Saturday *
« Last post by David on Today at 01:17:06 AM »
Yea STS! Good pics Steve and Poncho.   :like:      :like:
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Edged Tools / Re: Fools of April Buck 110 challenge
« Last post by zrxoa1 on Today at 01:09:26 AM »
It punched thru that can far easier than I expected!!

Haha!!


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Watch it! / Tissot PRC 200.
« Last post by Chako on Today at 01:00:13 AM »
I wasn't looking for another watch. Heaven knows I need another one like I would need an extra hole in the head. However, when I walked into one of the local pawn shops and spied this Tissot box, I couldn't help but ask a few questions. I quickly found out that the previous owner got it as a gift and the he never used it. I never owned a Tissot before...and the price appears ok for a brand spanking watch that dated to 2012. I took it home with me.  :facepalm:

The box did its job. It got my attention. Yeah, I know I am easy.  :whistle:


Hmm...what is this hidden in the back?


Now that is cool. A 2012 Tissot catalog and a separate book telling of the history of the watch brand. Way cool.


Opening the box, the watch is revealed. I also found two somewhat hidden compartments on each side of the watch that held even more paperwork. The top lid still has the included black felt watch pouch.


This one has a nice uncomplicated watch face.


I checked to see if there were any included links as I tend to always have to add a few for my largish wrists. Nothing. With trepidation, I tried it one...and it fits me perfectly! At that moment I knew I was doomed. The watch still has its protective film installed.


Yes, I do like my first Tissot a lot.


I don't think I went wrong for the asking price of $150 Canadian.
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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by Sparky415 on Today at 12:56:42 AM »

Todays
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A crafty person could do a lot with that wood.  :tu: :tu:

It will end up as targets in this thread at the end of August  :tu:
https://forum.multitool.o...76664.msg1717397.html#new


Crafty  ;)

Added in red the bit I missed out  ::)


 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)        :like:   Tony if you keep posting pics like those I might get on a plane to England so have fun with axes. I'd bring over a bunch of axes with me, but they might not let me on the plane. I can see the people at the airport if I came walking in with a Puget Sound 12 1/2" double bit axe with a 36 " handle.    :D

 :rofl:
You would be very welcome David with or without an axe, I'm sure we can find a spare tent between us  :tu:

And I need someone to teach me! There's a big pile of misses just out of view  ::)

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Edged Tools / Re: Noa's fixed blade challenge
« Last post by Noa Isumi on Today at 12:49:08 AM »
Day22
I was out and about came across some crushed concrete and thought it would make a good shot
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Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: The Heritage Club.
« Last post by Chako on Today at 12:45:06 AM »
Here are a few older photos of both the Victorinox and the Wenger.












































Bonus shots...




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Cheap and Cheerful (or otherwise!) / Re: Strange but interesting MT
« Last post by Sam Lim on Today at 12:42:15 AM »
Hey Chako! Since u have the 1st GEN Switch pliers here, do you think there's an improvement on the 2.0 over this?
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General Tool Discussion / Re: Pabloing a little GAW from Pabs
« Last post by Fuzzbucket on Today at 12:32:56 AM »
You betch ya, it takes real skills to spraypaint underwater!
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