« Last post by JustinCase on Today at 11:03:38 PM »
Hm, I suspect I'll be a silent member of the Charge club, because after fondling it, fidgeting with it for a day now, I have to accept it's just not for me. I have relatively small hands, and the Charge is just a bit too bulky, bit too large, bit too boxy for me. Although it's nicely rounded and everything, for my hand it's just hotspot upon hotspot when I'm operating, holding it, it's just not comfortable, and if it's not comfortable, you don't have the full confidence to use it as intended.
It's a pity, because I really like the concept, the toolset, the form factor, but such is life. I can only wish that one day Leatherman introduces something like the Wave/Charge in a smaller size. They won't, but one can dream.
Anyway, I'll just wrap this tool in cotton and mothballs and put it away in the hope that in a few years I'll be able to sell it as a collector's item or trade it for something nice.
Showing RETIRED on LM website so might as well put it away
« Last post by zoidberg on Today at 11:02:29 PM »
The list is now up to 36.
Thanks to everybody for contributing.
I've gotten a lot of very thoughtful nominations from MTo members who have wanted to nominate another member for being a kind person, or contributing to the forum, or being helpful. Just goes to show how small acts of kindness don't go unnoticed!
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Oh snap, was I suppose to write why I nominated them as well?
« Last post by badwolf on Today at 10:53:06 PM »
This has been sold...did anyone here buy it.
« Last post by Don Pablo on Today at 10:49:01 PM »
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« Last post by SteveC on Today at 10:44:55 PM »
We have a flashlight forum right here
« Last post by Gareth on Today at 10:44:55 PM »
I’d say molle had fun, until she saw the tub filling up, lol..
We used to live in a old coal mining town, and I would take our dog for walks in the woods, only problem was the trails were black all from the coal but sooo soft on the feet, it was like walking on pillows, once there was a puddle and he started walking through it then sunk, he ran back scared and looked at it then ran full force through it litterly sinking up to his back, I thought it was great, that was until he came out black! I mean a golden retriever turned black but that’s not the worst of it, all the grit got under his fur, I had to carry him upstairs cause the Mrs wouldn’t let him walk through the house, and when I started cleaning him the freaking tub ran BLACK! So not only did I have to clean him I had to fully bleach the tub!
Yikes! I think I'll count my blessings it's just gritty, clayey mud.
« Last post by badwolf on Today at 10:40:32 PM »
« Last post by Fuzzbucket on Today at 10:39:38 PM »
Ha ha ha, you got banned from Candlepower Forums!!!
From what you've said, sounds like they've been extremely uptight, unhelpful and unwelcoming to me... not to mention unfriendly. Stay here, it's much better anyway... and safer.
Keep the Unworkable working!