Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: EDC a different SAK every day for 30 days #3 - Minimal Challenge - 74mm Metal« Last post by Thunderpants on Today at 10:18:08 PM »
Congratulations on your birthday!
« Last post by Thunderpants on Today at 10:17:00 PM »
+ 1 to Steinars list.
They could call it the Victorinox Nerd!
(Though that technician's screwdriver is such an essential - try doing anything with the lighting in your home without one - that it is a total riddle why Victorinox treats it like an exotic tool, banishing it to strange places like the backside of a Huntsman Lite. It's a 100x more useful than the Ken&Barbie chisel on the back of my Mountaineer Lite!)
hopefully next week. ashamed to say that i ran out of beans
Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: EDC a different SAK every day for 30 days #3 - Minimal Challenge - 74mm Metal« Last post by Syem on Today at 10:15:40 PM »
I have the same issues with Ricardo. I think I bought maybe five or six items there but most of them turned out very expensive because of all the IBAN/BIC fees/surcharges.
That's what i grudge, i'm no banker but i'm pretty sure the money is sent electronically, a few taps on a keyboard and its gone, it's not that there are mules packed with money filled saddle bags going from bank to bank, so £10 to type 20 or so digits and hit send...i'm in the wrong jobAgreed! These bankers never have enough...
Seriously though I could make the payment for you guys if there's a gem you manage to snipe. I'll accept a PayPal transfer from you guys. I hate PayPal but I've resigned myself... Seriously feel free if you see something you like on Ricardo. I've bought most of my treasures on there
Greetings Alox fans,
Today is my birthday. Happily, two vintage authorized dealer stickers that I bought from a seller in Germany arrived in the mail today. And also by happy coincidence, so did two sweet Alox beauties that I bought from the sales corner here. A big shout out of thanks to MT.O. member zrxoa1 for timing this so well. ;-)
The cool thing about the stickers is that I had one of these that a dealer in Switzerland gave me when I bought an 84 mm Golfer at his shop in 1988. I stuck it to the rear door of an old Land Rover, and a zillion years later I restored my Land Rover, so that sticker is gone. Fun to have found a pair of new ones just like it all these years later. I think I will use one on the Land Rover again...
So this is how I get to spend my birthday today!
Kind regards to all,
« Last post by Steinar on Today at 10:03:26 PM »
Keycap ejector (to remove the old keycap when replacing with a new one on a keyboard) (the screwdriver works fine, but whatever...)
SIM card ejector (while we wait for software SIMs)
Inline technician's screwdriver, I want it back!
A joint venture with Lego somehow incorporating the functions of their brick separating tool
Sounds like there's room for more CyberTool editions
« Last post by Frank Hackenberger on Today at 09:59:44 PM »
funny that I should see this topic here today, I just realised yesterday there is a store near me that I haven't checked out!
we have a big box store that carries outdoors stuff and they have a medium selection of SAKs and MTs but now I know of an industrial supply store that potentially carries a lot more stock.
i'm not confident that I will buy any from them though.. I seem to find better prices and availability online. the only thing I find cheaper locally is sheaths for some reason.
« Last post by David on Today at 09:56:50 PM »