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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by David on Today at 08:49:51 PM »
2 Acorn Barlow and a Remington Dogleg Stockman


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Barlow and a Stockman is a great combo!     :tu:
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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by David on Today at 08:44:40 PM »
Mercator K55K.
I always liked it but now I decided to EDC it. (Image removed from quote.)

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Gadget Freak and EDC Forum / Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
« Last post by kkokkolis on Today at 08:36:07 PM »
Lighter picture with Smartwa-tch screen off.

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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by kkokkolis on Today at 08:32:38 PM »
Pretty cool looking. Looks like it could be a handy EDC.
Yes, it's super thin, compared to an Opi, same as Douk Douk and Spyderco.

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New Member Forum / Re: Hello from UK
« Last post by Poncho65 on Today at 08:17:20 PM »
Welcome to :MTO:  :cheers: yes, we have plenty of UK based members  :tu: :like:
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Really old ones don't have it at all.

I’m sure mine has at least one as I did use the corkscrew one time. I just don’t recall if there were 2 slots.
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Leatherman Tools / Re: Rev Owners Club.
« Last post by Poncho65 on Today at 08:02:35 PM »
Great catch,  Adam  :tu: :like:
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Outdoor Tech / Re: Reusable hand Warmers??
« Last post by Tasky on Today at 07:50:48 PM »
One issue for equatorial and southern hemisphere region is the sun is stronger than european/ North American
Sun? What's that?
I'm from the UK... where The Sun is nothing more than a tabloid newspaper! :D

Can you not get a separate solar charger that just has the solar panel, and thus charge the hand-warmer/battery bank somewhere out of any direct sunlight... maybe inside a backpack, with just the lead going out to the solar panel?
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Outdoor Tech / Re: Reusable hand Warmers??
« Last post by Vidar on Today at 07:38:23 PM »
Brynje is very nice but also expensive - even in Norway. More on the work side wool fleece tends to work well and is far less expensive. (And will from experience surround weld droplets that goes through your outer layers in melted wool balls. Much preferable to them being stuck in melted skin instead).

Personally I raided New Zealand for lots Icebreaker stuff some 15 years ago or so. Back then they were half price to the Norwegian ones, and I liked them better than the alternatives back home at that time. So I filled my luggage with those and some Australian wool socks. I still consider that a most successful shopping spree. The tops are still in regular use, while the long johns got replaced by some Swedish and Norwegian stuff some years ago.

Anyway, how hard can it be to make a heating element that can plug into any common power bank or USB plug? (Or cell phone for that matter). It wont keep you alive in cold as such, but it might provide a bit of comfort to hands or feet for a while.
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Leatherman Tools / Re: Rev Owners Club.
« Last post by Adam5 on Today at 07:31:08 PM »
It appears that Home Depot will no longer be carrying Leatherman products. When checking to see if the prices for Leatherman MTs had gone up $10 at the HD web site, I saw that no Leatherman MTs were available, and there was no reference to the Wave+ and the Rev, which are sold in HD stores. So, while in a local HD today, I saw that they had reduced the price for the Rev to $19.99. Lucky for me, they had one left:



No Waves were available, which is no surprise. Much of the time this store had none anyway.
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