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What is the optimal number of layers for a one piece tool?

um Offline Mr. Whippy

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Seriously, it might be pretty sparse here.

I wouldn't mind seeing what else is out there besides Atwoods, and the PocketWrench, though...


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Re: What is the optimal number of layers for a one piece tool?
Reply #1 on: October 08, 2009, 05:24:54 PM
What else can be classified as a one piece tool that has numerous layers? I can't think of any?  :think:

There are some other cool tools that you guys may not know about:

Mini Rhino Pry
Pry Knife

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Re: What is the optimal number of layers for a one piece tool?
Reply #2 on: October 08, 2009, 08:42:38 PM
Let me see, since this is Keychain as well as one piece (which I over looked) let me see what I have that qualifies as that.

Swiss Tech Utilikey
Swiss Tech Micro Tech
Swiss Tech Micro Plus
SeberTech T5
Sebertech T7 (had the T10 but just gave it to Gadget Guy, said he loves it  :D)
Gerber Clutch
Leatherman Micra
Leatherman Squirt S4
SOG Crosscut (TiNi)
SOG Crossgrip

Think that's it, does not include vic or wenger stuff. You guys got any cool stuff that's not one piece?


 

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