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Favourites tools 904

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Favourites tools
« on: April 29, 2013, 09:41:15 AM »
I love polls. I think it is a good way to make recommendations for a tool. I'm planning to start a poll with no more than 10 tools in each category. Before I decide which tools to include in each category, I'd like you guys to add any tools you think deserves a place in the top 10. I'll start......
My favourite key chain tool:
Micra, Style, Style CS, Style PS, Squirt S4, Squirt P4, Squirt PS4, Gerber Dime, SAK Classic, SAK Manager
My favourite pocket sized tool:
Juice S2, Juice CS4, Skeletool CX, Freestyle, SAK Cadet, SAK Tinker, SAK Farmer, SAK Climber
My favourite full size tool for use:
Wave, Rebar, Super Tool 300, Surge (2013 model), Spirit, Swisstool, SAK Swiss Champ
My favourite full size tool to admire:
Charge TTi, Spirit RT
As you can see I need loads of suggestions for the last category.
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Re: Favourites tools
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2013, 10:48:38 AM »
think you have most of them covered there, my favourites are all there  :tu:
1 swisschamp
2 spirit
3 wave
4 vic Farmer

none of the above are quite 'perfect', and some of the others you've listed are pretty good   :salute:
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Re: Favourites tools
« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2013, 10:57:34 AM »
Keychain
Lm Micra
Lm-s4
Main edc
Swisschamp
Modded kick
Lightweight option
P4
Vic tinker
Maxpedition organizer
Charge ti
Cooltool
Heavy duty work
Surge
At home
PST
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Re: Favourites tools
« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2013, 11:57:06 AM »
You could add SOG CrossGrip, CrossCut and LM Crunch to your poll options.

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Re: Favourites tools
« Reply #4 on: April 29, 2013, 12:10:17 PM »
Hummm.  I'd be tempted to split your " full size tool for use" category in two; some of those tools are in the 4" group and some are 4 1/2", makes a big difference in my head.  So I'd classify the Vic Spirit and the Swisstool as being in different classes.

anyway, off the top of my head I'd suggest;

keychain.
Micra, PS4, Dime, Vic Rambler.

Pocket.
LM Juice Sc2, Gerber Octane, Vic Compact.

Full sized (4").
Gerber MP400/450, Vic Spirit, LM Pulse.

Full sized (4 1/2").
LM Supertool 200, Gerber MP600.

These are just ones that I know and love and would happily recommend to others.  Lots of other good suggestions have already been made I think. :tu:


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Re: Favourites tools
« Reply #5 on: April 29, 2013, 12:26:25 PM »
Ooh, forgot about tools to admire.

LM Crunch for it's engineering plus any of the Spirits for their ergonomics, aesthetics and fit & finish. 8)

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Re: Favourites tools
« Reply #6 on: April 29, 2013, 04:32:14 PM »
Not sure if this counts as keychain or pocket, but the Executive is a good SAK.

Also for pocket, I would add the Explorer (or Yeoman), Juice KF4 and Alox Pioneer for those who don't need the Farmer's saw.

For use I would say you have that covered, at least for what I consider users for me. 

As for admiration, I agree with the couple you have.  I would say any of the Swisstools would qualify as they are rather easy on the eyes.  I would add the PST/PSTII for the classic Leatherman look and simplistic design.  It's hard for me not to pick up my PSTII and admire/fiddle with it :D  I would also say it could qualify under the pocket carry category as it's very pocketable imo. 
« Last Edit: April 29, 2013, 05:29:05 PM by Monrogue »

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Re: Favourites tools
« Reply #7 on: April 29, 2013, 04:51:53 PM »
SAKs ,too many to mention,but SuperTinker,557 and Astronaut be near the top of the list.

Keyring tools:Dime,Squirt P4,Rambler

Full sized:Spirit,SwissTool and Pulse...Fuse and MP400 not too far behind

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