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Quote from: jonon9 on October 29, 2018, 03:28:55 PMThe Handyman was my very first SAK (Image removed from quote.)Looks great! Did you do the scales yourself?
Hi everyoneI had posted my query in another thread, but just realised this could be the more appropriate thread. I need help in identifying this slightly older SAK. Based on SAKWiki, the layered tools seem to point this to the Handyman. However, it does not have a hook and I don’t recall it came with a mini-screwdriver.Is this an older Handyman model, and if so, can you guys help point when this model was sold? Interestingly, the cockscrew is grooved.Thanks in advance for your inputs.Best, Firetower
While the Swiss Champ is slightly larger than is ideal for comfort and dexterity in the hand, I find the Handyman to fit perfectly in hand and allow for good purchase on the tool while using it. It really has about everything you need and excludes the niche tools like fish scaler and magnifying glass. Plus-scales standard would be a plus ( ).
Interesting that others have that feeling as well. The difference in size and weight may be subtle, but as EDCs Handyman/Champion/CT 34 still feel "right" (but only just) whereas Swisschamp/CT Lite/CT41 all are ever so slightly over the top, at least imho.