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Your favorite small sized multitool

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us Offline ChopperCharles

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Re: Your favorite small sized multitool
Reply #60 on: May 16, 2019, 04:55:27 PM
Also, the stanley branded tools appear to have less polishing. The teeth on the jaws are more sharply defined, and my tool doesn't have the text on the phillips driver.

Charles.


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Re: Your favorite small sized multitool
Reply #61 on: January 11, 2023, 02:50:37 PM
I've tried a lot of them and my favorites are

1.  Micra, the keychain multitool that has stood the test of time
2.  SAK Classic SD paired with a Nite Ize  Doohickey.

The SAK Doohickey pairing has similar functionality to the Micra more or less, and weighs less.



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Re: Your favorite small sized multitool
Reply #62 on: January 11, 2023, 03:00:22 PM
Probably going to catch some hate but as much as I love SAKs, they wouldn't be my first choice in a small tool. That honor (or horror) would go to my Gerber Dime. Sure it's not the best or the prettiest, but it has all the tools I might need during the day and I don't mind abusing it a little. Both of mine have many miles on them and refuse to give up. To paraphrase Dirty Harry; a tool's got to know it's limitations. I know the Dime's and still carry it ;)
"Never pick a fight with an old man. If he's too old to fight, he'll just kill you."


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Re: Your favorite small sized multitool
Reply #63 on: January 11, 2023, 10:40:02 PM
Probably going to catch some hate but as much as I love SAKs, they wouldn't be my first choice in a small tool. That honor (or horror) would go to my Gerber Dime. Sure it's not the best or the prettiest, but it has all the tools I might need during the day and I don't mind abusing it a little. Both of mine have many miles on them and refuse to give up. To paraphrase Dirty Harry; a tool's got to know it's limitations. I know the Dime's and still carry it ;)

 :iagree:
I actually carry a Rambler but used to carry a Dime and always liked it too....think we're in the minority though Charlie
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