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Let's see those translucent scales!

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dk Offline Thomas DK

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Re: Let's see those translucent scales!
Reply #300 on: June 21, 2020, 05:28:50 PM
Very nice! That also has to be the first Cybertool 41/L with an ad that I have seen. Michelin is also quite fitting. Seems that what the CT41 has on board should be good for a lot of small automotive repairs.

My Cybertool 34/M unfortunately doesn't have the cool translucent scales. Originally, it came fitted with dark green solid scales advertising the University of Miami. I suspect they gave them to their IT department or something. Those were warped, so I changed them for some spare red ones I had.
I think these are the original scales, as the knife is almost unused.
Maybe a gift to the staff, or a prize from a competition?
And yes this could be a good tool for car Electronic and small jobs :)

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dk Offline Thomas DK

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Re: Let's see those translucent scales!
Reply #301 on: June 21, 2020, 09:46:32 PM
Sorry, I got it wrong. The model is a 34(M), there are some different cybertools after all.. 4 i difrent i belive

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us Offline RoccoT.31

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Re: Let's see those translucent scales!
Reply #302 on: July 13, 2021, 09:19:45 PM
Some of my knifes,, All of my translucent knives

Green translucent.       - Huntsman
Sapphire                        - Compact((my work EDC))
Neon Green (twin set) ‐ Spartan
Sky High                        - Classic SD
Red Translucent           - Swissmemory 2GB


cz Offline z1913

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Re: Let's see those translucent scales!
Reply #303 on: November 23, 2021, 09:22:49 AM
My daughter has red translucent Huntsman and I was not very impressed with those scales - felt somehow gimmicky to me. So when I ordered  cybertool  34 in sapphire blue I thought I will immediately replace them with some solid ones.
But how wrong I was!!! The sapphire translucent are beautiful. When a sun shines on them they look magnificent. All the pictures don’t do any justice to them - you really need to see them in person.
Current SAKs:
58mm - Rambler, Alox Minichamp, SwissLite
84mm - Waiter, Alox Bantam, Excelsior, Tourist
91mm - Cybertool M, Swisschamp, Compact
93mm - Harvester
111mm - Forester Wood, Tradesman
other - Baker's, Floral


us Offline Farmer X

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Re: Let's see those translucent scales!
Reply #304 on: November 24, 2021, 01:17:17 AM
You really need to see them in person.
:iagree:

I may replace the scales on my red Climber with translucent ones. Meanwhile, here's a ruby Spartan with a logo.

 
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One to four layers of SAK is (usually) best for me.

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Re: Let's see those translucent scales!
Reply #305 on: November 24, 2021, 04:24:22 AM
Here’s a set.
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