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Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club

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Reply #120 on: August 03, 2019, 09:36:20 AM
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #121 on: August 03, 2019, 03:04:58 PM
Hello everyone.This is my first post in this forum.
I will respect your active discussions and wonderful collection.
I am not good at English. So when I write something strange or rude, I don’t mean that. Please don’t get angry just laugh out.

I also love Mr. Pinchy very much. I have been collecting these charming tools in Japan.
Now, I will show you summary of my collection.

NOTICE
@ This table only depends on my own Mr. Pinchies. It doesn’t take into account any forum members collection. Of course it doesn’t include all of products in the world.
@ I lined up the materials according to my arbitrary judgment. I’m not sure it is correct order.
@ I chose these tool part name selfishly. Please tell me the proper name.
@ Any errors and omissions are my fault.

In making this table, I received many suggestions from this forum.
Thank you very much.
I hope this helps you and this forum.

Wooooaaaa! :o
Fantastic work in Pincheology, hiraboo! :salute:

Thank you so much for putting that all together, and sharing your knowledge, and collection! You're English reads well!  :)

Welcome to MT.o, hiraboo! :cheers:

Mr. Pinchy is an all-time favorite of mine. I am looking forward to looking at my Pinchy assortment this evening and noting the evolution of Mr. Pinchy with your charts and info!

Thank you again, and great first post! :like:
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #122 on: August 04, 2019, 04:01:44 AM
Wooooaaaa! :o
Fantastic work in Pincheology, hiraboo! :salute:

Thank you so much for putting that all together, and sharing your knowledge, and collection! You're English reads well!  :)

Welcome to MT.o, hiraboo! :cheers:

Mr. Pinchy is an all-time favorite of mine. I am looking forward to looking at my Pinchy assortment this evening and noting the evolution of Mr. Pinchy with your charts and info!

Thank you again, and great first post! :like:

What he said ^   :tu:  :tu:  :tu:  :salute:
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #123 on: August 04, 2019, 03:28:32 PM
Thank you for your friendly and kindly response ;)
I'm very happy these data may help you.

If you tell me more information about your lovely Pinchies, I will be grad to add that in this charts and remake :salute:


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #124 on: August 04, 2019, 04:17:26 PM
If you're interested, here's a break-down of Mr Pinchies I did back in 2014:

https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,48158.msg928733.html#msg928733
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #125 on: August 05, 2019, 04:21:33 PM
If you're interested, here's a break-down of Mr Pinchies I did back in 2014:

https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,48158.msg928733.html#msg928733

Oh, yes I read that. I found your post on Google. I have read that many times using English/Japanese dictionary.
I was tremendously influenced by that, and made up my mind to break-out Mr.Pincy.
So almost every idea and method I have adopted is in your(or Bob's) post.I just applied archievements of this forum!


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #126 on: August 05, 2019, 07:24:54 PM
Not sure if these will help any, but here are the Pinchy tools I have currently.

V1.0 -FPR, V1.1 -BO, V1.2, V.2.0 -BO, and V.2.0.




V.3/V.4 Factory Hybrid(still retains awl and has V3 pliers with V4.0 pat. stamp), Fiskars Branded version(with awl and file), V4.1, V4.1 -BO, and V4.1(with large pliers pivot).




V5 BN and V5 NN.





I am still not sure why the V.3 is just a variant of the V.2. Why does a pliers pivot change garner a complete version designation?  :think:

IMO, the designations should stop at 4. V.1.X being the ones with the old style "Gerber" on the tool side of the handles, V2.X being the ones with the old style "Gerber" on the pliers side of the handles, V.3.X being the ones with the standard style "Gerber" on the tool side of the handles and updated nut/bolt tool-end contruction, and finally the V.4 being the ones with riveted pliers mounts.
Just a suggestion, as the current'y utilized designations are overly complex and needs revision in my opinion.



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Proposal of Version designations be simplified to these, with variations applied to ".X". This is not my original designation idea, but was a system I remember from another thread.
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #127 on: August 07, 2019, 06:57:31 AM
Beautiful great collection gerleatherman! And you are very good at taking photos!!

I think I can put your tools in photos like that.
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #128 on: August 07, 2019, 07:13:23 AM
Beautiful great collection gerleatherman! And you are very good at taking photos!!

I think I can put your tools in photos like that.

親切な言葉をありがとう、そしてそれらをチャート内に配置してくれてありがとう、hiraboo! :cheers:

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Thank you for the kind words, and thank you for placing them within the chart, hiraboo!  :cheers:
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #129 on: August 23, 2019, 06:53:52 AM
Amazing :o
I didn't know that Japanese characters could be displayed.
Translation into Japanese is perfect :tu: Thank you, gerleatherberman!
( May I call you GLBM like others do? )

I agree with GLBM’s opinion about Version designnations.
I’ll provide reference materials about plier jaws.
These are  some pictures when I cleaned up my Pinchys.

Now I’m revisioning my chart with new data  :think:
Please wait a little longer.
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #130 on: August 23, 2019, 08:48:40 PM
Amazing :o
I didn't know that Japanese characters could be displayed.
Translation into Japanese is perfect :tu: Thank you, gerleatherberman!
( May I call you GLBM like others do? )

I agree with GLBM’s opinion about Version designnations.
I’ll provide reference materials about plier jaws.
These are  some pictures when I cleaned up my Pinchys.

Now I’m revisioning my chart with new data  :think:
Please wait a little longer.
Most definitely, sir! :cheers:

Do you have a preference to be addressed as, or is hiraboo fine? :)

Looking forward to seeing more of your work!  :popcorn:

The Pinchy identification system you've created is excellent so far! :like:
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #131 on: August 26, 2019, 06:44:55 AM
Most definitely, sir! :cheers:

Do you have a preference to be addressed as, or is hiraboo fine? :)

Looking forward to seeing more of your work!  :popcorn:

The Pinchy identification system you've created is excellent so far! :like:

Thank you for looking forward to it, GLBM :cheers:
Please call me as you like. (except “Sweetheart” :D)

Well, A revised version chart is available.

CHANGES
Positioned new items ( red sample No. ) include collection of GLBM. Thank you very much.
Fixed some component names according to the manual.
   e.g.  plier head → pliers, awl → utility blade

I know you feel something uncomfortable around the V2 section :dunno:
Please consider this work incomplete.
I want to research more data and revise this chart over time :think:
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #132 on: August 26, 2019, 08:54:17 AM
ありがとう、ヒラブー!  :cheers:

チャートはよく見えます。ガーバーがマルチプライヤーで何回反復したかは驚くべきことです。  :o

彼らは間違いなく、新しいモデルで既存の部品を無駄にしないようにしました。  :)


Fiskarsブランドの例をチャートに組み込むことを検討しましたか?
それは間違いなくプロジェクトを複雑にしますが、Fiskarsブランドでマルチプライヤーを製造するという決定は常に私を魅了しました。


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Thank you, Hilaboo! :cheers:

The chart looks good. It's amazing how many times Gerber repeated it with a multiplier. :o

They definitely tried not to waste existing parts with the new models. :)


Have you considered incorporating Fiskars brand examples into your charts?
It definitely complicates the project, but the decision to manufacture multipliers under the Fiskars brand has always fascinated me.
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #133 on: August 27, 2019, 06:49:40 AM
Thank you, GLBM!
Yes, my name is ヒラブー :angel:

>They definitely tried not to waste existing parts with the new models. 

I think these words accurately represent the facts. And I see you respect GERBER and its employees. They will be proud to have such a great fan  :woohoo:

I will do my best to realize your proposal about FISKARS brand example.
I’m sorry I don’t have FISKARS brand one. So please give me detailed information.

I saw your previous post↓

https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,74830.msg1887382.html#msg1887382

The tip angle of utility blade (awl) looks sharper than the others.
Is there anything difference ???


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #134 on: September 01, 2019, 11:52:01 AM
Thank you, GLBM!
Yes, my name is ヒラブー :angel:

>They definitely tried not to waste existing parts with the new models. 

I think these words accurately represent the facts. And I see you respect GERBER and its employees. They will be proud to have such a great fan  :woohoo:

I will do my best to realize your proposal about FISKARS brand example.
I’m sorry I don’t have FISKARS brand one. So please give me detailed information.

I saw your previous post↓

https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,74830.msg1887382.html#msg1887382

The tip angle of utility blade (awl) looks sharper than the others.
Is there anything difference ???

すみません、ひらぼう

このスレッドからのメール通知を見逃していました。 Fiskarsをすぐに入手し、バージョン2のマルチプライヤーの1つと共に詳細な写真を撮ります。

親切な言葉もありがとう!

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Sorry, hiraboo

I had missed the email notice from this thread. I will get the Fiskars out soon and take some more detailed photos alongside one of the version 2 multi pliers.

Thank you for the kind words as well!
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #135 on: September 02, 2019, 06:33:19 AM
Sorry, hiraboo

I had missed the email notice from this thread. I will get the Fiskars out soon and take some more detailed photos alongside one of the version 2 multi pliers.

Thank you for the kind words as well!

No problem, GLBM  :tu:
Please when you have time :)

By the way,

I purchased the FIRST PRODUCTION RUN model with box, cloth sheath and instructions on ebay.
As I wrote above, to revise my charts, I read FPR instructions for the first time.
( We usually don’t read the instructions very often, do we? :D )

Maybe someone pointed out this before, but I want to mention it again.

FPR have a scissors. But in the instructions, there is how to pull out UTILITY BLADE/ALTERNATE COMPONENT. :o
Moving on to the next chapter, there is the word “scissors/file”.
I had thought that they changed alternate component depending on demand, user request, or cost. Now I came up with the idea that they were thinking about producing three different models from beginning.
As if there are various models in MP600.

Wait, in case of Mr. Pinchy, all models have a common serial number.
Regardless of the ALTERNATE COMPONENT, I think all silver models have #55800 and all black models have #55860. ???

Hmm, I found a little mystery. :ahhh
But it’s fun to imagine all about Mr. Pinchy and the people who made it. ;)

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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #136 on: September 02, 2019, 02:27:57 PM
Wait, in case of Mr. Pinchy, all models have a common serial number.
Regardless of the ALTERNATE COMPONENT, I think all silver models have #55800 and all black models have #55860. ???

Hmm, I found a little mystery. :ahhh
But it’s fun to imagine all about Mr. Pinchy and the people who made it. ;)

I have a couple of older Mr Pinchies still NIB

Gerber printed it as "ITEM NO. 55800" (stainless) and "ITEM NO. 55860" (black) on my boxes

I think it is better regarded as a part number or item number rather than an individual serial number.  A part number is shared with all the other tools that are the same model, whereas a serial number is usually unique to each individual example of the tool (and incremented by 1 as each tool is made).  Perhaps it is a language/nomenclature confusion ?

Thanks for the images of the instructions, it is quite useful in showing the difference between the MP600 variants that it covered.  It would be nice to see the same for the Fisherman and Cable Cutter variants.
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #137 on: September 03, 2019, 06:17:49 AM
I have a couple of older Mr Pinchies still NIB

Gerber printed it as "ITEM NO. 55800" (stainless) and "ITEM NO. 55860" (black) on my boxes

I think it is better regarded as a part number or item number rather than an individual serial number.  A part number is shared with all the other tools that are the same model, whereas a serial number is usually unique to each individual example of the tool (and incremented by 1 as each tool is made).  Perhaps it is a language/nomenclature confusion ?

Thanks for the images of the instructions, it is quite useful in showing the difference between the MP600 variants that it covered.  It would be nice to see the same for the Fisherman and Cable Cutter variants.

gregozedobe (Let me call you Greg),

Thank you for correcting my mistake. :iagree:

As you say, I should have written “item number” instead of “serial number”. I had misunderstood their meaning. (>_<)
Your explanation is very easy to understand. I appreciate you for teaching me new knowledge!!

( There are many things I don't know about MT. For example, I think "NIB" means "New Item in Box" (;´д`) )

I’m sorry, I have only a few MP600s.
If there is any useful material, I would like to introduce it again!!


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #138 on: September 03, 2019, 06:31:50 AM
No problem, GLBM  :tu:
Please when you have time :)

By the way,

I purchased the FIRST PRODUCTION RUN model with box, cloth sheath and instructions on ebay.
As I wrote above, to revise my charts, I read FPR instructions for the first time.
( We usually don’t read the instructions very often, do we? :D )

Maybe someone pointed out this before, but I want to mention it again.

FPR have a scissors. But in the instructions, there is how to pull out UTILITY BLADE/ALTERNATE COMPONENT. :o
Moving on to the next chapter, there is the word “scissors/file”.
I had thought that they changed alternate component depending on demand, user request, or cost. Now I came up with the idea that they were thinking about producing three different models from beginning.
As if there are various models in MP600.

Wait, in case of Mr. Pinchy, all models have a common serial number.
Regardless of the ALTERNATE COMPONENT, I think all silver models have #55800 and all black models have #55860. ???

Hmm, I found a little mystery. :ahhh
But it’s fun to imagine all about Mr. Pinchy and the people who made it. ;)

FIGURE
   Above - instructions of FPR
   Below - instructions of MP600

ヒラブーの最初のプロダクションで素晴らしい発見!おめでとうございます! :like:

それはあなたが指示で読んでいるクールです。 V1.1BO用に箱を掘り出し、指示を確認する必要があります。確かに、使用しないものに関する指示のみを読んでいます。 :rofl:

確かに、私のすべては同時にアイテム番号も持っています。ステンレスと酸化物。

初期のマルチツール作成に携わった人々についても同じように感じています。彼らは自分たちがしていることについてどのように感じましたか?彼らは仕事を楽しんでいましたか?上司がもっと生産が必要だと言ったとき、彼らは何を思いましたか?等々。 :dd:

ピンチとマルチプライヤー600の手順と、マルチプライヤーの混乱を解決するための努力、ヒラブーを投稿していただきありがとうございます。 :cheers:

ここに私が約束した写真があります。私はまだ新しい電話カメラに精通しているので、彼らが大丈夫であることを願っています。











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Great find with the first production run, hiraboo! Congratulations!

That is cool what you read on the instructions. Will have to dig the box out for my V1.1BO and check the instructions. True, as we only read the instructions on things we won't be using.

Indeed, all of mine have the concurrent item numbers as well. stainless and oxide.

I feel the same way about the people who were involved with early multi tool making. How did they feel about what they were doing? Did they enjoy the job? What went through their mind when the boss said he needed more production? and so on. 

Thank you for posting the instructions for the pinchy and multi plier 600, as well as your efforts in helping sort the multi plier mess out, hiraboo!

Here are the photos I promised. Hope they are OK, as I am still getting acquainted with a new phone camera.
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #139 on: September 03, 2019, 07:54:04 AM
gregozedobe (Let me call you Greg),

Thank you for correcting my mistake. :iagree:

As you say, I should have written “item number” instead of “serial number”. I had misunderstood their meaning. (>_<)
Your explanation is very easy to understand. I appreciate you for teaching me new knowledge!!

( There are many things I don't know about MT. For example, I think "NIB" means "New Item in Box" (;´д`) )


No worries, I'm happy to help a fellow MT enthusiast, and especially one who makes such good contributions to the general MTo knowledge.   :tu:

For me, NIB = "New In Box", similarly "NIC" = New In Clamshell"

If you want more reading on abbreviations and acronyms, have a look here:
https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,2260.150.html

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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #140 on: September 04, 2019, 08:27:17 AM
GLBM,

I feel like climbing up to heaven because of your compliments. (*゚▽゚*)
I hope we can get something new about the early days of this tool!!

Thank you for the detailed photo. You already master the DIGITAL MT (your new phone).
These photos are really helpful. (^o^)
Now I know, when compared, there is no difference about utility blade.
I will incorporate the FISKARS model into the next revision. ٩( ‘ω’ )و

…And I envy you possess it (and of course V1.1 BO). (´ρ`)

Greg,

Thank you for teaching me a lot about abbreviations and acronyms. d(⌒o⌒)b
I was relieved to know that even English-speaking people may need help with abbreviations and acronyms.
By the way, it took me a while to realize that Clamshell means Blister pack.  :think:
(I beg your pardon? MT in a shell like a pearl?  ???)



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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #141 on: September 07, 2019, 03:48:04 PM
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GLBM,

I feel like climbing up to heaven because of your compliments. (*゚▽゚*)
I hope we can get something new about the early days of this tool!!

Thank you for the detailed photo. You already master the DIGITAL MT (your new phone).
These photos are really helpful. (^o^)
Now I know, when compared, there is no difference about utility blade.
I will incorporate the FISKARS model into the next revision. ٩( ‘ω’ )و

…And I envy you possess it (and of course V1.1 BO). (´ρ`)
それが千枚通しの質問を解決するのを助けてくれてうれしいです!

こでの作業に感謝します。多くのメンバーがマルチプライヤーの歴史を整理するために素晴らしい仕事をしましたが、あなたのようにそれを全く示していません。これらの種類のチャートのほとんどは、通常スイスアーミーナイフに関連しています。別の、しかし同じように重要なマルチツール会社であなたがそれをすることに費やした仕事を見てうれしいです。

実際に、最終的にマルチプライヤーのバージョンをしっかりと歴史的に描き、ツールのスタイルや違いのさまざまな理由を確認することもできます。

優しい言葉をありがとう、ひらぼう!新しいチャートを楽しみにしています! :cheers:

V1.1黒色酸化物は、売り手がV1.0の最初の生産ツールで私にペアでそれを販売したので、運の純粋なストロークでした。良い価格も。私はあなたがすぐに1つを見つけると確信しており、フィスカーも同様にブランド化されています。私のFiskarsブランドバージョンが、私のものよりも良い状態にあることを願っています。


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Glad it helped clear up the awl question!
And thank you for your work here. A lot of members have done fine work in getting the history of the Multi Pliers straightened out, but have not quite shown it like you have. Most of those types of charts are usually related to Swiss army knives. Nice to see the work you've put into doing it with a different, yet just as important, multi tool company.

Indeed it will be great to finally have a solid historical depiction of the Multi Pliers versions and possibly even ascertain different reasons for tool styles and differences.

Thank you for the kind words, hiraboo! Looking forward to the new chart!

The V1.1 black oxide was a pure stroke of luck, as the seller sold it as a pair to me with the V1.0 first production tool. Good price as well. I am sure you'll find one soon, and a fiskars branded one as well. I hope your Fiskars branded version is in better condition than mine was to start.
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #142 on: September 11, 2019, 07:30:38 AM
Glad it helped clear up the awl question!
And thank you for your work here. A lot of members have done fine work in getting the history of the Multi Pliers straightened out, but have not quite shown it like you have. Most of those types of charts are usually related to Swiss army knives. Nice to see the work you've put into doing it with a different, yet just as important, multi tool company.

Indeed it will be great to finally have a solid historical depiction of the Multi Pliers versions and possibly even ascertain different reasons for tool styles and differences.

Thank you for the kind words, hiraboo! Looking forward to the new chart!

The V1.1 black oxide was a pure stroke of luck, as the seller sold it as a pair to me with the V1.0 first production tool. Good price as well. I am sure you'll find one soon, and a fiskars branded one as well. I hope your Fiskars branded version is in better condition than mine was to start.

Thank you too for always the kind words. o(´▽`*)/♪

I thought it was more simple job, didn’t expect to be so complicated. <(; ̄ ・ ̄)=3
However, thanks to the achievements of the forum so far, I was not at a loss. It was a lot of fun to research what I liked.
And above all, I'm glad to share my knowledge with friends of the same hobby. (^_^ )
If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.
(Of course, you are one of giants! )

I purchased one Mr. Pinchy on ebay that can be added to the charts.
And fortunately, I find the FISKARS model on Japanese auction! (≧∇≦)
I think you have brought good luck, thank you, GLBM!!
I will start job when they arrive.

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Oh, my GERBER!! This is’t version 6 model…
May I join the “knock-off owners club”?
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #143 on: September 11, 2019, 02:12:58 PM
Thank you too for always the kind words. o(´▽`*)/♪

I thought it was more simple job, didn’t expect to be so complicated. <(; ̄ ・ ̄)=3
However, thanks to the achievements of the forum so far, I was not at a loss. It was a lot of fun to research what I liked.
And above all, I'm glad to share my knowledge with friends of the same hobby. (^_^ )
If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.
(Of course, you are one of giants! )

I purchased one Mr. Pinchy on ebay that can be added to the charts.
And fortunately, I find the FISKARS model on Japanese auction! (≧∇≦)
I think you have brought good luck, thank you, GLBM!!
I will start job when they arrive.

FIGURE
Oh, my GERBER!! This is’t version 6 model…
May I join the “knock-off owners club”?

どういたしまして、私の友人!
ひらブー、お返しに親切な言葉をありがとう! :cheers:

オークションでFiskarsバージョンが見つかりました。趣味が利用可能な買収と一致する場合は常にクールです。 :woohoo:

また、多くの中国製マルチプライヤーのクローンの1つを見つけたのは素晴らしいことです。メモリが適切に機能する場合、Fiskars(Gerber)ライセンスのマルチプライヤーの他のバージョンがいくつかあります。カロライナナイフとツール(4つのスライドネジと鈍ペンチを備えた初期バージョン)、カロライナナイフとツール(2つのスライドネジと2つのリベットネジを備えた最新バージョン)、ウィンチェスターブランドのブリントプライヤーバージョン、ウィンチェスターブランドの釣りツール(スーパーロングジョー-2ネジ)および2つのリベットスライド)、レネゲードブランドの釣りツール(スーパーロングジョー-2つのネジと2つのリベットスライド)、および未知の固定プライヤークローン(グレゴゼドベがチョッパーチャールズから購入したもの)。
クローンは、Carolina Knife and Toolブランドの品種と非常に似ているように見えますが、「ステンレス」としか表示されません。面白い!

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You're certainly welcome, my friend!
And thank you for the kind words in return, hiraboo!

Congrats on finding the Fiskars version at auction. Always cool when hobbies align with available acquisitions.

Great to see you also found one of the many Chinese made clones of the multi plier. If memory serves me correctly, here are a few other versions of the Fiskars(Gerber) licensed multi plier; Carolina Knife and Tool(early version with four slide screws and blunt pliers), Carolina Knife and Tool(later version with two slide screws and two rivet screws), Winchester branded blint pliers version, Winchester branded Fishing tool(super long jaws - 2 screw and 2 rivet slide), Renegade branded Fishing tool(super long jaws - 2 screw and 2 rivet slide), and an unknown fixed plier clone(that gregozedobe bought from ChopperCharles).
Your clone looks to be very similar to the Carolina Knife and Tool branded variety, but it only says "stainless steel". Interesting!
Pontificating particularly pious positions pertaining to polymorphic paraphernalia. G-Man.


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #144 on: September 24, 2019, 06:17:55 AM
A revised version is available. (´∇`)

CHANGE
Positioned new items.
The FISKARS model and No. 073 (V3).

It has become difficult to obtain new materials to add to the chart. ( ·᷄⌓·᷅ ) So, it will take more time for the next revision.
On the other hand, It is my pleasure to think this may be evidence that the work is nearing completion. (*’▽’*)♪

Anyway, I will take a break from this work.
I will publish the original charts (large PDF and Excel file), so feel free to use it. (*´∀`)つ⬜️
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gyul1Ol-GJtqsZzN1t9d2OeLJd5fiuMf

If there are any new topics, I will post them here. φ(*'д'* )
Goodbye for a while. May the Pinchy be with you.
(^Д^)ノシ
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #145 on: September 24, 2019, 04:03:02 PM
Very nice post and photos!  :tu:


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #146 on: September 25, 2019, 06:40:55 AM
Wow, hiraboo! :o
That is a fantastic collection of Pinchy versions!  :like:

And thank you once more for the work in charting the differences and changes in the model through its' long production run!
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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #147 on: October 01, 2019, 06:12:18 AM
Rapidray,

I'm glad to make you happy. (^▽^)/
Thank you!!


GLBM,

Thank you for patiently trying to understand my funny English. (* ̄m ̄)
And thank you for your always kind words.
I got a little more confident in English communication. I'll try to post something in another thread. c⌒っ*´з`)φ.....
I hope to meet you elsewhere!


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #148 on: October 02, 2019, 06:25:02 AM

GLBM,

Thank you for patiently trying to understand my funny English. (* ̄m ̄)
And thank you for your always kind words.
I got a little more confident in English communication. I'll try to post something in another thread. c⌒っ*´з`)φ.....
I hope to meet you elsewhere!


Your English is fine, hiraboo!  :)

See you around MT.o, my friend!  :cheers:
Pontificating particularly pious positions pertaining to polymorphic paraphernalia. G-Man.


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Re: Gerber Mr. Pinchy Multi Plier Club
Reply #149 on: October 04, 2019, 11:35:05 PM
Glad to see a Mr. Pinchy thread is alive and well. I have two new in clamshell Mr. Pinchys if anyone is interested for their collection. I’m not really into collecting multitools anymore and would rather see them go to a collector. If anyone is interested feel free to send me a PM and I can get some pics to you.
I'm the milk man!


 

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