If you have a corkscrew, you might as well find some use for it, right?When a jar lid is too tight, you can pry it from the side to break the airtight seal.The corkscrew tip was at the perfect angle, and thin enough to fit under the lid, and fssst! (Image removed from quote.)
there's no "3 cm" mark in the ruler?
Quote from: ThePeacent on July 10, 2018, 06:37:17 PMthere's no "3 cm" mark in the ruler? No, there is a pin there for the scissors backsprings.
Looks like they must have fixed the position of the can opener. Mine has it on the outside already!
Show content I just got one of these and I am very happy with it! I am always looking for multitools that have a different design than a lot of the no name brand ones I see on Amazon all the time. Quality wise, it reminds me of the Chinese made Gerbers or SOGS. I did not think about the flaw with the can opener design as I never use one, but it is good that the implement is easily moved. I actually used the can opener over the weekend to scrape glue off of a battery I took out of a plastic pack. As far as the weight goes, I do not understand the complaints some make on these tools saying they are too heavy, This is a large full sized tool, and is made out of steel. It is going to weigh a bit due to that alone. I keep a Surge on me all weekend long and it is heavier than this tool. It is in its sheath on my belt along with my phone, and I do not notice they are there. Anyhow, great review on a great multitool!!
Quote from: mikekoz on October 30, 2018, 04:19:47 AM Looks like they must have fixed the position of the can opener. Mine has it on the outside already!Thanks for posting about the Roxon, mikekoz! I have one coming this week and that makes me feel better about spending the money on it.
As for the weight, it's just a matter of getting used to it. Although to be fair, it is heavier than other multi-tools like the Wave, Rebar, Spirit etc. Even the SuperTool 300 is much lighter than the Storm.