Roxon StormOut of the box, the can opener was unable to hook onto the rim. Ergonomics, sharpness, ease of use, nothing matters. You will only be able to open ring-pull cans with this. If it's a classic can, this is not the answer.0 points.(Image removed from quote.)Roxon Storm (modded)I swapped places of the can opener and cord cutter. The can opener is now functional, though pretty average.0 points for punching through. Not easy, as the piercing point is quite blunt.1 for comfort. Stayed in hand, did not hurt enough to stop. Scale edge still dug into my hand. 2 for not jamming.1 for cutting. It could have a sharper edge with more of an angle to it. Consistent cut, though it left jagged, sharp edges.2 for not slipping. The hook is at least better designed than the rest of it, and it stayed on the can rim.Total: 6(Image removed from quote.)
Here is a nice little video on the Leatherman claw. Great job of filming, as well as opening the can. It demonstrates not only the proper way to use the claw, but also how easy it is. Look how perfect the cut is.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5icKi1jGxo
Does your Gerber Multiplier can opener look like mine here? A bit skewed?
No, mine is straight.
Thanks! Also, I started this thread exactly two years ago!