Alternatively, consider using an SAK or Leatherman Free T4 teamed with a small Vise-Grips. That combination affords the flexibility of gripping a stubborn nut while removing the mating screw.
I have Sheffield Crocodile, which is a copy of the A100. I also have the Crunch. I don't know about a real Kershaw A100, but the Sheffield is of far less quality and durability than the Crunch. It's more akin to the construction and materials of a regular pair of vise grips. The Crunch, on the other hand, has precisely machined jaws and is made to far tighter tolerances. The breakdown of the crunch is easy-peasy, and it is extremely pocketable because of that. It's really a very small tool when stowed. I love mine. Charles.
Does anyone have pics or info of the crunch copies? I've never seen one, so I'm curious.Charles.
Does anyone have pics or info of the crunch copies? I've never seen one, so I'm curious.