Not sure if the whistle has a ferro rod attached to it.
The scissors and ruler edge look just like those on the Roxon Storm. I would not be surprised if they were involved in some capacity.
I like the idea of the removable scissors. I never use scissors on multi tools like a Swiss champ or a Leatherman Surge because even though they deploy out away from the body of the tool, I find them awkward when there is a big half pound of metal attached to them. But then after years of carrying little keychain tools like the Style, I find those tiny scissors much more manageable. (but also limited, obviously)I could be wrong but it looks like if someone perfects this design it could be a really useable set of scissors on a big MT.
Yeah IDK, I feel like they are extra bulk you just don't want in already large, cheap, heavy multi tool. I think there is a reason big companies like gerber, victorinox and leatherman don't put them in. If you wanted a proper pair of scissors you would probably just go get a pair. These things can't carry everything full size, so why bother with scissors? Scissors do very little that knives can't do just as well. I love having scissors (usually to trim my nails otherwise they dont get done) but nothing that size.
Well Yeah. In general, I agree. To me a perfect full size multi tool would not have any scissors. But I think we are in the minority, there are a lot of people who love them some scissors.
This could go to my list of multitools to buyBut as soon as I spotted that combo blade, it turned me off.I like the idea having detachable scissors so that, you can have them with you and remove them while cutting paper for craft or for whatever purpose. It also gives you freedom to either carry them or not. As a person said above, removable scissors is innovative concept but it needs some RnD (remember when those Z type multitools were new and where they are now)Is there any way we can convert a combo blade to plain edge blade (by extensive sharpening on machine, etc.)?
Scissors are great for precision cutting. An example is when my girlfriend asks me to remove the tag on her shirt while she is wearing it. Good luck doing that with a blade without immediately becoming single.Another thing I use scissors for is cutting cordage. Scissors keep the end from fraying as much compared to a blade. I love blades and carry one daily but scissors are superior in some cases.
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I got one with the brand name Pohaku on it from Amazon a few months ago. I like it & its great for $20-ish but it is bulky & heavy. I didn't notice any ferrous rod on it, is it small and hidden?