Our guy just asks if we've turned it off and back on again? I'll see myself out now .
Victorinox Cybertool M. It is basically made with IT work in mind: https://www.victorinox.com/global/en/Products/Swiss-Army-Knives/Medium-Pocket-Knives/Cyber-Tool-M/p/1.7725.T
I did a mini-review here https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,82560.msg2010594.html#msg2010594The Cypertool L is the Cybertool CT-41, just its more recent name, as there's always a little controversy about the actual count of tools on the larger SAKs...
Surge is overkill for IT work if you ask me. Neither Leatherman Rebar nor Wave have hex or star wrenches. Vic Cybertool seems like it would be good. I dont know, I dont own one. Wave with bit extender may be good. I dont know, I dont own one.Today I disassembled a 15 year old 3Com 10/100 switch with my Leatherman Rebar to extract the 2 Papst 40x20mm fans inside. The bearings were finally going and they were making grinding and whining sounds. Anyway, the star screws on the bottom? I just grasped them with the needle nose of my Rebar. That's not always possible but it was in this case.Left the case half open and pointed a floor fan at it. The whole thing is going to have to be replaced anyway
This one looks perfect for what you’re describing. But does Anyone own or have experience with the Cyber Tool L? I do not. This one seems to have replaced the Cyber Tool 41 (I could be wrong tho) i’m not sure when it came out. It looks like a great toolset for the price but I wonder how it compares to the other cybertool models? Thank you to anyone who can shed some light on this model
Torx bits (which is what I think you mean by star?) are included in the bit kit, I've used them on my Wave on occasion when I worked in IT.
Yes. Torx bits. Seems like the bit kit can come in handy. Wave and Surge can make use of thier tiny screwdrivers, but I still think the Surge is too much weight. I wont carry mine in my pocket, and its even a little heavy on the belt for someone who doesnt do a lot of hardware work.Does the bit extender fit the Rebar?
The more I think about it, the more i can say that the Wave scissors are puny compared to the Surge Scissors. And you could use scissors for wire wraps or zip ties. Surge scissors would take the cake there. If learherman could make a somewhat thin, longer screwdriver (one that's actually strong, unlike those in the Surge and Wave), to get into recessed Philips head screws.All those knives and saw and file, though...unnecessary for IT
They make one that sits on the phillips and can take full sized and flat bits!
For the most part yes! ...I may have cut through muliple steel cable locks when people left or lost their laptop lock keys with my Wave....