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Starting to put my kit together, most likely just a driver or two, knife and Cobra XS, need to add folding scissors and a bottle opener but will put that on my keychain when I swap out the Rambler (Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
What brand is that combo screwdriver being sold under in Australia? It is being sold under the Stanley brand name here in the US. I just bought one last week for $1.97US at Home Depot.
Nice pliers. But I hope you weren't planning on using the SAK as well.
I've made a few changes myself. I'll carry my 5" knipex plier-wrench, unless the 6" that I ordered comes in time. Man, do they grip.
Stanley brand here too Adam, got it off Amazon, actually two as I really like it and so keep one in a kit.
Paid about 3 times as much though …McStitchy has one too and remember he paid quite a lot less in Ireland. You get stung for everything here, the Australia Tax as we jokingly call it
This is probably going to be the toolset I will use. I am going to try it out tomorrow.(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)If this proves to be too heavy, the Husky heavy duty wire strippers will move to a 2nd Nite Ize Pock-its or will be replaced with regular wire strippers.The only difference in this toolset and what I carry everyday is that the heavy duty wire strippers replace my modded Core and the 5" Knipex water pump pliers typically reside in my 2nd Pock-its, which I do carry on most days. I will change some items during the challenge to keep things interesting.I think RP will recognize those scissors.
I'd say no for the Skele knife, and yes for the Crater.
Then I see that Rich can't use the Skele knife because the pocket clip is also a bottle opener.
I might just give this a go then
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