Some of you may have noticed the change in our logo- the addition of the black band to the standard Multitool.org logo is a most unfortunate sign, as it signals the loss of one of our members. This time it is in honor of our good friend ColoSwiss, aka Karl, one of the most prolific and knowledgeable Swiss Army Knife collectors I have ever known.
Recently a member on our forum had an issue with a new Gerber Diesel multitool. As was to be expected, Gerber replaced the Diesel under warranty, something we have come to expect from all major manufacturers. But this issue was far from over.
Maxpedition is giving away a bag to a lucky winner to celebrate hitting 70,000 followers- and it is the winner’s choice of any product they make! Here’s your chance to get in on it!
The March 2019 Donation Draw prize has been posted, and it's not one you will want to miss if you are a Swiss Army Knife collector! The Series 2 Nespresso knife is more than just any old Victorinox Pioneer!
If I had to pick a passion in my life (beyond Multitool.org of course!) it would probably be outdoor adventure- and to me, there’s no adventure like a paddling adventure. I spend as much time as possible every year in the seat of one of my kayaks, exploring places that many other people will never see. Naturally, when SOG sent me an email to let people know they were supporting a rowing team going for one (or more!) world records in crossing the Atlantic, I took notice!
Gerber just sent me a cut sheet on the new Gerber Versafix machete, and in the surface it looks quite interesting indeed. Will it hold up? Only time will tell, but it looks like it has just about all the things you want in a machete.
Benchmade is the subject of the latest online protest, and they can thank the local police for for it.
Oregon City Police tweeted a photo a couple of days ago attempting to promote Benchmade Knives as a good corporate citizen by helping the police destroy some firearms.
In a world where it can sometimes be difficult to carry a multitool, many of the manufacturers have struggled to come up with designs for TSA friendly type tools. The latest from Gerber is called the Mullet- will it live up to the "business up front, party in the back" mentality that has driven the haistyle it's named after? I'm not sure the mullet hairstyle sets the bar that high, so, yeah, it probably will.
This weekend we are celebrating my birthday by giving away THREE of the new AXEM 4.0 extreme survival multitools produced by the all new Italian multitool company called Steel Life! As you probably know already, The Multitool.org Store is the official North American distributor for Steel Life products and we are really looking forward to putting this one to the test!
Some time ago I was contacted by a multitool manufacturer in Italy that was looking for better coverage in North America. They were a company called Steel Life and they had just released a new flagship tool they called the AXEM 4.0.
For those that don’t know, each month we do a Donation Draw on the forum to help offset the costs of running a site like this. As you can see, we don’t run nearly as many ads as many sites do, and we don’t intend to add any more than what you see here now.
Lately you’ve probably gotten dozens of emails to update the privacy policies of various websites so that they comply with the new General Date Protection Regulations (GDPR) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Data_Protection_Regulation that everyone needs to comply with. We aren’t sending an email like that, nor am I asking you to agree to a new policy- and here’s why.
If you like custom Swiss Army Knives, especially the type that replaces the highly desireable ALOX for even mroe exciting Titanium, then you really will want to read on, especially since it includes information on how you can put this beautiful knife in your pocket!