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News

New Multitool from CRKT

New Multitool from CRKT

In the off chance you have not yet seen it, CRKT has released a new plier based multitool, the Technician: Read More
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Reviews

Ganzo G302-B

Ganzo G302-B

It seems that more and more companies are giving the multi-tool format a whirl. In recent years, Ganzo is yet Read More
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Blog

Gerber Center-Drive Group Buy

Gerber Center-Drive Group Buy

With the introduction of the new black Gerber Center-Drive I thought it was about time to do a Group Buy Read More
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Thursday, 04 August 2016 14:01

I like Big Trucks and I Cannot Lie

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With all due respect to Sir Mixalot, I have a deep fascination with trucks. To me, a good truck is a vehicular multitool- it carries anything you need and manages both highways and dirt tracks with relative ease no matter the weather.

Published in Blog
Thursday, 27 March 2014 14:32

Leatherman Wingman and Sidekick Review

These tools are a bit like fraternal twins, at first glance they look nearly identical however they are very capable individuals. Both tools are lower cost options in the full size category from Leatherman but don’t be misled by cost alone as they are no Ed McMahon to Johnny Carson or Ethel to Lucy. The Wingman is a trusted friend and companion and the Sidekick a competent multitool ready for a task. I feel Leatherman nailed these offerings, though not just for the budget minded consumer but for anyone looking for a tool to do exactly what it was designed to do, which is perform.

Leatherman Wingman & Sidekick

Published in Leatherman
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