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Thursday, 28 November 2019 23:18

NexTool KT5024

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01New for 2019, the KT5024 is NexTool's latest offering. A few elements we've seen, along with a few new ones to round off the tool. Let's see what it is all about.

Friday, 24 May 2019 09:34

Buck BuckTool 360

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The year is 1996. Independence Day broke the box office, George R.R. Martin published A Game of Thrones, and Macarena plagued the world. It was then that Buck took it upon themselves to join the multi-tool scene, and released the BuckTool. Winner of the "Knife of the Year" at the 1996 Atlanta Knife Show, the Buck BuckTool tool has since fallen into obscurity. Let's take a trip back in time and see what the best knife of 1996 had to offer.

Buck BuckTool 360 review
Monday, 08 April 2019 21:15

Damned Designs

Written by Grant Lamontagne

Damned Designs 1One of the few benefits of being me (and there are very few!) is that occasionally someone will design something cool and contact me to have a closer look at it. This happened recently when Adrian from damneddesigns.com contacted me and asked me to have a look at some of his designs. Naturally, I was intrigued- read on to see what I got and what I thought.

Thursday, 21 March 2019 13:38

Roxon KS S501 Review

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Despite being a recent entry in our world, the Roxon KS may seem familiar to some. It should. We've seen the crisp design elements, tanto blade, and monster scissors before. Bearing an undeniable resemblance to its chubbier sibling, let's take a closer look at the S501.

Thursday, 16 November 2017 11:38

Ganzo G302-B

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It seems that more and more companies are giving the multi-tool format a whirl. In recent years, Ganzo is yet another company producing these useful and quirky steel butterflies.
In an attempt to gauge their quality, usability, and value, we will be looking at their most expensive and popular multi-tool, the G302-B.

Ganzo G302-B

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