As the founder of Multitool.org Grant has been a collector of Swiss Army Knives and multitools for over 25 years, and a user for over 40 years.
With a day job working in the field, either out in the woods or on industrial sites, Grant uses tools every day for all manner of different purposes.
When it comes to rescue tools, the key feature needs to be simplicity. In an emergency, no one should need to stop and fiddle with something.
When it comes to a tool that you can put on your keychain and not notice until you need it, few are as seamless as the Utili-Key from Swiss*Tech.
I would say the Wenger Esquire is a classic, but that just doesn't seem right, so i guess I'll call it archetypal instead!
Leatherman's Crunch model proves that even a multitool benefits from doing one thing well!
In keeping with the automotive theme we started yesterday, today's Tool Of The Day post is all about the Victorinox AutoTool.
Pull to eject indeed! The Res-Q-Me tool is an ideal thing to have in your car for emergencies.
The Coast Fishing Buddy is a neat little tool based on Coast's box platform, which is an extremely efficient group of features.
The Charge Ti was Leatherman's first Charge model- a range that has become quite popular, with many different versions such as the XTi, TTi, ALX, AL, SLV and +.
A little bit of fun on a Monday- the Hot Wheels Tooligan!
Another edition of the strange naming conventions is the 111mm Picnicker, also spelled Picknicker, pictured here with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees printed on the scale, and not to he confused with the 91mm Picnicker!