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.
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!
Most Leatherman keychain models are divided into P (plier) or S (scissor) models, but what do you do if you want both?
If you are a cigar aficionado then today's Wenger may be a good choice- if you can find one!
When it comes to sorting out model names, Victorinox collectors have their work cut out for them- like when it comes to this Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Yeoman.
Another one you may have missed is the Cicada, designed by Dana Bainbridge and Joseph Sundby for Columbia River Knife and Tool (CRKT).
The Brewzer has the distinction of being the smallest Leatherman tool ever produced, and is also not a Leatherman- at least not originally!
The Delta Spork from Sea to Summit is the latest addition to my collection of outdoor eating related doodads.
The SeberTool M3 from SeberTech was an excellent keychain tool, similar to the SwissTech Micro Technician series, but a little more refined.
Today's tool is another interesting one- originally called the Ta-Bar tool after it's designer, Raleigh Tabor, the name was changed to the Spare Tool for production so as not to upset another well known knife brand!