After ten years in operation, Multitool.org has grown into quite a monster. For years I personally funded the site out of my own pocket, but as the site grew, so did the expenses. In the old days we hosted the site for a mere $5/month, at least until we started crashing teh shared server package we were on. We were given a polite but firm shove out the door from our first host, not because they were bad people, but because we were growing out of control for what they were providing us, and when we crashed the server we took out many other websites with us!
In 2011 the company formerly known as Wenger Swiss Army sponsored the Patagonia Expedition Race, also known as the World's Toughest Adventure Race. Even though Wenger has been absorbed into Victorinox it seems the spirit of adventure is still alive and well with the upcoming National Day of Adventure on October 16th.
Anyone familiar with CRKT knives and tools knows that CRKT has never been interested in making the “same old, same old” kind of product, and you have to respect both their ability to create new and exciting products and share the lime light with their designers. Elsewhere designers aren’t credited on a product unless they have a big name, and how are you supposed to get a big name without being able to put it on anything?
I know we said we were giving away a ton of things here at MTO for our 10th Anniversary.
But we meant it.
This custom Swiss Army Knife is gorgeous.
It's a Syph007 custom milled titanium SAK! It's been specially made to celebrate Multitool.org's 10 Year Anniversary!
This custom SAK comes complete with MTO Logo engraved Ti scales, Ti liners and nickel silver tweezers.
The SAK incorporates the liners for an even slimmer yet tougher design! AMAZING!
Want one? Want in? We're giving it away!
Visit the forum and enter the draw here. You know you want to.
As part of the 10th Anniversary Celebration we are offering these Limited Time Multitool.org Shirts so that you can celebrate with pride!
What we have are two designs, in three colors each, for a total of six different shirts.