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Wednesday, 02 May 2018 18:24

The Dark Side of Mods

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Some time ago I had written about the value of a modded tool, and the short version is that I had come up with an equation that I use to determine what a mod is worth to me. With so many modders out there these days, many of which charging an exorbitant fee for their services, it seemed like a good idea at the time.

This was meant as a loose guideline to help folks get into the ballpark of what something was worth, and, in short, it looks something like this:

Materials (=all materials - recoverable materials) + labor + Profit (%)= Value

Published in Blog
Friday, 19 January 2018 12:47

Leatherman 2018

Leatherman Charge Plus TTI Multi Tool Nylon Sheath BHQ 79199 er large

As we get closer and closer to SHOT we are starting to get more and more info on what kinds of things we are likely to see from each of the big manufacturers.  This year the folks at BladeHQ are giving us our first looks at what Leatherman is releasing, something the folks at Leatherman were't happy about when I announced their new tools before they did a few years ago during the Sidekick and Wingman debut.

Published in News
Tuesday, 08 July 2008 09:21

Leatherman Charge Ti Review

Another member of Leatherman’s Charge family, the Ti is now discontinued, along with it’s original titanium handled sibling, the XTi . While the XTi was replaced by the ALX model, the Ti was replaced by both the AL and TTi models.

Leatherman Charge Ti

Published in Leatherman
Wednesday, 27 June 2007 13:44

Leatherman Charge TTi (Sec3D) Review

Finally arrives today, so I'm posting the first impressions I have, haven’t used the tool yet.

First thing I noticed was that the TTI was a lot smaller and lighter than my surge that I previously owned. That is one of the reasons why I wanted to sell the surge and buy one of the smaller tools because I would find the surge uncomfortable when in plier mode since the handles were so wide, didn't make them difficult to grasp as such, but the smaller length and width of the TTI handles are more comfortable.

Leatherman Charge TTi

Published in Leatherman
Saturday, 02 December 2006 16:48

Leatherman Charge XTi Review

Leatherman continues to dominate the multitool market; this is due in part by two things, advertising not only to its pre-existing customer base but to the newcomers as well and  most importantly it’s the drive to continually innovate on the designs of their tools, Leatherman is constantly refining and changing the shape of the tools themselves and how the public as a whole views them. I believe most of Leatherman’s success is just the shear dominance of name brand, they pioneered the market and ever since 9/11 they have become more common place as they are more appealing to the public than a regular pocket knife.

Leatherman Charge XTi

Published in Leatherman
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