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Monday, 11 October 2010 19:51

CRKT Gekkota Review

Recently Tom Stokes designed a knife around another designers revolutionary opening design, which resulted in the Fulcrum Flame, a knife I own and like very much. Inspiration struck Tom again when looking at the Ashworth Turtle knife, and this time the result is the Gekkota.  The Gekkota however has more in common with the money clip or dog tag style tools usually found in promo catalogues or discount outlets- or rather it's function has more in common with them. The overall quality of the Gekkota is the usual CRKT standard.

pair

Published in CRKT/ID Works
Monday, 11 October 2010 17:54

Leatherman Squirt PS4 Review

Years ago Leatherman introduced their now legendary Micra, which has dominated the keychain market for years. So much so that when Leatherman decided to upgrade the concept with the Squirt line, the Micra held fast. It seemed that not only could the Micra beat the competition, it could also easily take on it's technically superior replacement! I always find it amusing that Leatherman is such a great company that even they can't compete with themselves!

Squirts P4, E4, S4, PS4 and Micra

Published in Leatherman
Thursday, 15 April 2010 00:00

Buck Metro Review

In the most basic definition of the term, the Buck Metro could be considered a “multitool” since it has multiple functions.  Or, at least a dual purpose.

Metro_open

Published in Buck
Tuesday, 02 February 2010 19:53

Swiss-Tech Screwzall Review

The first thing you realize looking at the Swiss*Tech ScrewZall is that this might just be the simplest, most effective tool you have ever seen. The second thing you wonder is why the heck didn’t you think of that?

Screwzall Front

Perhaps the most tools in the least package

Published in Miscellaneous
Saturday, 18 July 2009 13:42

Gerber Splice Review

First, here’s the writeup on the back of the Gerber Splice package: “Don’t be fooled by the Gerber Splice mini tool’s compact size. Carried in your pocket or attached to your key chain, you’ll be prepared for any situation that arises. With Fiskar’s scissors, flat & cross-point drivers, file, bottle opener, fine edge & serrated blades, the Splice mini tool will cover you when reaching for something more convienient than your tool box in the garage.”

Gerber Splice

Published in Gerber
Saturday, 29 November 2008 14:04

Gerber Artifact Review

Released last year, Gerber's Artifact got people's attention- probably more than Gerber was expecting initially at least. I first encountered it at the 2008 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, and was instantly taken with it.

Gerber Artifact

Published in Gerber
Saturday, 29 November 2008 13:58

Gerber Shard Review

Gerber's Shard model is the little brother to their Artifact, and despite being about half the weight of the Artifact , the Shard is only marginally less functional.

Gerber Shard

Published in Gerber
Wednesday, 26 March 2008 23:25

Swiss-Tech Smart-Clip Review

Anybody heard of this thing? I never knew it existed until I saw a display of them at the hardware store yesterday. A quick review of the Swiss-Tech website reveals there is an "Ultra" model and a "9-in-1" model. Hmmph, news to me.

Swiss-Tech Smart-Clip

Published in Miscellaneous
Friday, 11 January 2008 12:02

Sebertech M3 Review

I have a few tools kicking around that I got intending to write reviews on, but for some reason never make it into the spot light. One of those tools is the SeberTech M3 that I purchased from EDCDepot over a year ago.

Sebertech M3

Published in Miscellaneous
Friday, 11 January 2008 11:55

Swiss-Tech MicroTech Review

The first set of keychain pliers I ever got was the small Swiss*Tech MicroTech, which proved to be as solid as the steel it was carved from.

Swiss*Tech MicroTech

Published in Miscellaneous
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