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Wednesday, 10 October 2007 15:43

ResQMe Review

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When I first laid eyes on this little tool in a discussion on our forum I thought it looked interesting enough. A few months later I decided to give it a shot and added it to an order I had placed with EDCDepot

ResQMe

Wednesday, 10 October 2007 15:34

Coleman Pro Lock Review

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There are a few multitools out there that define an evolutionary niche. Some are successful like Leatherman’s one handed opening Wave or locking Crunch pliers, and others were not, like SOG’s SwitchPlier or Leatherman’s MiniTool. The Pro Lock is firmly entrenched in the latter category but is no less important for it. As with most things, the successes can really only be measured by the not so successes.

Coleman Pro Lock

Wednesday, 10 October 2007 15:23

Spyderco SpyderWrench/ByrdWrench Review

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Once in a while, there’s a tool that comes along that is so different from any other, that no other manufacturer could hope to successfully incorporate any good points into their own designs. The Spyderco SpyderWrench and ByrdWrench are just that kind of design. Unlike any other tools, the Spyder and ByrdWrenches are hard to classify.

Spyderco SpyderWrench / ByrdWrench

Wednesday, 10 October 2007 15:19

Coast Fishing Buddy Review

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The Coast Fishing Multitool is a different type of tool than we normally think of when the term is used. It isn’t a plier based tool- in fact, it doesn’t seem to have a “primary” tool of any sort. It is merely a convenient tool that has several functions in a compact package. What more could one want? Oh yeah, and it’s fairly inexpensive too!

Coast Fishing Buddy

Sunday, 16 September 2007 23:48

Schrade NaviTool Review

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Anybody ever handled one of these NaviTools? They are kinda big and clunky. Certainly not the sort of thing you could carry around unnoticed.

Schrade NaviTool

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