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.
It has been too long since we did anything, and so we decided today to get out and enjoy the fresh snow. We ended up hiking the Sugarbush Trail in Gantineau Park, a huge woodland park not far from where we live. It wasn't a long trail, so we ended up doing a couple of loops for the fun of it. I had some trepidation from the get go because of a very serious health concern.
The 2017 SHOT Show (Shooting, Hunting and Outdoors Tradeshow) is just about over now and we have seen just about all that was announced there, and in case you have missed some of it on our forum, here's a bit of a recap!
We've seen the 3rd Generation Micro Tool Clip that was released early, we've seen the SYNC II that SOG allowed us to announce, and we've seen leaked photos from the new catalog- now be prepared to see all 54 full color pages of the entire 2017 catalog in this official release from SOG!
2017 is here and with it comes a desire to know what day it is- and now you can do that with our Multitool.org 2017 Calendar featuring photos from our members!
Are you getting tired of all the hoopla surrounding the Gerber Center-Drive yet? I hope not, because we have more Center-Drive news! Following the great showing the Center-Drive had during the 2016 Multitool.org Multitool Of The Year we decided to kick it up another notch!
It is that time again- time to have your say and make your voice heard! I know many of the readers out there may be sick of voting by now, but trust me, this time it's something important! It's the Official 2016 Multitool.org Multitool Of The Year Award, and we want you to help us choose the winner!
Every once in a while I'll say something on the forum about my Dump Truck Full Of Money Theory and it's pretty much a guarantee that I'll get at least one Private Message or Email asking what the heck that is all about, so I figured I'd post it here rather than having to type it out each time!
One of the neat things about the multitool industry is the celebrities that represent it. There's no end to them when you think about it- there are the historical celebs like Tim Leatherman, there are the design celebs like Tom Stokes and Launce Barber, there are the endorsed celebs like Bear Grylls and Les Stroud and there are the TV celebs like MacGuyver. Then there are the user celebs, and the Mythbusters are arguably at the top of the list, and now they are back- sort of.
There are a lot of designers out there, and that's a good thing. Design software and the machines powerful enough to run it are available to pretty well anyone these days for very little cost, and 3D printers have revolutionized limited production and rapid prototyping, and sites like Kickstarter, Gofundme and Indigogo have made it possible for people to get the startup capitol they need to launch their revolutionary new product to turn the world on it's ear. But, those aren't the only changes you need to know about.