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.
Okay, I get it, I talk a lot about cool tools, but this one takes the prize because it is actually called the Cool Tool!
When it comes to compact, do anything knives that disappear in your pocket and are classy enough to carry at an event, the Victorinox Cadet is a hard model to beat.
The first of Leatherman's five original Juice models to be discontinued was the KF4- a decision that baffles collectors and users alike.
Is it a knife with pliers, or pliers with a knife? This New Ranger 73, called the Electrician from Wenger really blurred the lines between a Swiss Army Knife and a multitool!
One of the most highly sought after multitools for collectors is this USA made SpydeRench from Spyderco.
This olive scaled Victorinox Pioneer is part of a limited run of 50 knives produced in 2011.
I'm not a fan of this kind of wallet, but since this is a multitool group I had to give the Finacial Tool from Nite Ize a try.
If you aren't a member of our forum then you may never have seen this fascinating tool from Leatherman, called the T-Rex.
While the Crucial platform may not have been the most successful design for Gerber, this F.A.S.T. version (I think that stands for Folder Assist Spring Technology or something) is arguably the best.