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Sunday, 14 July 2024 08:57

Kansept Accipiter

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The Kansept Accipiter is an impressive addition to the world of EDC knives, combining high-end materials with a sleek design and practical functionality. As a reviewer who values both aesthetics and performance, I found the Accipiter to be a standout in several key areas.

- Overall Length: 8.16 inches (207.3 mm)
- Blade Length: 3.50 inches (89 mm)
- Blade Thickness: 0.14 inches (3.5 mm)
- Blade Material: Stonewashed CPM S35VN stainless steel
- Handle Material: Titanium with copper carbon fiber inlays
- Locking Mechanism: Frame lock
- Designer: Kim Ning
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Wednesday, 10 July 2024 18:01

Multitool.org 18th Anniversary Celebration!

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Well ladies and gentleman it's that time again. July marks 18 years we've been delivering you the best new, reviews and heated discussion for anything multitool and edc related. Thanks for being supportive of us over the years, this project is a labor of love and would not be possible without all of you. Check out these links below, this is all the cool stuff that's going on this month. Check back here often as this will be updated throughout the month.

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It's been 18 years intro thread

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Thursday, 04 July 2024 09:19

Exceed Designs Avair

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The AVAIR, a culmination of over two years of design and research, truly stands out as a high-end EDC (everyday carry) folder. Designed with meticulous attention to detail, this knife is a testament to quality and precision.


Thursday, 04 July 2024 09:10

Kansept REI

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Greg Wegrzycki, better known as Karambitmaker in the knife community, is a long-time martial arts practitioner, knife collector, and maker. While his passion primarily lies in crafting karambits and curved blade knives, he occasionally ventures into more utilitarian projects. The Kansept Rei is one such endeavor, inspired by the tactical folders from the early 90s. This review dives into its design, functionality, and overall performance.


Thursday, 04 July 2024 08:33

KosiM Sharpener

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KosiM Sharpener Review: Precision and Passion from Ukraine

On my sharpening journey, I've reviewed quite a few different sharpeners. One thing is abundantly clear: Ukraine is a hub for some amazing knife and tool companies. One of these companies that has grabbed my attention is KosiM.

**The Origins of KosiM**

The company started its journey in 2013 while founders Marina and Kostya were still working regular jobs. The young family unknowingly opened a new chapter in their future, although they didn't realize it at the time. They began by purchasing goods from China and experimenting with buying and selling. They named their website KosiM (a blend of their names, Kostya and Marina).

Today, KosiM boasts nearly a complete self-sustaining production cycle for sharpening systems and stones, with plans for further development. They are seeking distributors abroad to overcome language barriers and expedite delivery times for the convenience of their customers.


Wednesday, 03 July 2024 00:37

The Multitool Mindset

The Multitool Mindset

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Multitools amaze me.  It’s not the details of any given tool that amaze me but the main idea behind all of them: response.  We are the kind of guys who do something about something we can do something about.  That’s the Multitool Mindset.

Responding to an emergent situation is the purpose of a Multitool.  The details of various makes and models can be (and are) debated endlessly, and I suspect many of us find them all wanting in some way.  Some of us collect Multitools, and I’m always delighted to see the development of the designs and the possibilities they reflect.  But what we all probably agree on is that carrying a Multitool (or multiple Multitools) makes us able to respond to emergent situations.  If we have a few basic implements with us, we can solve a problem or just make something a little easier to handle.  From saving steps to saving lives, we can respond to situations.

I grew up in farm country, where almost everyone works with their hands.  Many carried a pair of pliers in a scabbard on their belts, usually right in front of a folding knife in a sheath.  Some would have a screwdriver or adjustable wrench in the scabbard with the pliers, surely because their circumstances required it.  The foundation for the plier-based multitool emerged from guys like this, who went far from home to see to things and needed to be able to act when they got there.  I myself carried pliers and knife on my belt for many years, first on farms and then on my first job in a factory.  When I started college, I carried a Swiss Army Knife in one pocket and a small ViseGrip in the other.  It was logical to me to do so.  My surroundings and purposes changed, but the Multitool Mindset remained. 

When the early mass-market, plier-based tools came out, I felt as if the collective consciousness actually existed: someone finally united the SAK and the pair of pliers.  My first was a Leatherman SuperTool, and l’m still in awe, really, about the thought behind it.  I was a graduate student at the time, and many people asked why I needed it.  They didn’t get it.  They didn’t have the Multitool Mindset.  I needed to be prepared to respond.  It wasn’t a specific problem that I could reasonably assume would happen.  It was feeling ready, period.  Being in classrooms, rather than fields or factories, did not remove the Multitool Mindset. 

That’s because having a Multitool not only allows for the practical matters but also leads to a sort of vision.   Having the means to do something leads to seeing things that may otherwise be unavailable.  It’s an extension of preparedness and a part of the Multitool Mindset.  An expanded ability to respond undergirds an expanded ability to conceive of responses…if you have the Multitool Mindset. 

The Multitool Mindset melds practicality and innovation.  The design of the tools attests to that.  We users of Multitools also embody it; in fact, Multitools exist because of folks like us-like the mechanic who raised me, the Boy Scout troop I was part of, the farmers I worked for, the factory workers I labored beside, the soldiers I served with, the the good people of Multitool.org. 

We may prefer one brand over another, one design over another, or one EDC approach over another, but our ultimate purpose is the same.  We see the sense in being ready to respond to a situation, to formulate an innovative solution that may not otherwise have occurred to us, to do something about something we can do something about. 

That’s the Multitool Mindset.

Tuesday, 02 July 2024 00:37

Gerber Center Drive Plus

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The Gerber Center-Drive Plus is an elevated version of the acclaimed Center-Drive multi-tool, incorporating highly-requested features while maintaining the robust functionality that defines the original. Here’s an in-depth look at what this multi-tool brings to the table, along with personal experiences using it.

The Center-Drive Plus keeps the purposeful one-thumb opening design, ensuring quick access to the tools you use most. The spring-loaded pliers, full-size blade, and center-axis screwdriver remain as the core features, offering reliable performance. The overall build quality is solid, with a sleek, polished aesthetic achieved through tumble finishing of all tools.


Friday, 28 June 2024 22:07

Guava is the new black?

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So it seems that the new color for the Leatherman Signal is Guava. I'm cool with giving people new color options, it allows people to personalize a tool, maybe even match it with an outfit. But, I'm used to multitools being stainless it black oxide. Maybe I'm old school, but I would much rather have a tool I'm not afraid to use hard. One I'm not afraid of chipping the paint on. Leatherman has changed some in recent years, trimming it's lineup and offering customized options instead. It's an interesting time for sure. If this is your thing, grab yourself a new Signal in guava.



Friday, 28 June 2024 06:52

KnifeYouLike Sharpening System

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Since reviewing sharpeners, I get ads for all kinds of systems and occasionally see something new. I recently came across a company from Lithuania called KnifeYouLike. The company has been in the business for a while; before getting into retail, they were engaged in the sale, repair, and sharpening of knives. They transitioned from one business model to another to give customers the opportunity to take care of their knives themselves. Although they offered ceramic rods, many users struggled to achieve good results with them, so that's when they introduced the concept of angle guides.


Wednesday, 26 June 2024 10:05

New Leatherman Signal color

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We got wind last week that Leatherman was releasing a new color for the Signal. Leatherman sent out a teaser email today, press release will be this Friday (6/28).

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