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Most Incredible Knife


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MsSmilie

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This isn't your father's Swiss Army knife....

The Most Incredible Knife
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Its sounds cool, but no one mentions that its to wide to actually be held in the hand and used, this is wegners atempt to catch up with leatherman and Gerber but all they needed to do was stick a decent set of pliers and a better large knife to do that.
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Living here, they are everywhere but in practice those really big ones are both heavy and hard to use, best to buy one very small one that has the screwdriver for the comp to be kept in ones pocket, and another large but not too large one to be kept by the television or a place that one knows well for gerneral use.
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http://www.paladin-t...tool.php?id=447 i've got this guy...i'ts awesome
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8.75 inches wide, 2lb, 11oz, $1,200, and no USB flash drive? :whistling:

Who am I to talk. I have a pair of sandals with a built-in bottle opener. :blink:
http://www.reef.com/...ar/sandals/2415

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That one looks cool, ive got the tinker model of swiss knife, its pretty good not to big to use but its got a phillips screwsriver instead of the corkscrew a better set of pliers stuff like that its decent mix of stuff and good to use had it 4 or 5 years now its handy. I have been thinking of replacing it though with one of these http://www.gerbersto...e...age&xid=411 . The gun kits look good as well i was thinking of getting back into competive shooting again and they look like good kits the stuff we use is ancient and hardly anyone makes kits like that here with firearms being illegal. You should see the counter terroirst form i have to fill out to go on a scotsat course "Have you ever been involved in espionage" crap like that im really gonna say yes.


For Bigger jobs ive got a great toll kit i got it for 2.99 its got a full set of precision screwdrivers a multi head screw driver and rathcet set, pliers and a wrench its great and its all pretty compact in the case.
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Who am I to talk. I have a pair of sandals with a built-in bottle opener. :whistling:
http://www.reef.com/...ar/sandals/2415


Those sandals are sweet, I have a pair of Oakley's.. just may have to get a pair of these... :blink:
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I want a pair of those, or maybe a pair of trainers or boots with a bottleopener(sandals in scotland just dont work at all).
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when i was in switz i bought the biggest one i could find, blades pretty long. it has a can opener, like 4 different screwdrivers, a corkscrew, 1 tiny screw driver (e.g. for glasses), scissors, pliers, a leather needle (veryvery sharp small blade, with a hole for string), and of course tweezers and a toothpick. no usb :whistling:
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I have the new black Reefs with the bottle-opener on the bottom of the sandals/flip-flops.
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