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.
The Gerber Dime never fails to start a discussion, but one thing no one can deny is that it has the best bottle opener of any keychain multitool!
The Leatherman Leap is one of those understated, underrated tools. Yeah, it's meant for kids, comes in a bunch of colors and has a blade that you install when they are ready, but it's also a Leatherman, so it's ready (and able!) to work!
Few pocket knives manage to be inexpensive, readily available and good quality, but the Gerber Paraframe series like this partially serrated tanto scores on all three.
Working outdoors in the winter is never pleasant- especially in hailstorms like today, but this Victorinox Cadet is definitely up to the task!
This tiny tool has several interesting features including a multi wrench, bike spoke wrench, wire stripper, protractor, small ruler (Metric and Imperial), but is probably best known for the hole going through it, allowing it to function as a pipe for those who partake.
Some say its ugly, but I think it is one beautiful blade, and it was one of my white whales! Unfortunately as I'm in Canada and it's February, it's going to be a while before this Spyderco Caspian Salt can prove itself where it's meant to be, in or on the water!
While it may look like every other Victorinox Camper, this one is special- it was my first knife, and therefore responsible for everything at Multitool.org!
I don't know what I was more excited about- getting rid of my Movember moustache or starting my new Advent Calendar!
If you've been following us for a while you already know about the SwissBuck series, like this Globetrotter model.
I have been wanting a shears based, EDC oriented multitool for years, but the few that come out seem to miss the mark. This Roxon Knife/Scissors (yes, that's the name) comes closer than most other to what I actually want, but...