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.
Despite having a seriously limited number of functions, I personally prefer the Leatherman Freestyle over its larger brother, the Skeletool.
One thing many traditional multitools lack is a set of Allen or hex wrenches- and that's where my love of bike tools like this Topeak Mini 9 comes in!
Whether you are opening a nice bottle of Côtes du Rhône or out hiking, a good pocket knife is never out of place- particularly if it has a corkscrew, like this Gerber Armbar Cork does!
Some of you will look at these photos and think "that's a sweet black scaled Wenger Traveler." Others will have noticed the lock release for the main blade and said "that's a sweet black scaled Adventurer!"
While many of these are branded with the Jeep logo, I've never been able to determine if they were a legitimate Jeep product, or just another attempt to capitalize on an established brand.
We have looked at some ultra cool custom tools with the Multitool.org Logo on them this month, but this Leatherman Charge may be the coolest.
Since it is still our 16th Anniversary celebration, we are still looking at tools with our logo on them- tools like this SOG PowerLock 2.0.
I had something different in mind to post today, but after all the messages I got after yesterday's bonus post, I figured I'd better post more pics of this- the Grohmann #4 Survival knife.
One of the most popular Swiss Army Knives is the Spartan, a model which provides a decent array of features in a very small package.