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Saturday, 22 April 2006 20:20

Leatherman PST II Review

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An unforgettable classic, the PST II was the follow up to the immensely popular original Leatherman Pocket Survival Tool (PST).

Leatherman PST II

The PST II is a handy, compact tool.

Tuesday, 18 April 2006 18:51

Leatherman Juice C2 & S2 Review

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The two smallest models in the Juice series are the C2 and S2. Both models seem to perform better than many full sized multitools, and seem quite sturdy, despite their small size. They are truly a large tool in a small package.

Juice C2 and S2

Juice C2 and S2

The Leatherman Juice models C2 and S2

Sunday, 16 April 2006 19:53

Leatherman Kick Review

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The Leatherman Kick is an interesting tool- a little smaller than the original PST, but at a fraction of the weight. The Kick is the smallest of a series of three tools from Leatherman, the other two being the Fuse and the Blast.

Leatherman Kick

Leatherman's Lightweight Offering, the Kick

Tuesday, 14 March 2006 13:09

Meyerco Paradox Review

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Most mulitools in the market today are pretty much carbon copies of each other, granted there are some that are totally ingenious and ground breaking in overall design. But they all have the same thing in common; the tools are all implements (tools ex: screwdrivers, file, knife, scissors, etc) are based around a pair of pliers. Meyerco USA with the help of renowned knife artist and designer Blackie Collins have designed what is just the opposite of the now traditional multitool.

plier mode

Tuesday, 14 March 2006 13:08

Swiss-Tech Utili-Key Review

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Multi tools I will admit tend to be quite large and cumbersome, even when you do need to use them you never end up need all of the tools that it comes with.

SwissTech Utili-Key

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