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Old 01-25-2013, 03:32 PM   #1
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I've had a skeletool for about a year now and I love it, keep it in my glovebox for a great quality multitool when I need it. Who else likes leatherman?

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Old 01-25-2013, 03:37 PM   #2
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I always carry my leatherman on one side and j-frame on the other.

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I have a Wave, got it from work, it cannot be replaced in my line of work.

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I have carried a Leatherman Super Tool for at least 10 years now.

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And to think I used to carry a small pocket knife and thought the leatherman was way to heavy and bulky, now I almost have an anxiety attack if I leave the house and drive away without it. It's worse than some folks forgetting their Iphone

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I'm a fan. I have a micro leatherman and it's been a good tool to have, has not rusted, dulled overly and has held up to abuse over time.

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Have a leatherman crunch and a super tool. Super tool stays in my get home bag with a bit driver adapter. Crunch is my work carry.

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I got 2 of the original ones back in the late 80's. I have had one on my side ever since. Sent the first one in twice to get fixed, top notch service. Now that one is pretty worn out and past the 25 year warranty so I just pulled out my other old new one and retired the first but it's still there as a backup. Now it gets in the way of my holster and after all these years just can't get used to it on the other side. Bummer. After you have one, you'll wonder how you got by without it.

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I have a leatherman fuse. Love it.

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I had an original Leatherman that I carried for years and years everywhere I went. Lost it one day and got a newer one, but it sucked in comparison. I lost that one and haven't replaced it. I would like to get a style which has a bypass pruning shear and one of the knife blades is a grafting knife but I can't afford it right now. http://www.baileysonline.com/itemdetail.asp?item=830555

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