Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by EraserDude, Oct 30, 2012.
+1 on the Titanium Widgy Prybars. Super lightweight.
No one has mentioned the Micra?
You need a glowfob! The TEC ones are great, or you could make your own using glow powder/sand, and clear acrylic tubing kit.
I made my own from a kit. Filled with glow sand, drilled a hole for split ring, used Goop on the ends. It has been kicking butt and lighting up my dresser for years, the glow lasts 10 hours atleast. I see it every morning I wake up.
Hey Eraser Dude,PM if you'd like some free glow powder in green or blue.
Also, a pair of Silver Gripper tweezers
I love my glow fobs. I've got a silver and a black.
NME Titanium Bottle Opener/1911 Bushing Wrench (soon to be available from the forum store again- about 6 weeks?)
Tec Accessories P7 suspension clip
Tec Accessories Pico Pen
My present favorites!
I just found these tonight made by TAD. pretty badarse! http://www.tripleaughtdesign.com/Equipment/Tools/Skeleton-Key
Gettin any ideas yet, Eraser?
I always thought the spyderco bug was cute, but not sure how legal it is in the UK. (No lock, but one hand open?)
Should be OK, I never managed to get it open with one hand....
wow thanks alot... that was the 1 thing stopping me getting one.
OHO is ok, as long as it doesn't lock and is under 3". The UKPK is a OHO, and is perfect within the confines of this stupidity
Really? I was lead to believe oho was illegal (unless you have a legit reason).
Doesn't work with something as small as the Bug, but it should work with the Grasshopper and I've tried this and succeeded with the Honeybee: Attach the knife to your keychain, grab the Honeybee/Grasshopper by the blade, then Spyderdrop it, or flick the handle outwards. All the crap on your keychain should be heavy enough for you to be able to do this successfully.
Have to be a really small hand to open it with one hand.
Lots, yeah! :3
I think a glow fob, micra, and maybe a prybar or atwood thingy would be very nice.
Atwood, STR ti pry, JDR knife and tool, TT pocket tools, Navy CUI, County Comm pry bar
No Gerber Shards? At 6 bucks they certainly look like a good value. Got one on its way to me right now.
The shard is a nice tool but I prefer the artifact. The utility blade is very useful.
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Yeah, had I not purchased a VIC classic to sit right next to it I would have gotten the Artifact
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