SolidTwilight

Do you carry a multi tool? (Leatherman, swiss army knife, etcetera)

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So I got a Leatherman Wave muliti tool when I was 13 and carry it almost ever day for 14 years. (don't tell my middle or high school that I had a muliti tool with knife on it almost every day of calls lol) It came in handy so meany times I cant even tell you. I got so attached to it that in 2012 I retired it and made a case for it because sentimental value if it got so high that I could not bare the thought of loosing it. after that I got a Leatherman Charge TTI and switched out the pliers with a leatherman Rebar. anyone else have some kind of muliti tool in there EDC (every day carry)?

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I have this Victorinox knife that I got when I was 9. It wasn't until I got out of highschool that I carried it more often. I carry it with me since you never know when you'll need a bottle opener or a pencil sharpener.

 

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I probably should, but they're kind of large, and I have far, far too much in my pockets as it is. I mean, my legs look huge. :P

 

Instead, I carry around with me a thumb drive filled with computer repair programs and tools. It's a lot smaller, but extremely powerful stuff.

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I probably should, or at least i'd like to. I run into too many occasions where i wish i had one.

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I either carry my leatherman WAVE (It is so good I love it so much). Or my little Victorinox knife (it has tweezers, flashlight, knife and scissors)

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I always have a knife, but I almost never carry my multi-tool. It's just too bulky

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I have a small one with a nothing blade (in the UK anything with a blade is just bad to carry round): 

 

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I had one a friend gave me but I can't find it. I used to carry it and it came in handy, or "hoofty."

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I keep a Multi-tool it has a letter opener a nail filer (or what ever there called) and a Lazer light I keep it in case I'm in danger and pulling out a small blade is my only option

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No, but I've been thinking about buying a pocket knife. The city I live gets increasingly dangerous.

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No - believe it or not, it's illegal in the UK as their blades are too long - same sort of law as restricts switchblade knives in the US.

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I have a 5-1 Swiss blade from a Walmart.. but it have a spork which is one reason why I bought it. 

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I have a couple of knives like that. Some of which I would carry everyday. Though typically today I carry larger knifes.

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Before I moved to my current office, my old key had a pocket knife on the ring. I got rid of it when we changed the locks.

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no because knife laws exist

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I don’t carry a multi-tool but it would be a great idea. The only thing resembling a tool I carry is a safety pin in my purse, and you’d be surprised how handy something so simple can be! I use it constantly for one thing or another. Just imagine what a more comprehensive tool could do!

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The only time you need a Swiss army knife is when you don't have it. When you have it, it is never used. As for an amulet for preventing situations that a Swiss army knife is being needed, then it might be useful.

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I have a swiss army knife I occasionally take with me. I make it a point to take it with me when I go out on the water.

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Got a multitool souvenir thingy when I was in las vegas:lie: 

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I had one...but I lost it a couple years back. :sealed: I wanna get a new one.

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have several, but most of them I don't carrry as the blades are too long to have in public.

However, I do keep one of these on my keyring:

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which almost counts? :)

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"Carry", sort of, I have an old Kamasa one it's become sort of part of my Ural toolkit now so only have it if I'm out riding the Ural or camping etc. Not comfortable carrying it in a pocket etc. due to the latest knife laws in Britain. t's not that good was quite cheap metal is a bit soft but some functions are useful.

 

 

 

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I always carry a blade of some sort. As for a multi tool I rotate a leatherman, swiss army knife and a leatherman squirt. 

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