Ive seen alot of variants, closest in quality was my buddies gerber. I never was satisfied with a pocket knife, then again i never had the skill my dad has with his old timer as a multitool. I think most people whos old man carried a single pocket knife only used it one time and didnt give it back for his pocket. Usually a pretty painful lesson to learn.
On Feb 22, 2018 9:51 PM, "Jaime Solorza" <losguyswirel...@gmail.com> wrote: > I have an Old Timer that is about 24 years old and I got it used...I > appreciate quality tools....I have lost every Leatherman within months of > buying one... > > Jaime Solorza > > On Feb 22, 2018 8:48 PM, "Steve Jones" <thatoneguyst...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> I just finally retired my supertool 300, its been healthily beaten. This >> harsh sexy beast sacrifices many bits of iyself. So i picked up a wingman >> because a little bit less weight and i miss scissors from my first one. >> Plus its got a belt clip, the pouch on the supertool was worn and broken >> for over a year before i gave in and relegated to tool to my pocket to live >> with my tool. >> So i was looking at the warranty on the wingman, turns out thes bad >> mothers sport a 25 year warranty... 25 years. >> >> Its like getting a do over with my best friend knowing the supertool may >> get another ride on the pony. When it gets home i may have a party for it. >> This thing has installed and repaired a measurable percentage of the >> network. If i had tear ducts instead of hate valves, id do that wet eye >> shit that sallys do. >> >