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alabaster

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I had a good week and decided to splurge on a new multi-tool. I had a Leatherman Wave quite some time ago. I gave it to my younger brother and have missed it ever since. I decided to go back to Leatherman since they never let me down. Boy have they come a long way in their line-up. I was looking at an AR tool, but I already have all the tools that are attached to it, so I decided to get the "Surge". It's heavier than I'd prefer, but I kind of had the feeling it would be since it has the biggest pliers, blades, and tools in the line-up. It's also BLACK, which I thought was cool since my last one was stainless.

Once I get it through it's paces, I'm sure I'll have a review on it.

Any body else have a good multi tool they would recommend or review?
 

Colt 1911

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Where to start ? I have the wave, pst , pst II , rebar , victorinox Swiss tool , victorinox spirit , crunch , gerber mp 400 , mp 600 , 600 ,

The surge is a tank, awesome tool good choice !!!
 

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I got my surge for $5 dollars at a pawn shop, I love it and it is my favorite multitool!
 

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i still only have the gerber multi tool plier.it has the everyday tools i use time 2 time as well as the pliers.i put the 1st one i had through many rough times and it lasted over 5 years if i remember right.so i got me a 2nd one..still real happy with it..
 
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I just saw the Leatherman Skeletool. I'm pretty sure that's what it was called. That thing was downright sexy, I want one. Maybe two.
 

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