Bryan's EDC (3)

Review of Nite Ize S-Biner MicroLock November 11, 2017
Review of JETBeam JET-U November 11, 2017
Review of the Leatherman Style PS February 29, 2016

Bryan's Collection (1)

Leatherman Style PS

Comments (4 total)

I was looking at a friend's keys as they were laying out on the bar tonight. I noticed that she had a SOG Key Knife mixed in with all of the other junk on her keys. I snatched them up and started playing with the knife. I took it off her keys and tried it on mine. It was a bit thicker than a real key. It didn't feel bad on my keys. The blade was nice and sharp. I really liked that the blade locked. She offered it to me and I declined her offer. I am about to go to a KeySmart system. I'm not sure it would fit.
The first real wallet I owned was a Tumi Modernist. I liked it so much that I bought a second one. Unfortunately, they quit making the Modernist when I was shopping for a new one years back.

I am looking for a new wallet now. Since I have carried a wallet for more that half my life, I know what I want in a wallet. It is a real personal decision. I carry it in my back pocket everyday. I went browsing on Tumi's website and I found that they started remaking the Modernist but are calling it by a new name, the Money Clip Wallet. Same great wallet, horribly lame name.
I now carry the Leatherman Style PS daily. It is small enough to not be a burden carrying but big enough to use in your hands. It is not loaded out with tools though. It is a good small set of folding pliers. The scissors are handy too. I actually broke the scissors and had to return them to REI. The little metal rod that springs the scissors broke off. They still worked but I returned them because I could.
I carried a Swiss+Tech Micro-Tech 6-in-1 for three months. I tried to use it when I could. It ended up being too small for practical use.