That thing looks amazing!Blerv wrote:http://www.gsi-japan.com/shop/html/prod ... uct_id=133
Not really such a thing as "better" but this is certainly a harder and higher carbon one.
No I completely agree. When I heard there was a Wave with S30V I was super excited until I saw those **** bit drivers. Better hope you never have to reach a screw that's recessed into something. That was a major factor in pushing me to buy a Victorinox Spirit instead of another Leatherman, and that's after nearly 20 years of carrying Leatherman.Jazz wrote:I would disagree that Leatherman has improved. My old Wave is way better than the new. I detest those bits in them now. All the flatheads in the old are very usefull. Sorry for changing the subject. Victorinox SAK's are still the same for good reason.
The images flashing through my mind were of me as a kid, using one of these and destroying the edge by cutting something I shouldn't have been. Worse than that.... imagine a boy scout with an inexpensive pocket stone trying for hours and hours to get a sharp edge back on that thing.Blerv wrote:I keep looking at it. As you said, the list at this point is almost stressful.
*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!