At home: never. At work: several times a week, where it’s honestly the best tool for the job.
OldHoosier is right on again!!! They even offer them in titanium. I'm going to get a couple of those for sure. They even have the shorter, stouter version that you can carry on a key chain. They look like a very quality minded company too. Check them out folks!!~!
Although Victorinox has not come out with a singular pry bar tool, their Spirit multi-tool’s large screwdriver/bottle opener is extra-thick, and one of its listed purposes/functions is as a prying tool/‘crate opener’.JD Spydo wrote: ↑Tue Oct 22, 2019 10:53 amThe more I think about it I'm quite sure that some type of stout, rigid prybar would be great to add to a high quality Multi-Tool.
I've never really given it a lot of thought until these recent threads on prybars have come about>> but a really solid, rigid, stout prybar would have a lot of good EDC uses to it.
I'm kind of surprised that Victorinox or one of the other companies that make really good Multi-tools hasn't implemented something like that.
I’ve had a TI one for a long time and while it is a great tool... honestly I never used it when I carried it. I have a gerber shard on the keychain that also has a bottle opener, etc. so it’s either the shard or a SAK that does the prying for me.
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