You forgot the Pioneer X.Spydergirl88 wrote: ↑Wed Jan 08, 2020 11:03 pmFrom smallest+thinnest to largest+widest with scissors:
Classic (cheapest and smallest)
Executive (one of my favorites)
Compact (most expensive knife listed)
Climber (same tools as Super Tinker but has corkscrew instead of phillips screwdriver)
Super Tinker (2nd to 3rd most expensive on this list)
That has to do with the Alox handle scales are far more durable than the Super Tinker’s cellidor (plastic) scales, as well as the tools on the Pioneer X slightly thicker and more robust than those on the cellidor-handled SAKs. Also, the small screwdriver on the end of the can opener tool on the Alox models (and the regular models, too) work on some Phillips head screws, if you don’t have a dedicated Phillips head screwdriver.
Joe,JD Spydo wrote: ↑Sat Jan 11, 2020 6:58 pmPersonally I like the full sized Victorinox multi-tools the best. But if I ever was in the market for a smaller unit I would look to Victorinox first.
I'm so sold and jaded on Victorinox's multi-tools I'm not even sure if Wenger ( their main SAK competitor) even makes multi-tools or not. But it wouldn't hurt to look their selection over. Because the SAKs they made for BUCK weren't half bad at all.
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