If you’re an outdoors adventurer, DIY-er, PC builder, or just like to be prepared for anything, you need a good multitool. The Leatherman Wave and SOG PowerLock are both reliable, sturdy, well-built and popular choices, but if you could only have one, let’s decide which deserves to live in your carry-all.
If you’re the type to carry around a Leatherman, you’re probably the type who feels a little odd when you don’t have some tools on you. TSA loves to confiscate even tiny tools, like a Leatherman Squirt. So, over on Boing Boing, they show you how to bring that multitool into compliance.
If you need to do a quick repair on the go or in your home, a trustworthy multitool is a good thing to have. Earlier this week we asked you which multitools you thought were the best. We took those nominations, highlighted the most popular multitools, and put them to a vote. Now we're back to feature the winner.
If you carry around a multitool in your bag or pocket for quick fixes, repair work, or just in case you need a sharp edge, a screwdriver, or pair of scissors, you’re in good company. Many of you do, and this week we wanted to take a look at some of the best available—the ones that pack useful tools, are still…
Whether it's a pocket knife, a Leatherman, or a Cybertool, many of us carry a multitool in case we suddenly need a sharp edge, a screwdriver, a corkscrew, or another tool to make a quick repair. This week, we want to know which ones you think are the best, most portable, and packed with the most useful tools.