Skip to main content

View Diary: Are YOU ready for disaster? Part 5 of 5 - Conclusion (223 comments)

Comment Preferences

  •  having sharpened steel... (4.00)
    ...all my life, and I'm 60 now,I will say that Gerber blades take the best edge I have ever sharpened. Plus the Gerber design for a multi-tool is more effective than the Leatherman.  The Gerber costs more, and it worth it.

    don't always believe what you think...

    by claude on Tue Sep 20, 2005 at 06:31:23 AM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    •  one-handed access (none)
      The two things that sold me on the Gerber in the first place were the serrated blade (which Leatherman, at the time, didn't offer) and the one-hand-accessible design.

      I still like being able to get to everything with one hand, without letting go of whatever I was working on.  And you're 100 percent right about the blades.

      •  Leveling the playing field (none)
        The Leatherman Charge Ti and XTi have been designed for one-handed access to lock-open blades and one-handed opening.  They also use a new steel alloy for the blades that appears to be the better of anything else I've used, including Gerber folders and my expensive-but-worth-it river knife.


        You are so evolved it boggles my fragile little mind. Now give me a 4, fucker. (Bill In Portland Maine, to Meteor Blades)

        by AlphaGeek on Tue Sep 20, 2005 at 09:02:52 AM PDT

        [ Parent ]

Subscribe or Donate to support Daily Kos.

  • Recommended (149)
  • Community (71)
  • Baltimore (68)
  • Bernie Sanders (49)
  • Freddie Gray (38)
  • Civil Rights (38)
  • Elections (27)
  • Hillary Clinton (27)
  • Culture (24)
  • Racism (23)
  • Education (20)
  • Labor (20)
  • Media (19)
  • Law (19)
  • Economy (19)
  • Rescued (18)
  • Science (16)
  • 2016 (15)
  • Politics (15)
  • Riots (14)
  • Click here for the mobile view of the site