My favorite is the Victorinox SwissTool; The individual tools and blades are very well machined and rounded; Unlike Leatherman tools which I have had enormous troubles with due to their shoddy design and low quality steel. Sorry if this sounds harsh, but when you get THREE SuperTools at different stores at different times, and ALL OF THEM have the same EXACT flaws and kinks, you get a little pissed. All three hard horrible lock failures which was the result or poor machine work. All three had broken serrations, and all three had pliers so soft that they actually bent and locked up when cutting copper wire... COPPER! I mean, the edges of the pliers were dented by the copper, causing them to warp and bend so as to prevent any sort of proper opening or closing of the tool.
The SwissTool is comfortable, all tools are available without opening up the device, which results in a very nice side feature: Flush handling surfaces when using the pliers, because the tools are on the inside. The entire MultiTool (save plier head) is made from Victorinox steel, which is absolutely gorgeous and functional against rust and other problems. The tool is big enough for large hands, and is quite hefty and VERY strong. The handles flex a few MMs when using the pliers under extreme conditions, and the head of the pliers is more or less a stout shape, not fit for needle-nose work. All in all, an excellent tool made from my second favorite cutlery company, Victorinox. Untl Benchmade comes out with a MultiTool that has an M2 plier head and ATS-34 blades, I would go with the SwissTool. Oh yeah, I have also seen them with a black coating at my local Victorinox store, I have yet to see it anywhere else though.
Robert Joseph Ansbro
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