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I've fallen in love with my Gerber Armbar! I've used it daily. I just cant believe they didn't add a pocket clip to it!?
The only big difference between the old Wave and the Wave + is the replaceable wire cutters. I use my Wave + for a lot of little fixes around the house. I keep a couple small multi-tools with my Glock & AR gear. Those 2 don’t get used very much, but it’s good to know they are there just in case.My favorite is the old style leatherman wave, but I never warmed up to the new version after they changed the design some years ago. Still have the old wave, and have gone to the supertool 300 as my second favorite/backup, and for gifts & such.
I will. I read a bunch of reviews from others myself before I purchased it.
I just read 2 things about this bit driver that don’t sound good.
Finally got the ratchet driver today and I would rate it about 7 out of 10.
You just have to remember these types things are made for a quick out of pocket fix. Probably not even permanent.Finally got the ratchet driver today and I would rate it about 7 out of 10.
Good points: 1) Looks good. 2) Operates well 3) Fits well in either of the elastic compartments on the sides of the sheath without sticking out. 4) Bit slot is magnetic.
Bad Points: 1) Overpriced a $38.00 (with tax and shipping included) 2) Only a 2-year warranty. 3) Doesn’t feel very robust; I get the feeling it would break without much more than an average amount of torque put on it.
I think if you don’t mind doing just a little grinding or Dremeling on a similar budget ratchet driver like you can get at Harbor Freight that you would have something just as good for less than half the price. You’d just have to flatten 2 sides of the hex portion to make it fit into the Leatherman bit driver slot. Overall a decent accessory, but not up to the high quality of the Leatherman multi-tool itself. View attachment 244712
You as in we, y'all, you uns, everyone, youz guyz, and such. Putting "muscle" is the last thing these sorts of things are made to do. They will get you out of a bind if you use it that way. If not,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,well you may find yourself in a mess. LOLI see your point. I guess if you really have to put some muscle on a screw or bolt you can always just use the non-ratcheting extender, or no extender at all.
I think you hit this nail on the head with "expectations". You are more adventurous than I. I just put one together a few weeks ago. Screw driver, 15-20 screws, and two nuts was it. Everything else was assembled and ready to piece together.The Charge + that I have is not that fragile at all. It’s done everything I’ve ever expected of it. The last time I used it was to assemble a new propane grill.