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As todays's FP says, I nver go anywhere without a Leatherman, cable ties and duct tape.

What about you?

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After being introduced to these I will never leave them behind again when going to somewhere which involves sunblock and / or saltwater.  Anyone who has accidentally glanced the lens of their polaroids with a handful of factor 50 out on a flat or taken a face full of salt water boat spray on the way to the flat will know.  The first time it happens you soon discover that the cool branded cleaning cloth your specs came with is nothing more than an insult designed to smear the sunblock and salt even further.   :angry:
Cable ties, tape, superglue and multi tool are there too.


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Preston slip ptfe liquid.
Knots are properly seated then.

Rich, I use those wipes too, the shit.
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I never go anywhere without a Leatherman, cable ties and duct tape.

...and snooker ball, gimp mask and nipple clamps.. :D
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Headlamp and a rain jacket here.  Leatherman also...
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PostIcon Posted on: Jul. 29 2012,07:25 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Scissors, for mustache trimming, finger nails and knots.
Diamond file for finishing off the nails and hook points.
Cable ties.
Sunglasses and lens wipes (Yep bloody good stuff).
Sun sticks.
I used to have a Gerber fisherman's pliers, the best ever in its hard plastic pouch, but some barstool out on the islands stole it. I have not been able to find a replacement - they leave Leatherman tools for dead.

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Agree! I have one of those (Gerber), they are great. I have a Leatherman 200 too, the Gerber is better.
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It seems like I need to get some wipes - if I can find them here in Denmark :-)

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If it moves - and shouldn't, use duct tape...
If it's stuck - and should move, use WD40...
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I used to have a Gerber fisherman's pliers, the best ever in its hard plastic pouch, but some barstool out on the islands stole it. I have not been able to find a replacement - they leave Leatherman tools for dead.

Morsie

Hi Morsie

This one? Gerber fisherman

Do you think the replacement might be as good? Gerber flik fish

I always have a multitool (leatherman) in the car as well as cablestrips, ducttape, and wire (someplaces cableties will melt if used  ;) ) as well as toilet paper  :p

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The fisherman is the one I have Lasse.
Very good tool
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