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Open in case of emergency the Leatherman Charge

As regular readers will be aware, I like my Leathermans. Here’s why. . . I recall receiving a Swiss Army-type ‘thing’ for Christmas of about 1987 and even at my young age (at the time) I remember thinking what an overloaded contraption it was. Too much stuff. Way too much. And all of it almost too small to be of practical use. Sure, it was a cool novelty because I was a kid, but it was still just that - a novelty.

For use around the farm or on overnight boating trips with my father to Rainbow Beach or on Moreton Bay, it proved to be less than useful. Fiddly, thin little blades which could barely gut a guppy, let alone process the hares I’d frequently despatch with my Brno Model 2. A corkscrew with an end

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