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[Amazon.ca] Gerber Dime Multi-Tool $15.26

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[Amazon.ca] Gerber Dime Multi-Tool $15.26

Mixed reviews when compared to the Leatherman Squirt but for the price (Amazon dynamic pricing so YMMV) it's a great EDC pocket-sized multi tool that I won't cry over if (when) I lose it.

Enjoy!
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Thanks. Ordered 2.
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I got one and the flat head warped the first time i used it. other than that its handy for little things here and there nothing heavy duty
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soupmaster666 wrote: For $15 it's worth buying one to throw in the glove box or backpack. Just don't take it through customs anywhere.
LOL, why would this be an issue with Customs? Pretty sure they aren't too concerned about a multi-tool.
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oilerjet wrote: LOL, why would this be an issue with Customs? Pretty sure they aren't too concerned about a multi-tool.
It has a blade, but I know you're joking
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indeals wrote: It has a blade, but I know you're joking
Customs is not CATSA, aka airport security. Customs doesn't care if you have a multi-tool.
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Really poorly made product. I'm sorry i bought these.
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Can these be brought into our check-in luggage?
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Thanks OP. Bought one for my glovebox.
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oilerjet wrote: Customs is not CATSA, aka airport security. Customs doesn't care if you have a multi-tool.
You right, I assumed caught at the airport with this thing.
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Thundercloud wrote: Really poorly made product. I'm sorry i bought these.
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What is this picture supposed to show?
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Seems he tried to use the wire cutters. IMO $15 is better spent towards a Leatherman.
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I bought these last time they were on sale\
Mine work perfectly fine for what they are
I'm happy with them for the $15 I paid
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aquariaguy wrote: Can these be brought into our check-in luggage?
You can have almost anything (including guns, if legally owned, of course) in your check-in luggage if you fly inside Canada. I think you meant "carry-on". The answer is yes, you can have it in your carry-on too (or attached to your keychain), since the blade is shorther than 6 cm
https://www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca/en/item/k ... -over-6-cm
https://www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca/en/item/multi-tools
Of course, some idiots working for CATSA don't know their own rules, that's why you'd better bookmark these links, in case you bump into one.
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-KILO- wrote: I bought these last time they were on sale\
Mine work perfectly fine for what they are
I'm happy with them for the $15 I paid
Yes, I can 2nd this, great for the price and no problems to keep on a keychain.

If you want something more rugged, you need to step up to a Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier [22-01471], but this won't be carried on your keychain.

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