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[Amazon.ca] Gerber Dime Multi-Tool, Red $15.55

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[Amazon.ca] Gerber Dime Multi-Tool, Red $15.55

The Gerber Dime tool is on all time low right now. Pretty decent tool to have around in the car, bag or in the pocket.

Red - $15.55
Black - $15.80

12 Tools :
Spring loaded needle nose pliers
Standard pliers
Wire cutter
Tweezer
Bottle opener
Fine edge blade
Retail package opener
Scissors
Medium flat head driver
Coarse & fine file
Cross driver
Lanyard ring
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Aug 8, 2010
276 posts
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got one
needed to replace my old one
thanks!
Newbie
May 6, 2012
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If you need to replace the old one then it's probably not a good quality tool
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ngking1 wrote: If you need to replace the old one then it's probably not a good quality tool
What if he lost it? :facepalm:
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Dec 8, 2008
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Montreal, QC
Bought two, one for me and one for my dad, last one he had was confiscated at the Bell Center
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Jan 27, 2016
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Edmonton, AB
Check out the 1 and 2 star reviews. Doesn't sound like they last if you use them, and that's the whole point. I've completely stopped reading the positive reviews because most of them are the result of getting free stuff.
Member
Mar 1, 2011
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Calgary
Have one already. Compact and take it with me while travelling. Paid for itself many times over. Quality product.
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Aug 30, 2017
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DaSnipe wrote: Bought two, one for me and one for my dad, last one he had was confiscated at the Bell Center
and a good thing too, who only knows what kind of mayhem someone could create with such a formidable piece of equipmentFace With Tears Of Joy

I was refused entry to the ACC until I ditched my nice Victorinox nail file that was on my keychain. Guess they had been tipped off that someone might go on a nail care rampage.

Thanks OP - these look decent for the $ for light duty use and won't send you into depression if you lost it or had it confiscated in the name of public safety.
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Feb 2, 2011
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Hasn't this been lower? $11 IIRC. Still good though.
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Dec 28, 2011
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I've got one, I like it for the price. It's on my key ring and I use all the tools pretty regularly. I use it as a knife for opening boxes, package tool for opening packages, light duty pliers, light screwdriver duty, etc. Don't try to fix your battleship with it and you'll probably be ok. For the price it's a nice lightweight keychain tool that you won't worry too much about if you lose. I have pricy leatherman tools too but this is just right for my keychain tool and handles 80% of my office/condo life multi-tool basic tasks. I wish the scissors were a little better, so I might upgrade to the Leatherman micro but I'll probably wait until I lose this thing or something on it breaks. It's surprisingly good enough.
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Joshthelocksmith wrote: Check out the 1 and 2 star reviews. Doesn't sound like they last if you use them, and that's the whole point. I've completely stopped reading the positive reviews because most of them are the result of getting free stuff.
Buddy you got to stop just looking at the negatives in your life.
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Thanks! These are awesome!

I keep forgetting these are in my stuff at the airport and have to surrender them.

Then I get searched, which I occasionally enjoy. But as they'd say On the Riverbank that's another story...
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Joshthelocksmith wrote: Check out the 1 and 2 star reviews. Doesn't sound like they last if you use them, and that's the whole point. I've completely stopped reading the positive reviews because most of them are the result of getting free stuff.
It's sold by Amazon.ca. Amazon is not giving away free product in return for positive reviews

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