- Category: 2005
- Published: Tuesday, 29 November 2005 01:00
- Written by Spork60
What I was after was a SAK to that would replace the full sized screwdrivers that I normally carry in my Laptop bag; I thought a stripped down Cybertool might fill the bill.
I envisioned a knife with the compactness of a Scientist and the screwdriver bits I need on a daily basis to handle computer case screws.
The resulting knife ended up wider than anticipated. The removal of the cap lifter/can opener layer did not result in a significant reduction of thickness due to the width of the bit holder/bit case layer. I am left thinking that I could have saved myself the trouble and used the knife in its factory configuration.
Here it is between a Cybertool 29 and my home brewed Scientist:
The bit wrench/bit case layer has some specialized parts associated with it. There are two wishbone shaped springs and two special liners.
The special liners cannot be omitted as they form a stop/support for the bit case when it is in the closed position.