It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

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    It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

    I'm not sure this is something I'd buy as a watch but I'm fascinated nonetheless.
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    Re: It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

    I actually think that as a bracelet this is kinda cool, in a utilitarian sort of way. Obviously, the watch isn't anything special, though.

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    Re: It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

    I was curious, so I followed your link and watched the video.

    The Leatherman all in one pliers are great but their reaching too far on this one, just imagine trying to turn a screw holding a watch band, especially one with a bunch of sharp
    do dads, and let’s not forget the bottle opener...ouch!

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    Re: It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

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    Re: It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

    I think it looks ridiculous without the watch. Even with the watch it is still pretty ugly.

    I have a Leatherman that is over 20 years old and still works great, even the leather sheath is in good shape. Having said that, you couldn't pay me to wear this watch.

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    Re: It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

    Well, I like it! Interesting to have a bracelet with a secret identity, and I can imagine situations where it might actually be useful (since I rarely have tools on my person).

    Thus its main utility would be its ever-presence. But since it would, at best, be only one watch in a rotation for a WIS, I will most likely pass.
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    Re: It's a watch. It's a multi-tool. It's both!

    it looks like a lawsuit waiting to happen
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