A true man's tool

But you’ll have fun figuring out how to carry it.

Price ain’t nice either, but damn…you could do just about anything with that monster. :suckah:

A man with one of these could rule the world. I would never get one, but I approve of its existance.


I’d get one if it wasn’t so damn expensive. o.o

Silly Trillian, you’re not a real man!

Also, I’d get one…but I don’t want to just leave it at home, and it’d be illegal to carry outside here. :frowning:

She’s a woman on the internet. Of course she’s a real man.

What? It doesnt play MP3s or connect to the Internet? What the fuck kind of archaic device is that?

The best one out there.

it does have a key ring so you can carry it on a belt loop.

Think they’d allow it on a plane? I mean, it’s not like it’ll be a big threat; it’s probably nearly impossible to use (unless you throw it).

[QUOTE=]Shipping Restrictions:
We cannot ship this item
outside of the U.S. [/QUOTE]

It’s probably manufactured in the US as well.

  	 				Shipping Restrictions:

We cannot ship this item
outside of the U.S.


No flash memory? :frowning:

MacGyver, you just hopped from a deity capable of doing miracles to an omnipotent being capable of anything

  1. 2.5” 60% Serrated locking blade
  2. Nail file, nail cleaner
  3. Corkscrew
  4. Adjustable pliers with wire crimper and cutter
  5. Removable screwdriver bit adapter
  6. 2.5” Blade for Official World Scout Knife
  7. Spring-loaded, locking needle-nose pliers with wire cutter
  8. Removable screwdriver bit holder
  9. Phillips head screwdriver bit 0
  10. Phillips head screwdriver bit 1
  11. Phillips head screwdriver bit 2
  12. Flat head screwdriver bit 0.5 mm x 3.5 mm
  13. Flat head screwdriver bit 0.6 mm x 4.0 mm
  14. Flat head screwdriver bit 1.0 mm x 6.5 mm
  15. Magnetized recessed bit holder
  16. Double-cut wood saw with ruler (inch & cm)
  17. Bike chain rivet setter, removable 5m allen wrench, screwdriver for slotted and Phillips head screws
  18. Removable tool for adjusting bike spokes, 10m hexagonal key for nuts
  19. Removable 4mm curved allen wrench with Phillips head screwdriver
  20. Removable 10mm hexagonal key
  21. Patented locking Phillips head screwdriver
  22. Universal wrench
  23. Laser pointer with 300 ft. range
  24. 1.65” Clip point utility blade
  25. Metal saw, metal file
  26. 4 mm allen wrench
  27. 2.5” blade
  28. Fine metal file with precision screwdriver
  29. Double-cut wood saw
  30. Cupped cigar cutter with double-honed edges
  31. 12/20-Gauge choke tube tool
  32. Watch caseback opening tool
  33. Snap shackle
  34. Telescopic pointer
  35. Compass, straight edge, ruler (in./cm)
  36. Mineral crystal magnifier with precision screwdriver
  37. 2.4” Springless scissors with serrated, self-sharpening design
  38. Shortix key
  39. Flashlight
  40. Fish scaler, hook disgorger, line guide
  41. Micro tool holder
  42. Micro tool adapter
  43. Micro scraper-straight
  44. Reamer
  45. Fine fork for watch spring bars
  46. Pin punch 1.2 mm
  47. Pin punch .8 mm
  48. Round needle file
  49. Removable tool holder with expandable receptacle
  50. Removable tool holder
  51. Multi-purpose screwdriver
  52. Flat Phillips head screwdriver
  53. Flat head screwdriver bit 0.5 mm x 3.5 mm
  54. Spring loaded, locking flat nose nose-pliers with wire cutter
  55. Phillips head screwdriver bit 0
  56. Phillips head screwdriver bit 1
  57. Phillips head screwdriver bit 2
  58. Flat head screwdriver bit 0.5 mm x 3.5 mm
  59. Flat head screwdriver bit 0.6 mm x 4.0 mm
  60. Flat head screwdriver bit 1.0 mm x 6.5 mm
  61. Can opener
  62. Phillips head screwdriver
  63. 2.5” Clip point blade
  64. Golf club face cleaner
  65. 2.4” Round tip blade
  66. Patented locking screwdriver, cap lifter, can opener
  67. Golf shoe spike wrench
  68. Golf divot repair tool
  69. Micro straight-curved
  70. Special tool holder
  71. Phillips head screwdriver 1.5mm
  72. Screwdriver 1.2 mm
  73. Screwdriver .8 mm
  74. Mineral crystal magnifier, fork for watch spring bars, small ruler
  75. Removable screwdriver bit holder
  76. Magnetized recessed bit holder
  77. Tire tread gauge
  78. Reamer/awl
  79. Patented locking screwdriver, cap lifter, wire stripper
  80. Special Key
  81. Toothpick
  82. Tweezers
  83. Adapter
  84. Key ring
  85. Second key ring

Pfft. Nothing there that couldn’t be replicated using careful use of a hammer. :-p

Where’s the Duct Tape? Where’s the towel?? Where’s the phrase Don’t Panic???::dekar!::

Now there’s a man who knows where his towel is.

Maybe they’ll be released as an add-on later. After all, people will pay oodles of cash for something slightly better than what they already have (as in the GBA SP).

It has everything you need to repair a watch, yet somehow I think using this tool for that purpose would be highly inappropriate.

Offtopic: Actually, one would argue that the GBA SP added some very critcal things: a decent backlight as well as a rechargable battery.

So one wouldn’t say it’s “marginally better”.

Back on topic: fuck stabbing people with that knife, it looks like you could use it as a decent bludgeon.

holy crap, if it wasn’t so expensive i’d get one :stuck_out_tongue:

Backlit screen- a little better, but uncecessary
rechargable battery- so? i’ve got two for my regular GBA
Marginally Better. Don’t like it? Fine. I’ll go with Color Gameboy (not the GBC, I mean the GB with different colored casing)- it sold like hotcakes despite a minor change.

Back on topic, this may be the one swiss army knife that can’t be copied and called a generic “pocket knife.”

WTF, no rollerball pen? Every freaking swiss knife has got to have one!

I’ve been a fan of ThinkGeek ever since I saw their binary display clocks. I’m considering buying a wrist-type one.