How about a Leatherman Micra
I vote Kershaw or CRKT
I carry a Kershaw Leek at home and a 1985ST at work.
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It's a Kershaw "Needs Work". I don't even know if they still make it. I bought it about 12 years ago off Ebay because they weren't even in Canada yet. It's served me very well ever since. Not everyone likes a perfectly flat cutting face though. For stuff that would destroy ANY good blade, I use utility knives with disposable blades.
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I don't think people realize how hard I am on stuff. LOL. Put it this way: When I worked at the hunting/fishing store, I'd have tackle/gear reps hand me new stuff and tell me to go use it for the weekend. If I brought it back after 2 days of use and it wasn't broken, they considered that a success and more than durable for the average shmuck to use.
I've broken every Spyderco folder I've ever owned (4 of them). I've broken 50% of every Kershaw folder I've ever owned (3 of those). I've severely warped 2 Benchmades. I've had the same Buck-Strider knife within reach almost 24/7 for the last 10 or so years and it keeps on trucking. But again, I don't think they make them anymore so unless you want to pony up $600 for a true Strider the used market will be your best bet.
I honestly think you'd have a tough time wrecking a Kershaw or Benchmade. The Buck folders are pretty decent too. I don't remember breaking many of those other than 2 110's for sure.
I'd rather make a difference than a dollar.
I have been abusing a Leatheman Juice for years on the job site and it's held up well. The plier's get used as much as the blade. It's small enough to carry in your pocket withought nut damage. Not sure if they still make it.
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