Re: BOB Multi Tool
Posted: Sat Aug 24, 2019 2:34 am
Deeps wrote: ↑Sun Aug 18, 2019 4:55 pmWhatever works for you but a BOB is a bag of stuff that you want to be of decent quality because you'll be depending on it if you need to use the bag in anger. A lot of the stuff would be better out the bag and getting used, at least for me. I don't have a BOB for those reasons, I could put together a fair few from my hoard of camping/walking gear but its stuff I use. Like some others I've got a 'GHB' which for me doubles up as a grab bag if I need to evacuate in a hurry to a sports centre for the night or whatever but a BOB, nah, I couldn't be bothered having to rummage through it for a sleeping bag or whatever every time I went camping/walking.DundeePrepper wrote: ↑Sun Aug 18, 2019 2:04 amI'm currently building BOB's for myself and partner - looking for advice on a Multi Tool (Plier type arrangement - or other setup if recommended).
I want something sturdy and reliable, long lasting one will likely be used quite frequently. Covering all the basic tools, knife, spanner, screwdriver etc etc. Can you guys point me in a decent direction, needs to be legal carry UK too so no samurai stuff haha but equally I need it to be useful not a survival toy off of eBay or the likes.
Brand recommendations would be really helpful - appreciate it!
Just my 2 pence worth, go for it if you feel the need for one.
I pretty much agree I’m building more of a go bag I guess. Practical stuff - but they will both have sleeping bags lol... simply for the weather and roads up here, more of a stuck in the car or an “oh let’s go out for a hike day” beers are always involved so nice to have the bits in the bags if it all goes a bit pear shaped