DIY Magnetic Minimalist Sheath for Multitools

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Introduction: DIY Magnetic Minimalist Sheath for Multitools

Hi, everyone.  Not too long ago I made a ranger band minimalist sheath for my knives and multitools.  After posting that idea on a forum, I got a good suggestion on trying to make a minimalist sheath by magnetic force.  And this video will show what I developed based on that wonderful suggestion.  Hope you like it!

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    n0ukf
    n0ukf

    3 years ago

    I'm seeing nothing but a black box. Please post a proper Instructable with descriptive text and pictures.

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    TheGeek1984
    TheGeek1984

    7 years ago

    I wasn't actually able to watch the video, my app crashes when I try. I was talking about the one in the photo. It looks exactly like mine.

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    comis
    comis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry to hear that, hope you'd be able to watch it. The one shown on picture is Victorinox Swisstool :)

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    TheGeek1984
    TheGeek1984

    7 years ago

    is that a Victorinox?

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    comis
    comis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for watching! There are a few multitools featured in this video:
    Victorinox Swisstool
    Victorinox Swisstool Spirit X
    Victorinox Swisstool Spirit S Black oxide
    Leatherman Surge Black oxide
    The one that is shinny and with most appearance is the Victorinox Swisstool Spirit X, which is my EDC. :)

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    haydendotcom
    haydendotcom

    7 years ago

    I have the same multi tool

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    comis
    comis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    That's cool, and hope your tool is serving you good. :)
    Thanks for watching!

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    neo71665
    neo71665

    7 years ago

    I see an easily lost knife. Might look good on paper but in the real world that thing will get snagged, drop, and you will be none the wiser where it is.

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    comis
    comis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I had been wearing these designs for the past month and am happy to report that after all the running/jogging/jumping/running up and down thousands of stairs on a daily basis, all three designs are fine and I had my tools with me till this day.

    If stealing/snagging is an issue, I'd recommend to go with design #2 or #3 if it is desirable. The effort of taking the tool out of those two designs will be more than taking a tool out of a zipped pouch or a knife/tool clipped onto a pocket.

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    comis
    comis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry, my typo, I should say thousands of stairs for a month, there are only 30+ steps, and I run up and down that daily.

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    neo71665
    neo71665

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Very well might be fine for city life. Out in the country I've had deep sitting pocket clip knives snagged and pulled out without knowing.

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    comis
    comis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    That's a good point, and thanks for the heads up. I can't attest how well will this perform in country setting for long-term usage. Maybe a more traditional sheath or the ranger band carry is a better option that this.