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  • Pocket/Rescue Knives.
  • Premier Icon lazybike
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    Need something for work, fed up with those spring loaded box cutters, anyone got any recommendations?

    Premier Icon jam-bo
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    do you often need rescuing from work?

    Premier Icon Toddboy
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    do you often need rescuing from your pocket?

    Premier Icon hairylegs
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    Premier Icon alanl
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    Take your pick from here:
    Lomo Knives

    I’ve got the yellow one – no pointed end so you cant stab yourself with it.

    Premier Icon jimdubleyou
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    Take your pick from here:
    Lomo Knives

    I’ve got the yellow one – no pointed end so you cant stab yourself with it.

    Strangely, +1. It’s attached to my BCD, so in the loft for 50 weeks of the year. Hasn’t rusted. Sharp every time I get it out.

    Premier Icon BigButSlimmerBloke
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    +2 for the yellow lomo for the same reason as jumdub. attached to bcd so regularly immersed in salt water and no rust.

    Premier Icon lazybike
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    Cheers people, Lomo mini looks perfect..

    Premier Icon mattsccm
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    Tell me, I am an old and out of touch sort of chap, when did BDH containers become BCD’s? I am assuming we are talking about those black things that originally held chemicals that paddlers use to stop their butties from going soggy.

    Premier Icon TheDTs
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    BCD

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    BCwhat?

    Premier Icon TheDTs
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    Device

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Lomo Knives

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    I have two – one in buoyancy aid and one in work bag.

    Premier Icon daftvader
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    Does it need to be a rescue knife? What about a small fixed blade or does it need to be EDC?

    Premier Icon plumslikerocks
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    Might be worth checking what your employer’s policy is on self-provided safety knives..

    Premier Icon lazybike
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    Well after a bit of research, I went for the Ontario rat 2, it’s not a rescue knife it’s an everyday carry pocket knife. Good point on the employer’s policy, lets just say it’s not encouraged.

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