Monday, February 23, 2009

Bullseye's pick of the Week

First of all let me welcome you all to my New Store. Bullseye's Survival Gear offers you the opportunity to purchase items through a secure check out with Amazon. I have added some things that I feel every Prepper should have or at least want to have. Many items I have myself and there are many I still need to add to my cache of prepps. Each week I will choose 1 item to showcase as Bullseye's Pick of the Week. This will be an item that I feel other preppers and survivalists will be interested in and that I think will be useful to them. Amazon, as we all know, has some great prices and I believe this will allow us all to become better prepared and get the most bang for our buck. I hope you will join me in Bullseye's Survival Gear and take your time and browse a bit. I will be adding items on a regular basis as I find items that I feel may be of interest and value to you. So with that information I give you the first of many,
Bullseye's Pick of the Week

Product Description Product DescriptionLeatherman's Micra -- a Tiny Classic
The Leatherman Micra multitool is crafted from 100-percent stainless steel, engineered to the optimum hardness for each individual tool. At a mere 2-1/2 inches when folded closed, this wee masterpiece offers super-sharp spring-action scissors, along with nine additional personal-care features. It's just the right size for key rings or belt loops, so it's always right at hand for speedy access and quick fixes.
Don't let the size fool you. The Micra is tough, sturdy, and truly unique. Good things come in small packages, and this amazing little tool is no exception. It comes in a variety of colors to suit your personal style, or a standard brushed stainless steel finish (this model). This useful item makes a superb stocking stuffer, birthday surprise, or thoughtful present for any occasion.
The Micra comes in an assortment of colors to suit your personal style.
Tools Featured in this Model:
Clip-point knife
Nail file / cleaner
Flat Phillips screwdriver
Extra small screwdriver
Medium screwdriver
Bottle Opener
Ruler (inch / metric)
Lanyard attachment
User Features
When using the scissors, you'll first grip the handles at the thicker ends and swing them open. At first you will notice a bit of resistance, due to the spring mechanism that controls the scissors. To close them, simply reverse the procedure.
To navigate the blades, just open the handles. Then it's easy to use the nail nick to rotate out a single blade. Once the blade is open, all you have to do is close both handles to take advantage of the Posi-Stop feature. Should a blade accidentally start to close, that blade will be stopped by the opposite handle -- for an added measure of strength and safety. For further stability, the Micra has two small tabs inside the handles that interlock when the handles are closed.
The Micra comes with a stainless steel split ring that will allow the tool to be attached to any key chain or lanyard. Or, if you prefer, the split ring can be completely removed and the fixed attachment point can be easily folded inside the tool.


Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Best price I've ever seen on a Leatherman, Bulls. YOU'Re the man!

Great weekly feature to add to the post, Bro! Damn fine job!

Proud to be your associate, Bullseye. Sincerely.

Bullseye said...

Thank you my dear friend. Hope you enjoyed the store too. Hope to showcase things we all need and want to have at a great price. Thanks for coming over brother. Always good to hear from ya man.

scoutinlife said...

Great review!

Mayberry said...

Yup, damn good price on a Leatherman! Cheaper than the china junk version I bought a few months ago....

TEAM HALL said...

Handy as a pocket on a shirt! Mine is a knock-off type.
I like this new segment!!! I hope you continue with it...

Bullseye said...

Thank you all for your comments. This is a great tool at a great price. I will be posting another pick of the week each Monday. Stay tuned...

Ken said...

...great addition to the site...look forward to as always,don't need the multitool tho,i'm SURE i'll need somethin' else soon...

Bullseye said...

Ken, glad to have ya around brother. Update that blog man. We all want to know how things are going for ya, we miss ya brother. Thanks for checking in man.