beschizza at January 28th, 2014 11:10 — #1
mcsnee at January 28th, 2014 11:24 — #2
Wow. I've never had anything that I'd describe as an "extreme survival application," but I have to say, that looks like a pretty awesome multitool.
crashproof at January 28th, 2014 11:35 — #3
If butchering the overzealous trumpet vines and mimosas in our backyard is "extreme survival" then this seems like it'd do the job. (As does a regular machete, but it looks 15% less badass doing so.)
timquinn at January 28th, 2014 11:46 — #4
If this thing shows up in act one look out.
cocomaan at January 28th, 2014 11:50 — #5
"Extreme Survival" meaning "on a neckbeard's apartment wall"
da_bird at January 28th, 2014 11:55 — #6
[Insert obligatory joke about surviving the zombie Apocalypse here]
thackbarth at January 28th, 2014 12:03 — #7
What's up with Boing Boing sudden interest in "tactical" "survival" versions of common tools like shovels and bush saws?
fang at January 28th, 2014 12:11 — #8
What about the extreme survival situation of being caught with it by law enforcement?
emo_pinata at January 28th, 2014 12:19 — #9
Personally, I'd want it a little heavier (probably). But then again, I'm of monstrous proportions.
bobo at January 28th, 2014 12:23 — #10
Yeah, or you know, the standard and time tested um.... Axe!
Some things haven't changed design too much because the design works well.
But this one looks all tacti-cool!
jardine at January 28th, 2014 12:43 — #11
I think we know who needs one of these.
funkdaddy at January 28th, 2014 13:31 — #12
Another tool that does many things and none of them as well as the specific tool. But it's for situations you're trying to avoid but hoping you won't, so...
l_mariachi at January 28th, 2014 13:35 — #13
If I’m clearing brush or blazing a trail through the jungle (yeah, I know, as if) I wouldn’t want that hook getting caught on every other vine. A machete would be far preferable. (And incorporating bottle openers into everything is a very silly trend.)
unshaved_weirdo at January 28th, 2014 15:39 — #14
I guess I've had one or two, but they were not in the class of extreme survival applications "that require cutting, chopping or clearing". On the other hand, if all you have is an axe, everything looks like something to chop. I wonder how that would have turned out...
awfulhorrid at January 28th, 2014 15:41 — #15
What about it? I mean how is this that different from an ordinary machete or ax? (Try walking down the street carrying either of those and you'll likely get just as much unwanted attention from Officer Not-so-friendly.) Or is it like the idiotic panic over "Ninja" weapons from a few years ago?
neueheimat at January 28th, 2014 15:42 — #16
Nix nax on the axe, this is a mofo maxete.
sockdoll at January 28th, 2014 17:39 — #17
The NAX 2.0 will never let you down
Rickrolled by an overpriced hipster hatchet?
uxuxu at January 28th, 2014 19:33 — #18
Yeah when it comes to intimidating edged tools I prefer the tried and tested parang (with a fireknife for working at close quarters):
noahdjango at January 29th, 2014 00:34 — #19
I think I just got told.
yes, I have a beard, including on my neck.
yes, I have a machete resting above my doorframe. (I do use it to do yardwork sometimes)
¯\ __(ツ) _ /¯
cocomaan at January 29th, 2014 08:46 — #20
nah, you actually use it for something. the majority of their sales will be to people that will never use it for anything, most especially work.
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