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    tom bihn tool bag

    this mini clear organizer pouch makes a great tool bag! i carry an led flashlight and a victorinox multitool in mine :)
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    Excellent suggestion, maverick! Thanks for the pictures! Maybe we should have a contest: what's the most creative/inspired/efficient use of a Clear Organizer Pouch?
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    sometimes, a different set of tools are required...
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    your dentist will appreciate that you carry and regularly use these precision tools...
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    is that an inova flashlight

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    Quote Originally Posted by puddin View Post
    is that an inova flashlight
    it is indeed :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    it is indeed :)
    :)

    i still have my inova x5 from years back. built like a tank, nice floody light. only wish is that it was regulated. i like their new line of lights and may pick one up.

    i got a surefire e2L cree version for xmas a year back, love that light! perfect floodiness and throw for an all-purpose light, as well as the right amount of lumens to be bright, but still be ok for close up work. the new e2L has 2 settings, a 3 lumen and then full brightness. i prefer a single clicky though. one level of light.

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