Tuesday, May 12, 2009

First Wave of Fixers

I have almost three dozen Fixers done in this first wave. Will have the next wave either Wednesday or Thursday.

Sold out for now, thank you folks!

Fixer specs:

5/32" thick S30v steel
3.375" OAL
1.375" cutting edge
1" from tip to end of blade measuring along the top edge
6 American wrench sizes 1/4-9/16"
1/4 Hex opening mainly for sheath retention and fine tactile manipulation
Kydex sheath with bead chain

DO NOT USE THE WRENCHES WITHOUT THE SHEATH COVERING THE BLADE.

23 comments:

Logan said...

Wahoo! I got one! I have been waiting and refreshing this page ALL DAY... This will be my first Atwood blade... Thanks in advance Mr. Atwood!

Ben said...

Thanks Peter! I snagged one!

xarynt said...

Thank you! Looking forward to using it.

matt said...

Woo Hoo! Got one! I guess it pays to be at the computer working late. Thanks Peter!

davecmoc said...

I have been refreshing all day and took a break for dinner. Came back twenty minutes later and thought I missed them!

Thank you Peter! Looking forward to my first Atwood blade as well.

Neale said...

I got lucky on this one, I've been off the computer the last 7 hours! This one looks great.

What material is it? Did I miss that?

Belush 2 said...

WooHoo Yeeowzaah,
Just like everyone else, I've been over heating my computer with extra hours, and wearing out the refresh button!! Been off the last hour to let it cool off...came back just in time, must have gotten the last one cause the sale was closed after I finished with PP...Pretty sure I got one...

cobra4246 said...

I landed one WOW. Do I feel lucky
Thank you Peter

phoenix stu said...

whoa, I cannot believe that I missed this.

York said...

Darn it. I've been waiting all day for this. I guess I'll have to skip dinner next time.

onceuponanace said...

Thanks again Peter for all your hard work and great tools.

Like a kid in a candie store with a smile from ear to ear.

Thanks again

saranic said...

congrats to the ones that scored

codec said...

Congrats everyone! I really REALLY want one of these :)

Great work! How many waves are coming?

LZ said...

Woohoo....I managed to snag one too....even though I had myself convinced I was going to pass on them....I just couldn't resist, the little buggers are just so cute ;)

Thanks for another very cool tool Peter....you seem to be a bottomless pit of creative genius :)

Jon said...

What're the dimensions on the Fixers? I hadn't seen them listed. Thanks!

phoenix stu said...

Here ya go Jon.

3.375" in length, made of S30v steel at 58-59 Rockwell. Features include a 1.375" cutting edge and six standard American wrench sizes ranging from 1/4-5/8".

Jon said...

Thanks Stu, much appreciated!

GaryG said...

I was luck enough to have a friend call me on these. He has a mini-prythingy and well, this one will be great while I look for one of those! They will compliment(sp) each other nicely!!!

Mark said...

Peter-
Damn... Leave the PC for a few hours BAM, they're gone. Is the Kelpie going to production? Pleeease! I love the utility of a cutting edge and an opener.

Thanks-

Mark

vegassprky said...

this is a great design that will be desired for a long time. Great job Peter!!!! :D

codec said...

Is it wrong to be afraid to walk away from the computer? LOL!

xarynt said...

Love my fixer. Thank you.

Indy Fab fan said...

Almost two months now since I was fortunate to catch the first wave of fixers. It's a great tool and I find that I am using it every day (and that's with a desk job.)

Still holding out that you might revisit the bike tool. But no complaints. Love your work.