Saturday, October 03, 2009

Bead Blasted Mini Prybabies®

Hi Everyone,

I have just a few bead blasted Mini+ Prybabies® available. They are $45 plus shipping and the link is here:

Sold Out! Thanks.

9 comments:

Aaron said...

I love the new smaller stamp on these recent smaller pieces. Very nice.

Aaron said...

Dang, those went fast!

G33S0N6656 said...

I'll have to recoop some money from my previous "Atwood itch" purchase. Peter, have you ever done a prybaby type thing with a blade thats hidden enough that it wouldn't need a sheath in your pocket? I'm kinda thinkin maybe a blade at the back of the bottle opener area, could be used to cut open packages, paracord, or anything.

swiftymkr said...

Yay! I got my first Atwood pocket tool. Can't wait 'till it arrives.

Mr. Whippy said...

Too bad I missed this. I really like the opaque bead blast finish. Stonewash is nice too, but the bead blast has a really nice feel and look

Nickname unavailable said...

Dang, missed it again!

How many of these are in a production run???

Matt said...

Some batches are larger than others, and there is never a set number on releases.

Smiert said...

"I'll have to recoop some money from my previous "Atwood itch" purchase. Peter, have you ever done a prybaby type thing with a blade thats hidden enough that it wouldn't need a sheath in your pocket? I'm kinda thinkin maybe a blade at the back of the bottle opener area, could be used to cut open packages, paracord, or anything."

The closest adaptation I can think of is putting a bit of an edge on the pry notch on a prybaby. It's essentially already a chisel grind -- probably wouldn't be too hard to get it a bit sharper.

Daniel said...

@Smiert The way I see it is if you put an edge on the inside of the bottle opener (which I don't think would be very easy) you would no longer be able to use it as a bottle opener and same with an edge on the inside of the pry notch. You have an atwrench for pry tasks etc and a knife for cutting. (Obviously the fixer being the exception but what is there like 40 of those in circulation)