Limited Edition, hand crafted by Jimmy D. and David W. This is the ICE PICK, the tool of all tools.
This item is still in production, full details of it's make up are either top secret or just unknown yet.
I find one of most useful things I carry each day is my ice pick. I began to modify them: to make them more sexy and also to cover the sharp point till i need to use it. Enjoy! Happy Holidays!
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A Tool for the Ages
Posted by DH on Mar 30th 2017
What a treasure! This handmade beauty has a great weight to it. It's sharp as a tack and ready for use. Hope you never get tired of making these, big thanks Jimmy! :o)
DiResta is the best.
Posted by Tim A Daigle on Mar 29th 2017
Love me some Jimmy D and David W... Yuuuge fanboy I am. So I buy the IcePick, cuz it's cool like Jimmy and David.
Posted by Adam on Mar 25th 2017
I was lucky enough to grab one in Feb and it gets used frequently when I'm in the shop. Has a really nice weight to it and is of the quality you'd expect with Jimmy's name on it. Would highly recommend to anyone, especially those who are fans of Jimmy's YouTube channel.
Ice pick review
Posted by Vance Miller on Mar 20th 2017
I recently received the ice pick and I love it. It's strong, nicely weighted and stays sharp for a long time. I've watched everyone of Jimmy's videos and I'm proud to be an owner of one of his hand crafted ice picks. I will be recommending this product to all my friends even if they have no use for it.
Not perfect but damn close
Posted by Mel Patrick on Mar 10th 2017
Bought this item for my hubs for his birthday. We are Diresta YouTube fans and I thought this would make a special present. I was not wrong. The pick arrived safely and for some reason the lock tite wasn't applied but that was easily remedied. Now however, I have had food stolen off my plate, my toe captured by the ring, and the cats belly tickled with the ring as well. He brought it to bed last night "just in case" and I can't imagine what could happen in the middle of the night that would require an ice pick, but we were prepared none the less. Overall I am VERY pleased with the pick and I imagine my 42 yr old husband is practically giddy with it. Thank you Jimmy!
Posted by Thomas Paras on Mar 10th 2017
The craftsmanship here is top-notch, as expected. The pick is needle sharp, the handle is nice and hefty, and the sheath stays true and secure. And it's gorgeous. You'll want to put it on display like a work of art, but doing so would betray its purpose, because this artifact is a tool. It deserves to be utilized, put to its paces, because you know that's what Jimmy would want.
Awesome! Could use a little brother.
Posted by Quentin on Mar 10th 2017
Feels/looks great. I would love to see a version with a shorter handle and pick end for more easily carried outside the shop.
The Tool of all Tools
Posted by Unknown on Mar 10th 2017
Very nicely machined tool. Feels great in the hand, decent weight to it. Nicely revamped edition of a classic tool. Definitely one of the handiest tools in my aresenal. Jimmy and Dave you two done good !
Actually a useful tool
Posted by Andy Ruddock on Mar 10th 2017
I have seen the evolution of the ice pick over the years and thought it was cool but figured it was kinda a novelty item. I wasn't surprised how well it was made, but I was surprised how big it is. Its a great size and weight to be a useful tool. I've already used it several times at work for various things including changing belts on one of our buses. Also makes a good punch for doing leather work, and I'm sure there will be other uses. My next project will ne to come up with a way to carry it comfortably all the time , like a belt pouch or something. Its an excellent tool. Thanks Jimmy and crew, appreciate all you do.
Posted by Sean on Mar 6th 2017
The photos of this do not do it justice. It's much more substantial in-hand, and very well made. Bonus points for the "sshiink" sound it makes when you take it out of the sheathe, and that wonderful "shop" smell that comes from the oil.
Make some more EDC gear Jimmy!
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