Leatherman continues to innovate with their coolest multi-tool yet, the Tread. The Leatherman Tread is a wearable multi-tool that is worn on the wrist, aka a bracelet.  The Leatherman Tread is made of 17-4 steel which is both high strength and corrosion resistant. How many tools can you pack on a survival multi-tool bracelet? 25 to be exact. Read on for more pictures and details. ...

Posted on Nov 26 2012 - 8:15am by Craig
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The Leatherman Raptor was designed for medics/paramedics with specific tools like a strap (seatbelt) cutter, 420HC stainless steel shears, a carbide glass breaker, a ruler, a ring cutter, and an oxygen tank wrench.  I know I am not the target audience by any stretch of the imagination, but I still want...

Posted on Oct 11 2012 - 9:00am by V Ramos
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For the most part, opening a multi-tool with both hands seems quite normal.  Until you have one of your hands busy, I guess.  The Leatherman OHT (One Hand Tool?) Multi-Tool is designed so that the user can open the pliers,...

Posted on Jul 20 2010 - 8:16am by V Ramos
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When Leatherman...

Adrian Pallarols, a rather famous silversmith, has pointed his talent towards the Leatherman.  The designs feature sterling silver and 18K gold and range from $240 to $40,000.  Not sure what to think of a tool that usually costs around $50 being upgraded to $40,000…....

Pyro222 a user at Instructables decided that carrying a Leatherman and his keys in separate bundles was just too much…. and I agree with him.  Very cool “how...

Posted on Apr 18 2008 - 7:48am by Russ
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For the gardener who doesn’t want to lug a bunch of tools out for the simple gardening… the

Posted on Apr 17 2008 - 9:19am by Russ
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What ever reason you use for justifying your pocket multi-tool doesn’t really matter, everyone from IT nerds, to hard core mountain climbers tend to have a favorite they carry.  The main problem, for me anyway’s, was the bulk and weight of the pocket...