Category Archives: leatherman

Is A Knife-Less Leatherman Still a Leatherman?

Leatherman’s Knifeless Fuse has pretty much everything you might need in a multi-tool: Needlenose Pliers, Regular Pliers, Wire Cutters, Hard-wire Cutters, Wire Stripper, Small Screwdriver, Large Screwdriver, Phillips Screwdriver, Scissors, Wood/Metal File, Bottle, Opener, Can Opener, 8 in | 19 … Continue reading

Leatherman Freestyle multitool finally to be released

Tool Guy D looks at the new Leatherman Freestyle multitool, scheduled for a May release. Inexplicably, it appears they’ve ditched the screwdriver, which might make it all thinner, but would seem to diminish the usefulness of a multitool quite a … Continue reading

Leatherman tools that cost lots of money

Leatherman’s 25th annivesary Argentum collection adds an ornate Victorian touch to its range of miniature multi-tools. Ranging from $12,000-$40,000, the fanciest of them are obviously just for show, though they are all fully functional. I’m in two minds. Firstly, they’re … Continue reading

Leatherman Freestyle: A Cheaper Skeletool

The Leatherman Skeletool was near the top of most of my admittedly-multi-tool-obsessed friends’ wish lists this Christmas. Too bad it still hasn’t made it to market. (Amazon is currently projecting a mid-March release.) Now Leatherman is showing off an even … Continue reading

Outdoor Retailer Summer Market Walkthrough: SPOT PLB, Skeletool CF, and More

Equipped.org took a trip to the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market ’07 and reported back with highlights from the world of camping and survival. (Including, as my friend Fibiger initially pointed out, the carbon fiber version of that upcoming Leatherman Skeletool.) … Continue reading

Leatherman Skeletool: Lightest Full-Sized Multi-Tool

My friends at Popular Mechanics got a sneak peak at the upcoming Leatherman Skeletool, a delightfully monikered multi-tool that lives up to its name. Take a look: where all non-essential surfaces, Leatherman has carved out holes in the metal, leaving … Continue reading