To celebrate 35 years of their iconic multi-tool, Leatherman, the company that invented multi-tools, upgraded their most popular model. Adding replaceable wire cutters, this evolution shows Leatherman has been listening to its fans. It also gets a 154CM blade, a seatbelt cutter and powder coated aluminum alloy handles.
- Heritage version includes a leather sheath, embossed with the Leatherman name in the classic gold font.
- Large and small bit drivers customize the tool from a great selection of bits.
- Clip-point knife and serrated knife.
- Powder coated aluminum handles with rounded edges for a comfortable grip.
- Bronze bushings for smooth opening of exterior blades, with interior elements that rotate individually.
- All tools have locking elements.
- 2 lanyard rings, 1 fixed, and 1 quick release.
- Included bits: Phillips and flat-tip eyeglass screwdrivers, Phillips #1 and #2 and 3/10in. screwdrivers, hex 5/32 and 9/64in., hex 1/8 and 7/64in., hex 3/32 and 5/64in., hex 1/16 and 0.050, torx #15 and 1/8in. screwdriver.
Blade edge type
Serrated edges are useful for cutting dense material like rope or webbing. They stay sharper longer than straight edges, but can be more difficult to sharpen.
|Straight + serrated|
|Blade material||154CM stainless steel|
|Knife length (closed)||10.2cm|
|Number of knives||2|
|Phillips (cross) driver||Yes|
|Flathead (slot) screwdriver||Yes|
|Blade locking system||Yes|
Reamers are used to enlarge or true a hole that has already exists.
|Wire cutter||Regular and hard wire|
A spike used for making holes in tough materials such as wood or leather.
Used to remove a hook that has been swallowed by a fish.
This type of awl has a hole for thread in the tip.
|Pliers||Needlenose and regular|