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Leatherman Skeletool RX

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In emergency situations where lives and safety are on the line, there isn't any room for compromise. First responders and crisis personnel need reliable tools to do their jobs in danger or under duress. Leatherman has long proven that their multitools are up to the task. With the Skeletool RX, they've tweaked one of their most popular products to be even more dependable while on duty.

The RX comes with 7 essential tools that fold into its high-visibility, Cerakote-finished orange handles. This includes a heavy-duty 154CM blade with a wharncliffe shape for precision cuts and extensive serration to slice through tough materials like leather and clothing. Its bit driver end comes with a tungsten carbide tip ideal for breaking glass, with wire cutters and pliers rounding out its complement of everyday essentials.

The Leatherman Skeletool has long been an EDC multitool staple, and the RX improves its capabilities for the most crucial of tasks. Even if you're not in a predicament, it's a solid addition to your daily emergency bag or first aid kit. Pick one up at the link below.

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I bought one of the first generation Skeletools about 6 years ago. The jaw of the pliers broke off not long after that and I kept the broken tool in my desk drawer. I finally got around to sending it back in for repair this month. No receipt needed, all I had to do was pay shipping one way (around $6). In about 10 days my tool returned and I honestly can't tell if it is a refurb or a new tool. All cleaned up and ready to go. Leatherman's 25 year warranty is the real deal.
Same happened to me on my first -gen Skeletool, I sent it back and they fixed it up like new. I requested that I get the same tool back because I had traveled all over the country with it, and they returned the same tool with new pliers - no questions asked.
Good point Ed. Leatherman makes a point of asking you during the repair process whether your tool has sentimental value. If you mark this 'Yes' they will refurb and not replace with a similar tool. Very cool idea as some folks get their tools as gifts or are handed down - or in your case - a trusted travel companion!
Kind of wish instead of pliers that Leatherman would have put a small pair of EMT shears like the ones on the Leatherman Raptor. I'm not an EMT, but I love those scissors. Have two pairs at the house and they are amazing.
I don't mean to step on any toes but you can get a better price at tactical gear.
You can, but this one is perfect for me. I've been carrying one everyday for like three years now. I used daily the screwdriver and the knife, sometimes the pliers.