Leatherman Tread Wearable Multitool

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The most functionality you’ll usually get out of a bracelet is one made of a bit of paracord. Leatherman’s Tread instead takes the multitool in a different direction by combining stainless steel links that each boast two to three functional tools. Injection molded for strength, the links are rearrangeable and include a variety of screwdriver bits, box wrenches, hex drivers, a carbide glass breaker, and more, coming together in a convenient, TSA-friendly tool that’s always on your wrist. Tread is also adjustable for fitting different sized wrists all, closes thanks to a clasp that doubles as a bottle opener, and even makes up the watch strap for the upcoming Leatherman Tread QM1 timepiece.

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A short hands-on from the Shot Show:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aY5UZPzLb8
I have doubts about it if I compare it to the other LM tools (price, usability, etc.)
I recently used my pals and am awaiting mine. I was very skeptical, but thing is amazing. Practical and it isn't too heavy on the wrist.
It looks really practical, but I don't know if I can justify it's $200 price tag.
It is only $200 in the anodized black. Plain steel is $150, and I can tell you it is well worth it. You can take it anywhere including on a plane.
Personally, I could do without the watch and I likely wouldn't wear this on my wrist, but the concept is just what the doctor ordered for a low-profile TSA-friendly multitool. Kudos Leatherman.
I want to buy the watch part later. Just to have something nice to put on it when I go out. But other than that, it is really useful without the watch.
I'm pretty excited about the timepiece!