"The quality of Leatherman multitools is without question, and this collaboration between the American tool-maker and Shinola only further elevates the former’s already functional style while custom tailoring its uses. The multitool is based on Leatherman’s Charge AL, giving it a matte navy anodized exterior and the addition of two tools: a watch tool for swapping watch straps and a bike hex tool. It’s still equipped with the same tools as the original including needlenose pliers, wire cutters, two knives — one serrated, one straight — plus a saw, scissors, a diamond-coated file, and a bottle opener..." (via GearHungry)
There's no denying the utility and convenience of EDCing a multitool. But sometimes you lose out on all using all their functionality because the included blade is restricted due to local laws or workplace regulations. This is where Leatherman's Knifeless Rebar comes in.
Leatherman, of course, needs no introduction. They're the go-to choice if you need a multi-tool. Their Rebar model comes with 17 tools in a compact, 4” closed, 6.7 ounce package. The tools include multiple pliers, drivers, cutters, and openers built from high carbon, corrosion-resistant 154CM stainless steel.
As its name implies, the knife is removed from this version of the Rebar, letting you EDC it with peace of mind no matter where you go. And you'll be carrying it a long time as the Rebar comes with a 25-year warranty.
Thanks to to the Rebar's compact size, you can prepare for the worst with a single tool you can carry every day. Cover all your bases at work or play by picking one up at the link below.
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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We're right on the cusp of the age of wearable technology, but what about wearable EDC? Sometimes your pockets just won't fit any more tools, and a paracord bracelet (as useful as it is) can't compete with the functionality of a multitool.
The Tread is Leatherman's take on a versatile wearable, with 29 tools including wrenches, drivers, cutters, and openers forged into the bracelet's links out of 17-4 stainless steel. It's corrosion resistant, making it safe against your own sweat and also against elemental damage. Since it's safe from the elements, it has “go-anywhere” durability.
And thanks to its TSA-friendly design, it actually can go anywhere, making it a useful addition to your travel kit. With its linked design, you can also customize the Tread to fit your wrist and tool loadout as you see fit.
It's an ideal complement to any carry, so pick one up direct from Leatherman at the link below in either stainless steel ($165) or a black DLC-coated finish ($220).
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Wingman: your best friend, your reliable partner, your go-to guy for all your needs. And since its debut in 2011, Leatherman's iconic multitool has become just that. The Wingman packs 14 essentials to solve all your everyday problems. Front and center are Leatherman's signature spring-action pliers, bolstered by two stainless steel handles on each side. A 420HC (high-carbon) stainless steel serrated blade tucks into one side, with a pair of scissors on the other. You also get a hefty complement of drivers and utility tools like a package/bottle opener and wire cutters. All 14 tools fold into a compact package under 10 inches and weighing 7 ounces or about 200 grams. It's not as long nor as heavy as its big brother the Wave (10”/241g) making it more suitable for EDC. A multitool shouldn't ever fail you, and the Wingman is designed not to. Make it your everyday carry companion at the link below.