Trending: Leatherman Skeletool CX

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Trending: Leatherman Skeletool CX

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Many EDCers have discovered the practical size and utility of Leatherman's Skeletool CX, making it one of the most popular full-sized multi-tools over the past few years. Thanks to a functional design and lightweight build, it hits that sweet spot for anyone looking to EDC both a multi-tool and a competent folding knife, making it the perfect feature for this week's Multi-tool Monday. Despite its small size the Skeletool packs a punch. Thanks to its compact, skeletonized body it manages to weigh only 5 ounces for ease of carry. You can also access all the tools with one hand, making it perfect for the solo handyman. A key Skeletool feature is its 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. Its other tools include wire cutters, pliers, and and a carabiner/bottle opener which lets you attach it to a pack or pop open a beverage rounding out its complement of everyday essentials. If you've yet to experience its utility, now is the perfect time to add one to your carry, available at the link below.

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I used to carry a Leatherman Style PS, but I kept forgetting it was in my pocket and it would end up in the wash. Now with my Skeletool I keep it clipped in the left front pocket. Rock solid design and I use it every day.
One of the most favorite compact tools
On my pocket more often than other Leathermans.
Ideal for almost all works except, probably, the most heavy-duty ones
My next one... It's ordered
The CX's blade has no serrations, nor does it come with a glass breaker. You're thinking of the Skeletool RX.
Correct, I was thinking the same thing while reading