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Leatherman 375825 Skeletool CX Multi-Tool


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Today's outdoor enthusiasts want to keep weight and volume to a minimum without sacrificing quality and true functionality. While multi tools have multiple options with lots of features, they are often heavier. Pocket knives are light and streamlined but render themselves useless when necessary adjustments call for a tool. The award winning Leatherman Skeletool CX solves the problem; minimal weight, compact size and endless capabilities.Needlenose pliers.Regular pliers.Drop point combination knife.Wire cutters.Hard-wire cutters.Bit driver.Carabiner/bottle opener.Removable pocket clip.Extra Bit/ Bit holder.Includes bits: Phillips #1 and #2, Screwdriver 3/16 in.and 1/4 in.Made of stainless steel, Tungsten DLC coating, 154CM, Carbon fiber (handle).Length: 4 in./10 cm closed.Weight: 5 oz.

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 2.2 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008PGXF3K
  • Item model number: 830849
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #341,465 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The blade is very sharp out of the box, not to mention it's a real blade.
Bootscraper
This tool is a very strong tool that is built with the quality you would expect from a leatherman.
Ben
Light and small enough to pocket pretty comfortably, but it always gets the job done.
Scouting in VT

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scouting in VT on August 6, 2012
I got my Skeletool CX 7 months ago and carry it with me almost everywhere when I'm not at work, even on a business trip (via checked baggage), because it's so handy. The blade is very accessible from your pocket and opens with one hand, securely locked. The blade holds its edge pretty well, only needing sharpening after serious use. I'm pretty fussy about a sharp blade, as I demand the best edge for cooking in-camp. I used it for a week of cooking, plus some whittling, and the edge was just as sharp at the end of the week. The pliers are strong, versatile and quite comfortable, thanks to the curved side for your fingers (sheer genius!). I've used the carabiner a few times to securely hook it to a belt loop when I didn't feel secure clipping in a pocket, but the pocket clip is quite good 95% of the time for me. I've even used the bottle opener a couple times and it works nicely.

The screwdriver is very usable for small-medium jobs. I keep the Phillips blade in all the time, rarely using the flat-head blade. I like that the ready-to-use blade is securely locked in, but can be removed quickly.

My only minor complaint is that the spare flat-head blade fell out of the body-mounted holder and I lost it. But Leatherman service agreed to send me a replacement for free - how's that for great service! I may tape it in next time around? (I would have bought the small bit kit for $5, but the shipping charge made it feel not quite worth it.)

I also like the black CX finish, though you pay a premium for it. I've shown it to a number of people that appreciate good tools and they were all impressed with the looks and functionality and asked how much it was.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Dawg on July 31, 2012
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I have never been a fan of multitools. Their weight and size make them inconvienient to carry and they do not work as well as stand alone pliers, or as good as a real knife. Plus I could never get all the tools out with my fat fingers.

This and the Leatherman Freestyle are different. It is small and light enough that you can carry it in your pocket.

The interchangable bits makes it so that you can easily replace your the bit instead of having to buy a whole new tool.

The 153 CM steel is in my opinion worth the extra cost of the CX model compared to the 420HC Steel in the Stainless.

I have been so pleased with this knife that I am planning to get the Leatherman Freestyle CX as a daily carry knife.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Kearns TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 4, 2012
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I purchased both the Gerber Crucial FAST tool ($40) and the Leatherman Skeletool CX ($65), for my husband and me use use as daily pocket tools. After using both of them for a couple of days, we've decided we like almost all aspects of the Leatherman better.

Both tools have regular and Phillips head screwdriver tips, regular and needle-nose pliers, wire cutters, a bottle opener and an outside knife blade that opens without having to open the tool up. Both are about four inches long when closed, and both are about 5 ounces.

Unfortunately the Gerber has plastic rivets holding the plastic handles on, which are sure to pop off at some point. And the Gerber pliers are slightly wobbly and aren't substantial enough to do anything heavy duty. The one detail of the Gerber I liked better was the half-smooth, half-serrated knife blade. The Leatherman Skeletor CX only has a smooth blade.

The Leatherman also has a carabiner clip built in, which is a quick way to secure it to a belt or backpack with one hand - this is my husband's favorite feature. The Leatherman also has much more substantial, good quality tools that aren't likely to break or bend or pop apart with reasonably heavy use.

Leatherman multi-tools are made in the USA of components from the USA, Western Europe or Mexico. The Gerber Crucial multi-tool is made in China. If I had known Gerber had moved its product manufacturing to China, I wouldn't have purchased it.

Overall, we prefer the Leatherman Skeletool CX for quality construction and durability. All that's left is to work out which one of us will get stuck with the Gerber.
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By Ryan L. on January 31, 2013
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Okay, this thing looks very nice. I'd even continue wearing it in my pocket just for that very reason if those looks held up. The black paint job gets removed very easy and it couldn't have been from much besides rubbing in my pocket all day. The only things I've ever used the knife on are zip ties and tape so why the heck is it chipped? 2 rather annoying chips in the blade after slight usage in the 5-6 months I've had this... thought that is why I got the CX edition (154cm steel) of this thing. Whatever, pros and cons breakdown.

Pros:
*Out of box looks are 2nd to none
*The clip/bottle opener is nice to hook onto a backpack
*Pocket clip works well

Neutral:
*I prefer serrated blades on a multitool, from some pictures I've seen posted by people I thought this would be a half serrated blade but the one I got was not.

Cons:
*Just large enough it's mildly uncomfortable to carry in pocket.
*My blade has 2 chips in it already, I will say they aren't very large but after constant sharpening they're still visible.
*Ergonomics using the pliers feel nice. Although, design feels like I can't put much power into task but pliers are only for the lightest of duty tasks anyway.
*Don't get CX edition for the black finish, it will wear off and scratch easily
*Extra bit for screwdriver is not held down with anything, so I've dropped this twice from waste level and had to spend 5 minutes looking for where it ended up both times
*Curve design makes using the screwdriver impossible in any areas not completely open

Mutlitools are an odd thing. I look at my coworker's Gerber with envy but he looks at mine the same way. I don't feel until using them you are exposed to their flaws.
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