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Leatherman 74204003 Juice CS4


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  • Blue anodized handles feature contour sides
  • Contains 14 tools--including pliers, wire cutters, saw, screwdrivers, and cork screw
  • Scissors feature a serrated tip for gripping materials
  • Stainless steel construction guarantees a long life
  • 25-year warranty
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Technical Details
Part Number 74204001
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 1 x 1 inches
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Item model number74204003
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description25 years
  
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ASINB000059GVG
Best Sellers Rank #504,316 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.6 ounces
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2001
  
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Durability, precision and the latest technology combine to make the Leatherman CS4 the essential compact folding tool for home tinkerers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. A streamlined shape and cool new color also make it easy to spot in your toolbox, glove compartment or tent. Integrated tools include needlenose pliers, straight knife, wire cutters, hard-wire cutters, extra-small screwdriver, small screwdriver, med/lg screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, lanyard attachment, can/bottle opener, corkscrew with assist, scissors, saw and awl punch.

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Packing 14 individual tools into a remarkably compact, metallic blue, anodized-aluminum body, Leatherman's cool new CS4--a.k.a. the Glacier--is a midsize member of the company's exciting, new Juice line of multitools. Only 3-1/4 inches long, and weighing a mere 5-1/2 ounces, the Glacier really is small enough to carry comfortably in your pocket. Like other Leatherman tools, the Glacier butterflies open, exposing the needle-nose pliers/wire cutters/wire stripper, with access to three flat-head screwdrivers, a Philips driver, and a lanyard attachment--the same tools you'll find inside Leatherman's KF4 Solar. The Glacier's handles, however, harbor a different combination of tools that are perfect for picnickers: scissors, a can/bottle opener, corkscrew, a saw, an awl, and a straight knife. Like the entire Leatherman's Juice line, the Solar positively snaps into the open position, and the individual tools are all made of high-grade stainless steel. The Juice multitools do lack the blade-locking mechanism found on Leatherman's Wave, but the blades click crisply into place and hold securely. Looking for a gift for your favorite technophile or gadget lover? You can't go wrong with the Glacier. Made in the USA. --Jon Groebner

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Customer Reviews

Overall, I am impressed with this little tool.
BU2006
I like this multi-tool but I feel that there are better options in the 5oz market such as the Skelitool or the Juice S2.
R Brown
First and foremost, judge this device for what it is: A handy little pocket tool with some very helpful extra features.
William Kious

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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By David S. Rose on March 13, 2002
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WOW! This is an absolutely extraordinary tool. There is no question that I would have to rank it not only as the best pocket knife I've ever used (by a country mile), but also as a definite contender for "product of the year" across categories. I'm the kind of guy who always carries a pocket knife in my back pocket; I've done so for several decades, and have been through virtually every one of the Swiss Army varieties, plus a couple of Leatherman Micras. Since I'm not working on cars or using this as an industrial tool, there's no way that I could (or would want to) fit a full-size Leatherman Wave into my pants pocket. I liked all the tools on the Swiss Army knives, and loved the size, quality and flexibility of the Micra. But then...
...ahh! I came across a Juice display at a retail store, and it was love at first sight! The Juice CS4 is, to my mind, the absolutely ideal combination of size, style, tools, build-quality and functionality that I have ever seen, and without a close second. Let's step through it:
The packageis bigger than a Micra, but much smaller than a full-size Leatherman; about the size of a medium-large penknife. The color is cool blue, which I happen to find quite attractive. The tools are everything you'd expect, and then some. There's an open-spiral corkscrew (the best kind), which actually has an "assist", just like a professional bartender's folding corkscrew. I have *never* seen this on any other pocketknife. The primary fold-out tool is a gorgeous pair of needlenose pliers with wire cutters (unlike the Micra, which only has a scissors), but it ALSO has a strong fold-out scissors on the side. NEAT!
Let's keep going!
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By William Kious on May 19, 2002
I've always been a fan of Leatherman "multi-tools", so my review may be biased toward the positive, but there are a few things I would like to say about the Juice CS4. First and foremost, judge this device for what it is: A handy little pocket tool with some very helpful extra features.
The Juice CS4 is roughly the same size as a Swiss Army type knife, yet its construction lends it to more rigorous use. The tool opens to reveal the jaws of the pliers with a satisfying "click". The bits, blades and other tools slide open smoothly and there is no sway or loose rivets to be found. The larger scissors on this tool will quickly become a favorite!
The most-used tools are available without having to flip the tool open - A feature I love in the Leatherman Wave, and adore in this "little brother" of the Wave.
If I have any complaints about my Juice, it would be about the layout of the tools. To access the saw blade, I have to first open the sewing awl. The same holds true for the corkscrew. The bottle/can opener must be partially open to use the corkscrew (unless there's a function to this feature that I'm unaware of.) Another criticism is that there's no positive locking feature on the knife blade, so great care must be exercised to prevent the blade from folding in on the fingers.
One reviewer commented on the sturdiness of the tool. I highly doubt that the Leatherman company ever expected (or designed) this tool to service a heavy-duty work load. If you attempt to use your Leatherman as a torque wrench, it WILL break! Also, if you neglect the steel, it will eventually rust, a fact that holds true for all stainless steel. However, as a light all-purpose tool, the Juice CS4 is a champ.
Another good element of the Juice is its visual appeal.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Druce MacFarlane on November 24, 2001
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This is a good knife. I have had lots of Leathermen in my time. I am impressed with the construction of this new line that they have created. The construction of this knife leaves all of the other Leathermen I have owned looking sort of amateurish.
I have only three complaints about these knives. The first could be either a complaint or a virtue, depending on your needs. It is a bit smaller than the other Leatherman series. Not as small as the micra, but notably smaller than the Wave, etc.
Second, there isn't a version of the Juice that has a locking mechanism on the blade, which always makes me a little uneasy.
Third, all of the "blades" on the knife are very stiff when you first get it. I assume that these loosen up with use. However, that being said, when I first got it, it drew blood while I was opening one of the attachements (no, not the knife blade, I think it was the can opener). Not that noteworthy, except, the next FIVE people that I handed it to had the same experience, each with a different attachment (and none of them the knife blade). We joked around about it working like a samuri sword, needing to taste blood each time it taken out. Regardless, it was a little disconcerting.
My complaints aren't serious enough for me to not recommend it. All in all, if those points don't concern you, it is a good knife.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Alan Shutko on August 30, 2002
I have the CS4, the Wave and a Supertool. I wear my Wave on my belt all the time. This would be my last choice for carrying around on a daily basis.
The bad: Everything is stiffer than my Wave (even a new Wave). The screwdrivers are harder to get out, since some of the nail nicks are shallow and things start out pretty tight. The blade is short and none of the tools lock. Things are not as thick/robust as the Wave, but it is a Leatherman tool: build quality is high.
The good: Everything's small and nothing locks. This is a tool to carry around when you don't want to carry a Wave. It's got enough tools to handle most situations, including a corkscrew. (Yes, I got it for the corkscrew.) It's got enough stuff to be useful in a pinch, but isn't as generally useful as the Wave.
Basically, this tool won't displace my Wave for most days, but it'll be great when my wife won't let me walk around with a bigger tool.
If you're looking for a general multitool, I'd recommend looking at the Wave or Supertool before choosing this one. The CS4 is slightly more expensive but less usable. If you really need a small tool or the corkscrew, this would be a decent choice for your only tool.
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