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SHIN MYUNG GLOVIX
ShinMyung Bldg. 3F.
I have used my Leatherman Wave for some time now. I like the two different style blades. One is a full length sharp blade while the other is a more serrated style blade that is handy for certain cutting tasks. Additionally it has a saw blade that is very agressive and a file blade that has a course side, and a fine side. The extra blades are tucked away a bit. A slotted screwdriver, a swappable phillips / blade screw driver, a can opener, and a fine screw driver that can be used for tightening a pair of glasses or a tiny phillips screw. The plier is not spring loaded which I noticed the Wingman is. I have had the Wave long enough to wear the case out, and I am on my second case now. It is a very good tool and worth the money I paid for it. The overall closed length is 4 inches and the knife blade is 3 inches. The only criticism I have for the Wave is that the tools are somewhat difficult to pull out for use which means I am always breaking my fingernails getting to them. The knife blades are easy to access though, and they lock up tight for good safety.
Dear Thomas R.,
I would not risk using the Leatherman (Wave or other models) in seawater, I don't believe it can withstand that kind of use and would definitely rust. You could probably use it to cut fish hooks if you're talking the small regular kind (not the big ones you use for swordfish etc....). I don't fish so I can't say with 100% certainty about it's cutting ability but I'd look for something else to use as an underwater tool.