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Leatherman 831102 Super Tool-300 Multitool with a Sheath

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  • All locking blades and tools, comfort-sculpted handles
  • 420hc clip-point knife with straight edge and 420hc sheep's foot, serrated knife, needlenose pliers, regular pliers
  • Wire stripper, electrical crimper, 5/16-inch screwdriver, 7/32-inch screwdriver, 1/8-inch screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver
  • Wood/metal file, saw, bottle opener, can opener, awl with thread loop
  • Removable wire cutters, handle cutouts for easy blade access
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number LEA831102
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions10 x 7 x 3 inches
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Item model number831102
SizeOne Size
ColorStainless Steel
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Warranty Description25 Years
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #2,875 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 19, 2003
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Product Description

Product Description

The SuperTool 300 offers a full featured Leatherman and a great value. It's a full size multi-tool with all of the tools that you could need.


An all-in-one tool for adventurers, contractors, and gadget-lovers of every kind, the Leatherman Super Tool 300 offers the durability and versatility you need to tackle a full range of tasks. Housing 19 tools in a compact, easy-grip body, the Super Tool 300 includes two sets of high-torque pliers, two knives, three wire cutters, and much more. Up for any challenge, this powerful stainless steel multitool is as versatile as they come.

The Super Tool 300 includes:
  • Clip point knife
  • 420HC sheepsfoot serrated knife
  • Needlenose and regular pliers
  • 3 wire cutters
  • Wire stripper
  • Electrical crimper
  • 4 screwdrivers
  • Wood/metal file
  • Saw
  • Bottle and can openers
  • 9-inch / 22-centimeter ruler
  • Awl with thread loop

Easy-grip handles and a convenient wire stripper simplify a difficult task.
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Stainless steel, ruler-lined handles enable measurements on the spot.
19 Tools Provide Unbeatable Versatility
Just think of how many times you've wished for a multitool on the trail or at the jobsite. With the Super Tool 300, your dream is now an affordable reality. With everything you need in one portable package, this 19-tool gadget is sure to be a favorite with contractors, adventurers, and hobbyists alike.

Recommended by Scouting Magazine, Military Times, and Popular Science, the Super Tool 300 includes multiple types of the most commonly used tools. With two sets of extra-strong pliers (needle-nose and regular), two knives (clip-point straight edge and sheepfoot serrated), three sets of wire cutters (removable standard cutters, removable hard-wire cutters, and stranded cutters), and four screwdrivers (5/16-inch, 7/32-inch, 1/8-inch, and Phillips), this multitool has more than enough capacity to handle a range of common applications.

The Super Tool 300 also comes with a wire stripper, electrical crimper, wood/metal file, saw, bottle opener, can opener, ruler, and awl with thread loop.

Designed for Long-Term Comfort, Portability, and Safety
To ensure optimum control and comfort, the Super Tool 300 is designed with rolled slope-top handles. These stainless steel handles are comfort-sculpted for your hand, allowing for relaxed all-day use. Ideal for when you're wearing gloves, the handles also feature large side cutouts that make it easy to grab the inner components. And to keep things safe, a locking system keeps the blades and tools securely in place both during and between uses.

Measuring a compact 4-1/2-inches when closed and weighing just 9.6 ounces, the Super Tool 300 is a lightweight way to keep a toolbox worth of tools at your side. And with a protective universal nylon-and-leather sheath, this multitool is easy to take anywhere.

What's more, with the Super Tool 300, you can look forward to years of reliable performance. The tool's stainless steel body and handles offer superior resistance to the wear and tear of busy jobsites and outdoor expeditions.

What's in the Box
Leatherman Super Tool 300 multitool, nylon-and-leather sheath.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

For a basic, heavy duty full size multitool, I highly recommend the Super Tool 300.
Michael T. Kinner
What can I say another great product from Leatherman. it has all the tools you could want.
Mark Pass
This all being said, this is a great tool and recommended as an EDC (every day carry).
Eric Melvin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 134 people found the following review helpful By Michael T. Kinner on October 30, 2009
What a great tool. I am a huge fan of the Super Tool 200, which i still use, so I will use that as a comparison. I've had the 300 for about a month and a half, so it is still in the break in stage, as it is quite stiff to open and close. A quick usage background on myself, I work as a mechanic/technician on vehicles and equipment ranging from utility ATVs to diesel engines to heavy equipment, including road service calls. I wear and use this tool daily. It holds up extremely well in rough industrial shop environments. My Super Tool has seen battery acid, hammering, prying, twisting steel banding among other things, being dropped on concrete, and it still works wonderfully.

Noticeable improvements: My well broken in 200 has the problem of flinging the blade out when I open the tool. They corrected this problem on the 300 by inserting a small detent to create a positive stop at the inner base of both the straight and serrated blades.

The cutaway to access either blade is much bigger. Makes it easier to open the blade, given the extra small bit of effort required with the addition of the detent stop and if you wear utility gloves.

The plier head is much stronger and wider with replaceable wire cutter blades. The plier jaws on the 300 are square cut and thicker instead of rounded over like the 200. (just remember to use threadlocker when you re-install the torx screw after blade replacement)

The depth of the handle is noticeably bigger, though not by much, adding a more solid, bulky feel in my hand. I have relatively large hands and it is very comfortable.

The phillips screwdriver is stronger with a more beefed up shank.

The saw blade is slightly wider, adding more strength.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By David Singleton on January 24, 2011
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...and I've owned several versions.
Replaceable wire cutting blades are a great idea, especially since I screwed up my Leatherman Wave at one point, and had to spend hours with a diamond file to get it to open and close correctly.
Good size for larger hands, oval jaws add gripping force, handles are rounded just enough to not cut your palm and fingers to shreds if have to grip something tightly, Philips head screwdriver is hardened so doesn't round off easily.
Multipocket sheath that came with it was a nice bonus, holds the few things that the Leatherman doesn't have: small flashlight, compact razor knife (gerber), small Sharpie, and small crescent wrench. Great for day-to-day repair & maintenance (computer network guy)
Also although not designed for it, the hex bit adapter that fits the Wave will work in this plier too.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Tim Nielsen on August 31, 2011
I'm actually about to purchase a different leatherman to replace this one. I absolutely love my Super Tool, but it does have one major flaw. To access the blades, you have to flip open the pliers, use a nail dent to pull out the blade, then flip the pliers closed. When I tried it out in the store, the salesperson recommended that I get a leatherman where you could access the blades without having to open the whole thing up, but I didn't take his advice. Now, after using this tool daily for over 10 years, I see his point. This tool has held up flawlessly, and is perfect in almost every way, but opening the knife blade on this (which is the one tool I use on this the most) is a major pain. It got bad enough that I would carry a separate knife that I could get out much quicker. I'm going to buy a Leatherman Wave instead for daily use, and keep the super tool in my car for infrequent use.

I would give this tool 5 stars if it had a blade accessible from the outside, but I can only give it 3 stars because it will bother you if you use it a lot.
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34 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Paul on May 31, 2011
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I live in Tasmania, Australia and received my package today after a little over two weeks, so as you can image I was very excited when the mail arrived.

I bought my father an original Supertool years ago and had played around with a friends Supertool 200 which I really loved. I can only say I'm very disappointed with this tool - for a number of reasons I'll now explain.

First thing; the packing box could have contained more packaging. It just had a single air-cell meaning the contents were more or less free jump around. They wer epacked very loosely. Incidentally I also bought a Smiths sharpener which is brilliant value. So these two items were wot very secure at all. Pretty darned poor actually and I've given feedback to Amazon about this.

I removed my Leatherman Supertool 300 from it's little cardboard box and it was covered with fingerprints, grimy and franky very smudgy which instantly put me off. It kind of looks like someone had been playing around with it before despite it supposedly being brand new. It also had some black fibers embedded on it indicating someone had used it in a sheath before. I read another review somewhere on here where someone else had similar problems (with fingerprints etc.) with the same model so I guess it's not only me with this issue.

The end of the pliers were ground off a little on one side more than the other. This means they weren't flush (neat) on the ends, one side was uneven. This has implications if I wanted to say wrap wire neatly around the end of the pliers. This is just bad quality control in anyone's language and is definitely a factory issue they need to look at. I rushed into Hobart and looked at a model in one of the shops. The pliers were perfectly neat and machined unlike what I received today.
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