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Leatherman Style CS Multi-tool

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Stainless Steel
  • 420HC clip-point knife blade
  • Includes carabiner/bottle opener, spring-action scissors
  • Also includes nail file, tweezers, flat/Phillips screwdriver
  • Stainless-steel with glass-filled nylon scale
  • Outside-accessible tools, key ring attachment
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Product Description

The handy Leatherman Style® CS is one unique clip-on multi-tool. With spring-action scissors, a file, knife, tweezers, bottle opener and mini-screwdriver, you'll never be without your most necessary tools. Fits in a pocket or clips on your pack or bag for easy portability. So stylish it's almost a shame it fits so easily in your pocket.Carabiner/Bottle Opener..Tweezers..Features:.Outside-accessible Tools..Key Ring Attachment..Material: Stainless Steel Body/ Glass-filled Nylon Handle..Size: 2.98 in | 7.58 cm (closed). / 1.6 in | 4.06 cm (blade length)..Weight: 1.45 oz | 41.1 g.

Product Details

Color: Stainless Steel
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 1.2 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0032XVNMQ
  • Item model number: 831207
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (439 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,730 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

Customer Reviews

Very well made.
Overall, very nice for what it is - a keychain tool that is actually small enough that you would use it as a keychain, and good enough that you would use it as a tool.
someone special
File is great, knife is top-notch, tweezers work well, and the bottle opener is terrific.
Cary C. Dunlap

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Ivan Hernandez on May 29, 2010
Color Name: Stainless Steel Verified Purchase
I bought this tool, to be a companion with it's big brother, an skeletool, witch I carry everyday. I need a tool with me all the time, because I work with computers. But I needed something smaller, just for the times I don't wish to carry a heavy tool. This is NOT a heavy duty tool, just for emergency use. I feel that the supposed screwdrivers are not for even moderate use, and the bottle opener doesn't feel very tough, but it does its job well. Anyways, my skeletool, doesn't have scissors, and these are excellent. The tweezers are somewhat difficult to take out, but I hope will get easier as time passes. The blade is small, but feels very sharp for what it is supposed to be (a small blade) and is a very nice complement to have.

If you need to have a scissors, small blade, bottle opener, and a nail file with you all the time, in a very small tool that can be even clipped to your key chain, but easily detached, and you don't mind about the screwdrivers (or may be used for occasional light use), this tool is for you.
If you want to complement your actual tool (like the skeletool), witch doesn't have a pair of scissors, this tool is for you (they look like brothers together, I'll post a picture)
if you are looking to have screwdrivers with you for something more than a very light use, or you want a all in one small tool, this tool is NOT for you.

Very small and light.
Excellent scissors.
Looks (at least, for me)
Blade, is nice for its size.
File is nice.
Can be clipped to your key chain, and unclipped easily.

Screwdriver are not very strong.
Tweezers are difficult to take out
Bottle opener doesn't feel very strong (but it works)

All in all, a very nice key chain tool.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By KW Post on May 28, 2010
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This is, to me at least, an interesting product. When I think of Leatherman, I generally think of tools that include pliers and have a reasonable amount of heft to them. So, let's start by saying that this tool is not.

It is not a beefy multi-tool. If that is what you are looking for -- look elsewhere. I would disagree with the pictures that seem to suggest that this is backpacking tool. It is not. It is too small for outdoor use.

It is clearly aimed at the Victorinox small pocket knife collection -- like the classic or the manager series. It is a little longer than either the classic or manager and slightly thinner. The individual tools are easy to access and use. Each tool works as advertised, except, IMHO, the flat head Philips isn't worth much.

However, the primary reason for purchasing this tool is to have quick access to a pair of spring loaded scissors. The scissors are quite nice. Good leverage for dealing with thick items and reasonable sharp.

I use a pair of scissors multiple times a day and think this will work out well for me. I attach my car key fob to a S type mini-carabiner on my belt loop. (I wear jeans every day.) The carabiner on the Style CS easily attaches to the one on my belt loop. Giving me easy access without a lot of weight or bulk.

I recommend this tool. Just keep in mind that it is not for everyone. However, if you need a good small pair of scissors, with a few extra tools, that actually work, it is a little hard to beat.

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By John E. Pombrio on September 28, 2010
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I too have to compare the C5 with the Micra. Both are about the same size, shape, and weight. They both have exactly the same scissors as the main tool- to me the most useful tool to have, much better than a pliers head. The C5 has two things that work better than the Micra while the Micra has one thing better. The knife is easily got at on the C5 while it was such a pain to get to on the Micra. The quick release clip lets the the C5 come off of the unwieldy key chain. The Micra's Phillips type screwdriver head tool is much more useful as a strong screwdriver than the C5's but the C5 can do smaller screws (like on eyeglasses!). The Micra has a couple more tools than the C5 but I don't remember EVER using them so no loss. The tweezers are slightly better on the C5 (and on mine they DO come to a sharp, beveled point (good for small slivers)). Both the C5 and the Micra comes with the blade beveled on only one side and are dull as hell. 30 seconds with my diamond plate fixed that but still... The scissors are great on the C5 and are plenty sharp. Getting the knife out on the C5 is a pain as the small slot for thumbnail is way towards the back. The file/screwdriver comes out easily. The tweezers are well designed so as not to come out without some effort (usually the tweezers was the first thing I lost on Swiss army knives- right after the toothpick!). The C5 has hex headed screws at the pivot points so I can adjust the tension while the Micra has knurled rivet type screws.
All in all, C5 by a nose (but only if the quick release clip does not let the tool fall off of the key chain- only time will tell). The C5 also looks a lot cooler, heh.
EDIT EDIT EDIT 10/15/10 another half star for the C5.
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