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Leatherman 831219 Style Black Keychain Tool with Scissor


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  • 420HC Clip-point Knife Blade
  • Tweezers
  • Nail File
  • Flat/Phillips
  • Stainless Steel with Hard-anodized Aluminum Handle Scales & Outside-accessible Tools, Key ring attachment, Available colors: Red, Blue, Black & Pink
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Technical Details
Part Number 831219
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions2.9 x 2 x 1.2 inches
Item model number831219
SizeOne Size
ColorBLACK
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces24
Warranty Description25 Years
  
Additional Information
ASINB0032Y2OXW
Best Sellers Rank #178,330 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.8 ounces
ShippingCurrently, 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.
Date First AvailableJanuary 5, 2010
  
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Leatherman Tool Group Style 831219 Multipurpose Tool 831219 Networking Hand Tools

From the Manufacturer

The Style keychain tool from Leatherman is no bigger than your house key and weighs even less. But don't be fooled by its size. This little survival tool has four great features for everyday situations and not-so-everyday emergencies. You want to carry less and the Style lets you do that without sacrificing versatility. But just as necessary. The tiny Style is perfect for the minimalist's keychain. Scissors, tweezers, and a knife for all those random moments in life that call for a quick-fix. Less than an ounce the Style is the smallest Leatherman that's big on versatility.

Customer Reviews

Nail knick is too close to the pivot point making it hard to open.
John
It is absolutely perfect for a keychain size knife because adds very little bulk to your keyring.
Tony
Overall, the build quality is very high, and the design is stylish and very cute.
Ryan G

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By RG VINE VOICE on May 29, 2010
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Let me start by saying this thing is tiny. It is barely longer than a Squirt and only half as tall. It has scissors, a file, blade, tweezers, and screwdriver. Overall a good choice of tools. The tools themselves are basically the same size as on the Squirt S4. The blade, tweezers, and screwdrivers are all the same size, and the scissors are the same size as the Squirt PS4 scissors. The file is slightly longer and narrower than the S4 file.

One of the problems is that the nick on the file is difficult to use. It is not deep enough so it's not always easy to get it open. The other issue is there is a rather large gap between the blade and the case. It's big enough for something to get stuck in. Like a key, which has happened to me already. The scissors can be difficult to access as well because it is in the middle. Also if the scissors and file happen to both be open all the way and you try to close the scissors it may stick a bit because it has a tendency to not go straight back down so you have to nudge it over a little bit so it stays in its slot. Besides being about half the size of a Squirt, it is also bit less than half the weight of a Squirt. Very light.

Considering how small it is, there is quite a bit of functionality in it. The design needs to be tightened up a bit, which would make it even slightly smaller. I personally prefer the Squirt PS4 because of the extra functions, but this is a perfect backup tool to attach to a backpack zipper or toss in the glove compartment. It's also a good alternative if your keychain is already massively huge. It's so small and light it you won't even notice it's there.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Richard on June 15, 2010
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I purchased two of these. One for my girlfriend and one for myself. The previous reviews covered all the flaws pretty well: too hard to open up tools and the tweezers are super tough to pull out. Once you actually get the tools out, they seem to be pretty well made. If you have strong fingernails and don't mind chipping them...this tool is perfect. Otherwise, buy the Micra or the Squirt. The biggest plus it the size. It is barely noticeable on the keychain. Not sure if I would buy it again. I can tolerate the flaws better than my girlfriend can. She had a hell of a time getting the tweezers out, chipping a nail in the process. I suspect she won't use this thing unless she has no choice. I would actually rate two and a half stars, but picked three because once the tools are open, they are pretty good. Serves the purpose for "emergency" use, but needs work.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Eduard J. Hahn on June 3, 2010
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I just received my 2 Leatherman Styles today. I am a fan of Leatherman tools and have purchased many for myself and as gifts. The Style is solidly made for a product of its size, but it is very difficult to deploy the various tools. They all have a half-moon fingernail dent for this purpose. These dents are too small and not deep enough, and the mechanism is very tight. Also, they are too close to the base of the tools, so there is no leverage. You literally feel that you might pull your fingernail off. The tweezer is similarly difficult to pull out. Hopefully, the tool will loosen up as I break it in. My other main complaint is that it is a little bulky for inclusion on my key ring. On the plus side, the blade is relatively large for a tool of this size and it is sharp. The scissors tool is also well made. Despite a smaller blade and lack of tweezer, I think that the Victorinox Swiss Army Classic Pocket Knife (Silver Alox) is a better choice for a key chain pocket tool.

Update: I tried lubricating the Style (Tuf Glide), but the tools are still too difficult to deploy. Hopefully Leatherman will fix this issue on version 2.0.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By John on January 7, 2011
I feel like some of the negative reviews are way too negative.

Pros:

SHARP blade. I gave this to my dad as a gift and he cut himself good within 2 minutes of opening it (user error, of course).

Good scissors... Spring loaded so they open on their own making it easier to use them as real scissors instead of limited to jobs like cutting a loose thread.

Coarse file, good nail cleaner.

Tweezers aren't going to fall out.

Small..... isn't going to be cumbersome on a keychain.

Cons:

Tweezers can be a little hard to get out. You can flip them in around so the bent part is facing outward. That makes it easier to get out and I think it will still not fall out.

It's small. Might be hard to see the stuff if you have iffy vision. That's how my old man cut himself.

Nail knick is too close to the pivot point making it hard to open. Here's a fix if you want to use it....

You can make your own nail knick (I did, but I didn't find it SUPER necessary). What you need is a Dremmel tool with a very small cut off wheel (1/2" - 3/4"). Close the blade and mark it with a pen or marker where you want the new knick to be, closer to the tip of the blade. Take the Dremmel and grind a new notch in. Be careful though not to hold the cutoff wheel on the blade too long though, because it will get hot and possibly anneal the hard steel (make it soft, unable to hold an edge). Take it off every few seconds and let it cool. Easy fix, but it might be more than some people are willing to do, which is understandable. I personally feel this is the biggest flaw in the design but I feel like the pros outweigh the cons by a ton.

Overall, I think it's great but apparently many others do not.
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