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Leatherman Wingman Multi Tool

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Stainless Steel
  • 420HC Combo Knife, Spring-action Regular Pliers, Spring-action Needlenose Pliers, Spring-action Wire Cutters
  • Wire Stripper, Small Screwdriver, Medium Screwdriver, Phillips Screwdriver,
  • Spring-action scissors
  • Wood/Metal File, Bottle Opener, Can Opener
  • Sheath Not Included
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Product Description

The Wingman Multi Tool is is a mid sized, fully functional, affordable Leatherman tool tha'ts project ready whether it's used at the campsite, on the job or around the house. The Wingman features an outside-accessible, one-hand opening blade and newly-designed spring-action jaws. This lightweight, strong, stainless steel tool fits easily in your pocket so you won't want to be without it.Package Opener.Wood/Metal File.Scissors.Small Screwdriver.Medium Screwdriver.Phillips Screwdriver.Ruler (1.5 in).Bottle Opener.Can Opener.Wire Stripper.Features:.Removeable Pocket Clip.Stainless Steel Body.All Locking Outside Blades.Stainless Steel Handles.Size: 3.8 in | 9.7 cm (Closed).Blade Length: .6 in | 6.6 cm.Weight: 7 oz | 198.4 g.

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Customer Reviews

Buy the Leatherman, it feels like it will outlast the 25 year warranty.
You can access the knife and scissors (which are excellent) without opening the tool, and has spring loaded pliers, which many multitools don't have.
Very handy, has all the needed tools for every day tasks around your house or office.

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148 of 151 people found the following review helpful By A. Williams on May 9, 2013
Color Name: Stainless Steel Verified Purchase
There have been excellent reviews of both the Leatherman Wingman and Rebar, as well as all the others, but because there are so many models, it can be hard to choose which one to buy. I hope to help in the choice of economical "Full-size" multitools, as Leatherman calls a number of models.

The "full size" line of tools are all about 100mm long when folded, and include the Charge TTi, the New Wave, the Rebar, and the Wingman. The first two are much more expensive than the latter two, and I will only discuss the Rebar and Wingman.

Leatherman multitools can be further subdivided between blade-in and blade-out designs. In the former, you must open the tool to have access to the knife blade(s); in the latter they are available just as they would be in a pocket knife

The Rebar is a blade-in design; the Wingman is blade-out. If your most common use of the tool will be for cutting with the knife blade(s), then the Wingman would be more convenient.

The Rebar has a much superior shear-type wire-cutter with replaceable blades. The Wingman has a butt-type or pinch-type wire-cutter. Both work, but the Rebar works noticeably better, especially for hard wire.

The Rebar has two large blades, a plain blade and a serrated blade; the Wingman has only a single combination blade, but it is instantly available because of the blade-out design.

The Rebar has a full-size double-sided file with a serrated edge that can serve as a hack saw. Wingman has what can only be described as a toy, a single-sided, half length file. I could consider it worthless.

The Rebar has a full-size wood saw; the Wingman has none.

The Wingman, however, has an excellent scissor, the best of the whole line, while the Rebar has no scissor.
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102 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Rodriguez on October 23, 2011
Color Name: Stainless Steel Verified Purchase
The wingman is pure leatherman quality. I love multitools. I own way too many of every brand. I like many brands Gerber, S.O.G, Victorinox), but partial to leatherman. The leatherman wingman is now going to be my EDC, until their next great creation. I actually used it today to fix one of my sons friends bike while we rode along the long beach bike path. I love that the pliers are spring loaded, you don't get that with the wave, 300, 200, blast, kick, etc. The spring loaded scissors are great. I used them to trim my beard and they work solid. The leatherman gives specs- metal type, tools, etc. on their web site. The wingman feels a little like the victorinox swiss tool-solid, yet the wingman is much less expensive and has the springloaded pliers, and a beefier knife. Good job leatherman!
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192 of 223 people found the following review helpful By John McCoy on October 27, 2011
Color Name: Stainless Steel
I just picked up a Leatherman Wingman for $25 today. The pros and cons of this multitool are:

Design Pros
-Comes with a clip (but not a sheath) which I prefer because I don't always wear a belt.
-Has polished metal surfaces vs. the Kick/Fuse/Blast series which had a dull finish and looked cheap to me.
-Has the tools I most use (pliers, knife, scissors, screwdrivers)
-Spring loaded pliers
-One-hand opening knife which is exterior accessible
-Knife is 1/2 serrated which is great for cutting rope and other fibrous material
-Scissors are exterior accessible
-Initial experience indicates that the package opener tool works well

Design Cons
-Knife locking mechanism is exactly where I place my thumb and easily activated which could lead to accidental closing

Quality Pros
-Tools (other than pliers see below) feel substantial and of high quality

Qualtiy Cons
-There is a slight side to side play in the pliers. This is my fifth Leatherman and I've never seen this before.
-The wire cutter is unusable because they cutters don't overlap. The metal at the tip of the pliers is slightly elevated on both sides which prevents the pliers from closing enough to allow the wire cutters to overlap. Again, I have never seen this before in a Leatherman. I'm classifying this as a qualilty issue as the wire cutters are unusable like this and I have a hard time believing it was designed this way.

Interestingly, I own a Gerber Suspension Butterfly (also spring loaded and in the same price range) that exhibits play in the pliers and non-closing wire cutters.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By S. Keeney on October 29, 2011
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I've been hoping Leatherman would make a solid tool with a standard pocketclip. I got the Wingman because it was cheaper than the new Sidekick, and I like the scissors. Others have commented on the specific features of the tool. I agree with their observations:
Pros - one-hand opening of knife, scissors, with good lock. Nice spring-action pliers, although this does add some "side-to-side play," as another review mentions. Blades are all sharp. The pocket-clip is exactly what I've been looking for. Although the tool is a little heavy, it rides well on the pocket. I hate having to wear a sheath when I'm frequently using a tool, so this feature alone is a winner.
Cons - The knife blade seems a little thin. The all-metal sides don't really have grip grooves, so the tool slides pretty easily if your hands are sweating at all. The Philips screwdriver grooves are very small; I don't like a lot of multi-tools on this point. Wish they would put real, deep slots in the Philips.
Overall, affordable, portable Leatherman for a good price. I'm happy with the Wingman, and I wouldn't be surprised if Leatherman makes a few little improvements to it in the future, since this is a brand-new model.
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