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Leatherman Sidekick Multi Tool


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Stainless Steel
  • 420HC Knife, 420HC Serrated Knife, Spring-action Regular Pliers, Spring-action Needlenose Pliers, Spring-action Wire Cutters
  • Small Screwdriver, Medium Screwdriver, Phillips Screwdriver
  • Wood/Metal File, Saw
  • Bottle Opener, Can Opener, Ruler (1 in/2.54 cm)
  • Removable Pocket Clip, Carabineer Bottle Opener Accessory, Leather Sleeve

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Weight 0.25 pounds 0.43 pounds Information not provided 0.31 pounds
Length 3.8 inches 3.8 inches 1 inches 1.57 inches
Width 1 inches 1 inches 5.5 inches 0.39 inches
Height 1 inches 2 inches 1 inches 0.39 inches
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Product Description

Leatherman's handy, Sidekick Multi Tool has all the basic tools you need as a first time user and it's at an affordable price. The handy, outside-accessible blades mean you can open the knife with just one hand and rounded handles make getting a grip around their all-new, spring-action jaws easy and very comfortable. Its stainless steel construction, 15 tools in one multi tool, Leatherman quality and 25 year Leatherman guarantee give it a value that can't be beat!.Wood/Metal File.Saw.Small Screwdriver.Medium Screwdriver.Phillips Screwdriver.Ruler (1.5 in).Bottle Opener.Can Opener.Wire Stripper.Carabiner Accessory: Hex Bit Driver and Bottle Opener.Features:.Lanyard Ring.Removeable Pocket Clip.Stainless Steel Body.All Locking Outside Blades.Leather Sleeve.Stainless Steel Handles.25-year Warranty.Measurements:.Size: 3.8 in | 9.7 cm (Closed).Blade Length: 2.6 in | 6.6 cm.Weight: 7 oz | 198.4 g.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007N29PL8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (464 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

I use this thing about once a day and it has a tool for any everyday task.
Paul Bigenho
Its spring opened pliers are a nice touch as are the knife and saw blades opening on the outside.
Mark Cutright
Leatherman Sidekick Multi-Tool is by far the best multi tool I have purchased in years!
James Esqueda

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By chris on November 1, 2011
Color Name: Stainless Steel Verified Purchase
The Leatherman sidekick is the new enty level for the Leatherman range of multitools. There is also the new Leatherman Wingman, released at the same time. Well i chose the sidekick as i wanted a saw in my multitool.
I bought two of these and have just today received them from the post.
All i can say is leatherman has won me over straight away!
The ease of opening the tools and the lock unlock mechanism works perfectly, and the grip is really comfortable, practicing on each tool i felt that i could maintain a firm pressure and not feel any pinching or soreness from the tool at all. The feel and weight of the tool really impressed me and i would be interested to see what a Leatherman fuse owner rates this multitool.
This tool is the perfect "basic" multitool, it has a great finish, good feel and quality in the manufacture, If you want a good multitool that gives bang for your buck this is the one!
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Older than Old on October 22, 2011
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This is a "jewel-tool". Small,light,compact, and built well. If you're looking an EDC with alot of functionality, this might be your answer. I think it's more of a "sized-down" Wave multi-tool than anything else, without the "flash" of a Skeletool CX. I own just about everything that Leatherman has ever made (YES, I do like gadgets), and this is a very impressive addition to their product line. Keep in mind, this is NOT a full sized multi-tool (Surge/Wave/Charge/TTI/XTI, etc.) so be careful of the demands that you place on it, BUT certainly, do NOT under estimate its capability or quality. Worth the money you spend. GJM

12/12/11 Follow up: I just ordered and received my second of these tools. Why?? -- this is a great small tool for the glove compartment of my vehicle. The first one has been used primarily in the household, by me AND my wife (she says it's not too bulky for her to use). Very handy !! GJM
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88 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Noel on March 27, 2013
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I bought this because I needed to send my original Leatherman PST back for some repairs, but didn't want to be without a multitool for 6-8 weeks. The price point on this one was good, about what I paid for my PST 15 years ago. Unfortunately, there hasn't been a lot of improvement in the last 15 years.
PROS:
1) Spring-loaded pliers/wire cutters. It's really nice to not have to manually open the tool jaws when you're working on something.
2) Much more ergonomic handles. Squeezing something really hard with the PST can be uncomfortable; the Sidekick has rounded edges that are much easier on your hands.
3) Larger pivot point for the jaws and heavier wire cutters. Seems like it'll hold up better than the PST; mine had loosened up to the point that cutting wire below 12ga was nearly impossible.
4) The knife blade is considerably sharper than on my PST. When I got my original PST the knife blade was just a bar of stainless steel that had been beveled. Not overly effective. This one is much better; nearly shaving sharp out of the box, and it holds an edge very well. Plus you can access the blade without having to open the tool, which is a nice bonus.
5) Locking blades is a nice touch. I've nearly cut myself using my PST when the blade has folded up unexpectedly.
6) Still has the 25-year Leatherman Warranty. And if you use your tools at all, believe me when I say that you'll need it. These are great rugged tools, but anything that gets used every day (I use mine as part of my EDC) is going to eventually need something fixed. Can you think of ANYTHING that you've carried every day for 25 years that hasn't needed repair at some point?

CONS:
1) Blades are too small. The blades are too small in relation to the handles.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mom Of Boys on July 3, 2012
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After years of not carrying a pocket knife, I decided that it was time to carry again, but I was looking for more than just a blade. I wanted it to do everything. After talking to several friends who are avid leatherman users I decided that it was time to get one. My needs were as follows: ability to open main blade with one hand, not too big to go into a pocket, light enough to carry but not so light that it feels like a toy, good wire cutters, good saw, basic screw drivers. After doing extensive research on every leatherman made, as well as gerbers and several knock offs, I decided to give this one a try.

I was not disappointed. This is a great little device. It feels great, the weight is perfect, and has almost all of the tools that I need. I liked the Sidekick so much that I also bought a Wingman (similar product but with scissors instead of a saw).

There are only two things that I don't like about the product:
The blade does not hold an edge very well
I broke one of the flat heads trying to use it as a pry bar (not really how it is meant to be used). To be fair leatherman would fix or replace it for free, but I have not sent it in yet.

I now use the wingman as my EDC because I get more use out of the scissors than the saw, but this one is in our junk drawer and is used at least weekly.

Is it as well made as a surge or wave? Well no, but it is also 1/3 the price and 2/3 the size. For a light duty multitool that you can put in your pocket, either the sidekick or the wingman is a great choice.

One last note: Leatherman should design a make your own multitool. Flat price for the empty shell, then varying prices for tools.
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