|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 1.3 x 2 inches|
Leatherman 831612 Style PS Multitool
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Top Customer Reviews
-Small enough not to notice in your pocket, TSA compliance confirmed
-Strong, convenient pliers, especially for the size
-Pliers make this better than the comparably-sized Leatherman CS
-Surprisingly use-able screwdriver
-Scissors (no knife) that work pretty well, but broke after a few months. Worth replacing.
If you are the kind of person who likes to fix minor problems yourself, and you don't always have easy access to a tool box, you should purchase this tool. There will certainly be times you will be thankful for it.
I don't like bulky key chains. That said, I've often wished I had a multitool with pliers, screwdriver, and cutting tool no matter where I went, as I spend a lot of time away from home. The Style PS fit that bill while being very, very small, and also easy to detach from and re-attach to your keys.
I cannot over-state the convenience of having pliers on me at all times. I've fixed office chairs and desks, tightened loose screws, and opened oxygen bottles (as a paramedic) with them with no problem. Will they replace your nice, big needle nose pliers? No. But on a daily basis out of the home, they are strong and easy enough to use that they can do 75% of the same jobs with only slightly less ease. The wire cutters are a decent addition as well. So if you spend long periods out of the house or travel a lot (yes, I've passed through TSA checkpoints with these), you seriously need this tool, for the pliers alone.
I've successfully used the screwdriver for both phillips and flathead screws. Again, not as good as a purpose made screwdriver, but for something that goes on your keychain, pretty darn good.Read more ›
I was immediately impressed by the fit and finish of the Leatherman. I have the Leatherman Wave and I'm familiar with the legendary quality of the brand. This was not a let-down. While it is smaller and obviously not going to be used to pull an engine out of your classic Chevy muscle car, it can do the following:
Cut your nails
File your nails
Cut annoying tags and loose threads from clothes
Remove nuts from moderate size bolts
Cut small wires
Remove bottle caps
Not recommended for use to go "medieval" on someone.
I would really love a "full size" version of this tool which is TSA friendly but still this is great to have and a no-brainer if you fly frequently. I have been through TSA screening several times with this TSA legal device and haven't had the slightest question of it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Buy the Gerber Dime. The pliers on this are weak and the cutters are useless. The scissors will go dull quickly. I gave this to my wife and bought the Dime within a month.Published 7 months ago by Charlie
Overall a handy little tool that I keep on my pant belt loop. The retaining clip doubles as a bottle opener that catches the bottle cap. Read morePublished 18 months ago by TechMaven
broke after 1 month. leatherman replaced it and the 2nd one broke in the same place. again they replaced it and I gave it away.Published 19 months ago by Don
Seriously useful. I use it almost daily.
The bottle opener could be a little better, but you get used to opening the cap a little, moving to another spot on the cap and... Read more
Now that you can carry pen knife blades aboard airplanes, I think this one can be cycled out of the leatherman lineup. Read morePublished on January 6, 2014 by Brian
This tool was with me until the sad day when i lost it. It was so handy. All the tools were used everyday by me and they preformed very well.Published on December 31, 2013 by Mike Armstrong
I loved the tool until one day the return spring on the scissors broke. Looked into warranty repair and sent tool back to OR to be repaired/replaced. Read morePublished on July 22, 2013 by William Brian Adkison
Great product! Purchased this for my wife to clip on her keyring. She absolutely loves it. My son discovered it, and when I saw the one he purchased for his wife I was sold.Published on June 26, 2013 by Jim Null
Seems okay. A bit sparse on the tools which is fine by me. The only thing it lacks for me is a decent blade. Never sure why they would include tweezers? Read morePublished on May 3, 2013 by Prisoner zero