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increases the usefullness of the leatherman
on January 9, 2015
I stick both of these in my leatherman's leather case in the back tucked in the stretchy material. It makes it a little tough to get the leatherman out compared to before, but once you get use to it, its fine. If you put a flashlight and the bit extension on the side compartments too, it makes it even more tough to get the leatherman out. You can easily stick one of these in without having any trouble whatsoever. Its like having a toolbox in the size of a deck of cards. I slide a needle and a swiss army knife's tweezers behind the bits also. With one or both sets of bits in the leather sheath, the bits do not fall out when you pull the leatherman, or other things out of the side compartments out.
You can kind of see them both in the back behind the leatherman. (This one is a Wave).
11 months later....
For the past year since writing this review...I have kept everything in my sheath. The bit extensions, both bit cases, sharpening diamond flat plate, flashlight, firesteel rod, etc. At first i had put a rubber "piece" around the leatherman to get it out easily. I could get it out without, but i would have to take it off the belt sometimes. So when i grabbed the leatherman, i grabbed the rubber and pulled it up, and put the rubber in first before putting the leatherman back in. It was quite a pain for a bit but i got use to it. I havent used it in a few months and now checking it, the sheath has stretched and now the leatherman fits nice and snug, but loose enough to get out with 2 fingers. Perfect. No more extra piece to get the leatherman out. At this point i can easily get the two bit extensions in the back as well as the leatherman in and out as if the sheath was made for both bit extensions. NICE!.