|Item Weight||1.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||934850|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||2|
|Warranty Description||25 years|
Leatherman 934850 Quick-Release Pocket Clip and Lanyard Ring
|Price:||$5.00 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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That said, in response to the other reviews, you don't want to oil the blades so they slip open at the slightest movement. That was the the problem most likely. The other problem is that the clip isn't meant to have the tool on your belt or exposed. It's supposed to go inside your pocket where it has a modicum of protection and the clip only allows it to ride at the top. It's not meant to carry the full weight outside of a pocket or on a belt. The pocket also provides protection of sorts from the blade opening inadvertantly.
I don't use the lanyard ring very often, but when I do, I enjoy the quick release feature. The ring itself is on the sharp and thin side, so over time, it could wear through a lanyard if you don't use a metal connector and just tie it off.
All-in-all, these are a nice compliment to the New Wave, and I recommend them since they aren't that expensive. They do what they are designed to do - if you buy them knowing that, you'll be satisfied.
I don't use the lanyard ring, so no comment.
My fears about it coming out by itself were unfounded (I thought that when I went to use the tool, and pulled out something I needed, the clip might slip out of its place, which hasn't happened yet).
I'm very happy with this, personally, it got so I couldn't be bothered to put the belt case that came with my Leatherman on everyday, so I got this and now I just slip this in my pocket and I'm good to go. Just made the best tool I've ever had even better.
My only issue that prevents me giving this a 5 star review is how thin the metal is where is curved from the attachment point. Each of my previous 2 orders have both ended int he same way, with the clip snapping off from where it is attached. It does not take much to do either, just having it catch on something as you sit or walk by.
Overall though, this does exactly what it says it will and pretty well at that. Keeps it out of the way and unobtrusive, unlike most sheaths. So even with the shortcoming, I still recommend it. Though if they ever do a re-design, some thicker or stronger metal would be welcome.
I don't have a Wave to test it with, but I hear that wiggle is only with the Surge, and the wave doesn't do that.
Oh one other thing worth noting... On most pocket knives, the clip attaches on the same end of the handle as the blade hinge. This clip however only fits one way, and its on the opposite end from the blade. Picture it that when it's clipped into your pocket, the tip of the closed blade is pointing UP. Again, not really a problem, but drawing and opening the blade now involves an extra twist to spin the tool around to where your thumb needs to be.
This is the kind of thing that needs to be included with the purchase of the knife, not as an extra purchase. It's only $5, sure, but for a large percentage of people the knife is a lot more handy with it than without it. I'd rather have this than the pouch that came with my knife. I realize the pouch is leatherman's "thing", but I'd rather have the clip included. The pouch just got tossed in a drawer.
With that out of the way, this clip attaches to the BOTTOM of the knife, which is a massive, massive design flaw in my opinion. Every knife I have ever carried in my pocket, be it just a single blade, a Leatherman Skeletool, or anything else going back over the years, has ALWAYS had the clip on the same end of the knife as the blade's hinge. I realize that this is something that Leatherman just can't do because of the way that the wave is designed, the clip has to go on the bottom, but that just comes off as poor planning.
Because the clip is on the other end, I have to re-learn how to pull my knife out without thinking about it. This takes up time, not very much, but reaching for my knife is no longer something that I can do without thinking about.
Okay, the positives:
This clip does install very easily. Takes a couple seconds, and it is secure. Sure, it installs on the wrong end, but I've already discussed that.
The clip is also made out of a nice thick metal. I don't expect it to bend or lose tension.
Overall, I'm happy the clip can be added to the knife at all, but I wish it were able to be added on to the right end.
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Awesome way to carry with the clip now if you don't want to carry the pouch. The only thing was I didn't need the lanyard attachment because the Leatherman wave has one built into... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Flint
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I always have my leatherman on me now. I don't really use the lanyard piece. It kind of just sits around our countertops but the clip is great. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jeromy609
I am using this with my Leatherman surge.
1. it goes on easily and stays locked in
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