LEATHERMAN Wave - Pocket Survival Tool
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- Needlenose pliers, regular pliers wire cutters, hard-wire cutters, clip-point knife, serrated knife, diamond-coated file, wood saw, scissors.
- You also get - An extra small screwdriver, small screwdriver, medium screwdriver, large screwdriver, Philips screwdriver, can/bottle opener, wire striper, & lanyard attachment.
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The Wave is a little bigger and heavier than the PST II, so I tend to leave it off my belt for everyday use in favor of the PST II, but if it was the only one I had, I'd happily wear it everywhere.
The knife blades, screwdrivers, pliers, wire cutters, strippers, and especially the scissors are very convenient, handy, and work well. Since the blades are independent of the other tools (and they lock), this is a safer tool than some of the other Leatherman wannabe's.
My only complaint, and this covers the Wave and PST II, is the can opener. For some reason they make it thick and put the bevel on the wrong side (at least if you are right-handed and cut turning CW). It works, but it makes a sloppy cut. I like the can opener on my Swiss Army knife much better.
I had to use the warranty once and it was a quick and totally satisfying experience. I broke the pliers and they replaced the tool with a brand new one (PST II). Don't waste your money on a cheap knock-off. In my opinion, you can't go wrong with a Leatherman. They are very well built and worth the money.
Of course I have and am using the new wave now and it is great but still would have preferred the older style, just personal preference.
I would still recommend the wave to anyone, old style or new.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this for my son- in law in the Army. He says it's heavier than he old one and is very happy with it.Published on January 10, 2013 by LJArizona
I have used this multi-tool for around eight years and have been very pleased with its performance in the field, while working on construction projects, and while conducting... Read morePublished on November 4, 2011 by Jeffrey
In 1997 I bought one of the Leatherman Super Tools. It has been a great asset as I have done work running network cable and have had to strip, cut and otherwise crimp to get the... Read morePublished on February 2, 2011 by Devin C. Adint