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CLOSEOUT Leatherman 830684 Charge TTi Multi-Tool with LeatherNylon Combination Sheath and Gift Tin OPEN BOX PRISTINE CONDITION

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  • The TTI clip point blade is crafted from S30V stainless steel
  • The lightweight corrosion resistant TTI handles are crafted from premium alloyed titanium
  • Charge TTI has a cutting hook that slices through seat belts and linoleum just as easily as leather or canvas
  • Multiple bit drivers let you customize your bit selection to fit any activity
  • All-locking blades are easy to use and over 50-percent stronger that our original locks; 25-year warranty
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Product Description

When we made the Leatherman Charge TTi, we knew the Charge AL and ALX were just too hard to beat, so we didn't even try. Instead we simply combined them. But we had to give the TTi its own claim to fame, so in addition to all the other Charge features, we gave the TTi premium comfort-sculpted titanium handle scales and the S30V stainless steel clip-point knife.

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Part Number 830684
Item Weight 15.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 4 x 2 x 8 inches
Item model number 830684
Color Titanium/Premium Sheath
Item Package Quantity 1
Number Of Pieces 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description 28 YEAR WARRANTY

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4.6 out of 5 stars 196 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #157,168 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#960 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools > Multitools & Accessories > Multitools
#8,799 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 15.2 ounces
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available July 2, 2004

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I have owned a few Leatherman multi-tools in the past. The last Leatherman I purchased was the New Wave. I am going to compare the Charge TTi with the New Wave.

Unfortunately my New Wave was stolen, but I know that tool very well. I owned the Tactical New Wave, which was oxidized in black. Functionally the Charge TTi and the New Wave are very similar, except for a few subtle differences. Keep in mind I am talking about functionality, not material or aesthetics. Actually as far as the tool is concerned the only real difference functionally is that the Charge TTi has a cutting hook on the serrated knife and the New Wave doesn't. Also the Charge TTi has a crimper. Really that's it as far as the actual multi-tool goes. Most other tools are identical. The Charge TTi does come with 6 additional bits (which means 12 additional tools). Both multi-tools have a large and small bit driver. For about $12.00 you can get 21 double-ended bits that will work for either the Charge or the New Wave. I would list all of the other tools, but Amazon already does that.

One big difference is the material. The reason one might get the Charge TTi is because it's handles are made with titanium and the main blade is made with S30V stainless steal, which is a much higher quality steel then the New Waves 420HC stainless and also better then 154CM stainless on the other versions of the Charge (AL, ALX, Ti). In fact, S30V is some of the best steel you can get on hunting knives and multi-tools today. Also the Charge TTi is supposed to be more durable then Leathermans other multi-tools. Another benefit is that with the Charge TTi you get 6 additional double-ended bits which easily fit inside of the included sheath. Finally the Charge TTi just looks better in my opinion.
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I've carried a multitool (SOG, Gerber, Vix, Leatherman) every day for the last 17 years. What you see here is the best multitool Leatherman ever made. Steven wrote a great review, so I'll skip that part and point out a few moments that might be important for you.

- Amazon suggests that you buy a Quick-Release Pocket Clip and Lanyard Ring along with this item. Don't do it, those are already included.

- First accessory that I recommend is the Leatherman 934870 40 Bit Assortment with Nylon Sheath. Use it to fill up included "trial size" clip with the most useful bits.

- Second accessory is the new flashlight from the same company, a Leatherman 831062 Serac 2-LED Flashlight. It fits perfectly into elastic side compartment of the Charge's sheath. And it's darn bright!

Now, the most common complaint about Charge is that the tools are too hard to get out of the handle. No big deal, just find some security (hollow core) T-10 torx drivers, heat up the handles with the heat gun (on Low setting!) or a hair dryer, and loosen those screws a little bit. Or just send it to the Leatherman for a tune-up, it's free anyways..

Another hint: if you are using a cutting hook a lot (as I do), a Dremel 453 chainsaw sharpener will help re-sharpen it in no time. Perfect fit.
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It was a tough choice choosing a multi-tool. If you didn't know already just about everyone makes them these days. The prices of these tools range from $30-$150. I had one of the original styles of Leatherman (The kind that you had to open the pliers to get at any of the tools.) It was durable and I like the idea of supporting a US manufacturing company so I set out to buy another. The two that I was considering was the Skeletool and the Charge TTi. This model looked like it had about everything and it's a good feeling to get the one that has it all. The Skeletool looked very cool but I didn't think I could "live with less" or however their new slogan goes. The TTi was only about 3 more ounces in weight and came with a much better knife and tool set.

Reading the reviews of this tool made me laugh. There was everything from flimsy construction reviews to "The tool was missing the saw." After receiving the tool and using it for a month I can say that everything was included as listed and the tool is truly a marvel of engineering and workmanship (I LOVE the unique feel of the titanium body). These tools have come a long way from the original tools and the way each tool locks into place and how each piece works together is unbelievable.

I think were many people make the mistake with a Leatherman is that they are expecting the refined nature of a Victorinox Swiss Army knife or something similar. With a Leatherman the blades and tools are not polished to a mirror finish. They are punched out of very high-grade steel and run though a rock shaker for a couple of days to knock the unwanted metal hunks off. The Leatherman reminds me of what a soviet Cold-War era knock-off of a Swiss Army knife would look like...
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So, I purchased the Charge TTi to replace a first generation Wave. All in all, the Charge TTi is not a bad tool. Others have commented on its positive attributes, so I'll concentrate on a few items I particularly dislike - especially in comparison to the first generation Wave:

1. They deviated from their prior theme of a polished finish. For the TTi, they are using a sandblasted matte finish on many of the tools. I absolutely despise this. I find it very unconfortable to touch, but it's also much more difficult to clean. It acts like an absorbant surface and sucks in the lubricant from the joint. If it were polished steel, you could just take a tissue and wipe it clean - but that won't work on a sandblasted surface. Instead, you have to get some paper towel (tissues would shred), pour on some alcohol, and then scrub the surface in question. And if that weren't bad enough, the sandblasted texture means that there is significantly more friction when unfolding tools. This is not an issue with the four outer tools, because there's little metal to metal contact. But some of the inner tools, which end up touching one another, can be quite difficult to remove - even after a fresh lubricating of the joints.

2. The diamond file has always been one of the most useful tools for me. However, since the first generation Wave, Leatherman has gone to a thinner file. This reduces the stiffness and rigidity, and leaves you with a file that flexes during use. They should have kept the original thickness, as rigidity is vital for a file.

3. The scissors on the first generation Wave were a marvel. By comparison, the scissors on the Charge TTi are horrible.
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