|Item Weight||5.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 2 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||831219|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||24|
|Warranty Description||25 Years|
Leatherman 831219 Style Black Keychain Tool with Scissor
|Price:||$29.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- 420HC Clip-point Knife Blade
- Nail File
- Stainless Steel with Hard-anodized Aluminum Handle Scales & Outside-accessible Tools, Key ring attachment, Available colors: Red, Blue, Black & Pink
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One of the problems is that the nick on the file is difficult to use. It is not deep enough so it's not always easy to get it open. The other issue is there is a rather large gap between the blade and the case. It's big enough for something to get stuck in. Like a key, which has happened to me already. The scissors can be difficult to access as well because it is in the middle. Also if the scissors and file happen to both be open all the way and you try to close the scissors it may stick a bit because it has a tendency to not go straight back down so you have to nudge it over a little bit so it stays in its slot. Besides being about half the size of a Squirt, it is also bit less than half the weight of a Squirt. Very light.
Considering how small it is, there is quite a bit of functionality in it. The design needs to be tightened up a bit, which would make it even slightly smaller. I personally prefer the Squirt PS4 because of the extra functions, but this is a perfect backup tool to attach to a backpack zipper or toss in the glove compartment. It's also a good alternative if your keychain is already massively huge. It's so small and light it you won't even notice it's there.
Update: I tried lubricating the Style (Tuf Glide), but the tools are still too difficult to deploy. Hopefully Leatherman will fix this issue on version 2.0.
SHARP blade. I gave this to my dad as a gift and he cut himself good within 2 minutes of opening it (user error, of course).
Good scissors... Spring loaded so they open on their own making it easier to use them as real scissors instead of limited to jobs like cutting a loose thread.
Coarse file, good nail cleaner.
Tweezers aren't going to fall out.
Small..... isn't going to be cumbersome on a keychain.
Tweezers can be a little hard to get out. You can flip them in around so the bent part is facing outward. That makes it easier to get out and I think it will still not fall out.
It's small. Might be hard to see the stuff if you have iffy vision. That's how my old man cut himself.
Nail knick is too close to the pivot point making it hard to open. Here's a fix if you want to use it....
You can make your own nail knick (I did, but I didn't find it SUPER necessary). What you need is a Dremmel tool with a very small cut off wheel (1/2" - 3/4"). Close the blade and mark it with a pen or marker where you want the new knick to be, closer to the tip of the blade. Take the Dremmel and grind a new notch in. Be careful though not to hold the cutoff wheel on the blade too long though, because it will get hot and possibly anneal the hard steel (make it soft, unable to hold an edge). Take it off every few seconds and let it cool. Easy fix, but it might be more than some people are willing to do, which is understandable. I personally feel this is the biggest flaw in the design but I feel like the pros outweigh the cons by a ton.
Overall, I think it's great but apparently many others do not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect addition to your keychain. I've used it for tons of things from opening packages, toys, button my kids long straws, unscrewing totes, etc. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sean W
The right size for the pocket and the right tools to use in a day to day basis.Published 16 months ago by Atlasbill
awesome small keychain knife. about the size as my truck key and light weightPublished 20 months ago by Brad Newman
Most of the tools are difficult to open. The file especially is hard to pull out. The spring on the scissors broke within a month of buying it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by jim
Just an okay pocket tool. Some of the tools stick and are not easy to open (Scissors especially.)Published 21 months ago by joebus