|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 1 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||931014|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||21|
|Warranty Description||Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.|
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Leatherman 931014 40-Bit Assortment for Leatherman Bit Drivers
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- 21 double-ended bits in a variety of sizes
- Works with Leatherman Charge, the new Wave multitools, and the removable bit driver
- Made from zinc-coated steel, plastic bit holder
- Includes hex, Torx, Phillips, Robertson, Pozi, and slotted screwdriver varieties
- Covered by a 25-year limited warranty
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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!.
The bit selection is varied and fills out the missing tools on the Wave. Most useful have been the other Phillips heads and the hex keys. The plastic holder fits perfectly inside the nylon Wave sheath, just behind the elastic piece. Well, one holder fits perfectly... Luckily I have two Waves, so each gets a slightly different toolset. Though I was a little leery about paying $15 for a set of bits, they do improve the usefulness of the tool. Whereas before I had to pull out a mini-screwdriver or a different toolkit to work on certain computers, now I can just carry the Wave. In that light, it's a bargain.
If I was really desperate and nothing important relied on it, I would use these. Otherwise, find a conveniently packaged screw driver kit with some quality heads. I've never had a tool that was this soft, so whatever you consider as an alternate will be superior. If they would replace this product with 80ksi I would happily take the exchange, but I doubt that will happen. Buy this product if you find it offered in "Used" condition for less than $7. I seriously regret this purchase at the retail price point.
I like it. It looks like it has a good variety of bits. Although, I needed to find an alternative to the plastic holders the bits come in. Carrying both sets in this configuration makes the Surge stick out further in the orginal leather and nylon sheath. Also, I couldn't find a way to carry both sets of bits. Tucking one set behind the multitool in the sheath allows them to fall out whenever I take out the multitool and requires 2 hands to put the multitool back into the case because the bit set is loose in the shealth. I think maybe a clip on the front side of the bit holders may work well to hold them at the tops of your pockets. The bit holders are thin enough that they shouldn't interfere with reaching your hand into your pockets in this configuration and would minimize looking like a dork. A constant struggle for me. If the bit holder were flexible it would be even better like a silicone rubber holder. Then they could probably go into the back pocket as well.
I bought the Surge along with the Crunch the Skeletool, the Sidekick and the Charge. I also bought 2 LED flashlights and the bit set. I talk about the flashlights below. I've never owned a multitool but have alway carried a pocket knife. I wanted to try a few and justified the expense in all sorts of interesting ways. Maybe this review will help you avoid some expense and the whole justification exercise. :)
Of all of the tools I bought I like the Surge and the Charge the best although there are a few things I didn't like about the Surge.
First, all of the outside surfaces have a sharp edge that is not comfortable. I filed and sanded them, now they're better but still not as good as the Charge. The Skeletool has this problem as well but a bit worse.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect to go along with the Leatherman Surge Multi tool and extender. Got these for my husband. They are well made and he is very happy with the whole set up.Published 19 hours ago by M. Knight
must have for a Leatherman that accepts the bits. great selection of bits.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
How to cheaply add 40 more tools to your leatherman. Being a Maintenance Man, this helps so very much at work. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lasciel's Toy
Omg I did not think I was going to need the extra bits after I ordered them but I am truly glad I did. Don't miss out seriously. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
So, I needed extra bits for my newly bought leatherman and these worked out perfectly. Let's be honest, it's hard to mess up these things, but they were exactly perfect. So.. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jasper