|Item Weight||5.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.9 x 5.9 x 9.4 inches|
|Item model number||831999|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- READY FOR ANYTHING: The functionality of a Leatherman, all in one stylish package. The Tread's modular design is fully customizable to fit your needs and your wrist.
- FIT MORE FUNCTIONALITY: A variety of box wrenches, hex drives, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, oxygen tank wrench, carbide glass breaker, sim card pick, cutting hook, socket drive adapter, and bottle opener.
- BUILT FOR REAL LIFE: The Tread is fully adjustable to fit your wrist. Simply add or remove links in quarter-inch and half-inch increments to fit.
- ALWAYS ON HAND: Wear your Tread everywhere so you're always ready. It's TSA compliant so you can even travel with your new favorite multitool.
- GUARANTEED: Our 25-year limited warranty ensures that your Leatherman will give you many years of dependable service. Just send it in and we'll fix it up. All Leatherman multitools are made and repaired right here in the USA.
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From the manufacturer
It’s a collection of interchangeable links, each designed to offer a variety of tools that allow you to solve everyday problems or respond to more critical situations.
Loose door knob? Check.
Need to make a tourniquet? First aid handled.
Bindings need adjustment? Done.
Need that clam package opened? Not a problem.
Tread goes anywhere you go. On the plane, to school, out to dinner, to the office, to Disneyland with the family, hiking in Patagonia, or salmon fishing on the Alta River in Norway.
Elodie and Justine Mettraux | Competitive Sailors
Growing up in land locked Switzerland hasn’t stopped Elodie and Justine from from becoming great sailors - Elodie won the 2012 Tour de France a la Voile and teaches sailing at the Geneva Training Center and Justine just completed the Mini-Transat as a solo project. Elodie and Justine were also the first sisters to ever compete in the Volvo Ocean Race and are members of Team SCA, the first all-women crew to ever compete.
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|Item Dimensions||5.91 x 3.94 x 9.45 in||1 x 3.5 x 6 in||1 x 3.8 x 1 in||5.8 x 2 x 0.45 in||1 x 4 x 1 in||1.8 x 5 x 3.6 in|
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READY FOR ANYTHING: The functionality of a Leatherman, all in one stylish package. The Tread's modular design is fully customizable to fit your needs and your wrist.
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I'm not a big jewelry person and have consistently eschewed big, chunky, Rolex-type jewelry watches and bands as too ostentatious and impractical. But, I found an increasing need for a "dress" watch (to go with suits as sports watches just look inappropriate) and the Tread seemed to perfectly fulfill my wishes to look respectable, while remaining practical/prepared at heart.
The Tread is unexpectedly comfortable. It has not pinched, pulled out hair, scratched me, or left deep permanent tool marks. Except for the exceptional heaviness, I would not notice it much at all. After sacrificing two full links, it fit my wrist perfectly. So far it has only accidentally unclasped once during an especially energetic hand tool movement (crushing salt) and even then, the watch stayed around my wrist. I had much initial concern about the SAE screws that held all the links together, but after two months, I have not noticed any unwanted loosening. I continually monitor these parts and post an update later if it becomes a problem. There's always LocTite I suppose. Note: I wear mine almost constantly now (outdoor work, in the shower, immersion in seawater) and it shows no sign of corrosion. The tools do scratch the surface, but I expected that.
To my surprise, the most used and useful tool(s) happened to be the Allen hex keys. There are two in particular that I used several times a week for my takedown recurve bow and my special optics. They are not the most ergonomic tools to access and deploy, but I can say that they function adequately AND, more importantly, they are now always with me on my wrist. The Phillips is probably my next most used tool and, honestly, it is rather hard to deploy and impractically short for much more than a quick tighten on a surface screw. Nevertheless, it is there which is the point. I have used the little cutter-hook blade to conveniently cut cord and wire (particularly when whipping out a knife blade seemed inopportune). Though I have not used it, yet, it gives me peace of mind to have a back-up glass breaker always handy and it obviates a need for me to carry an additional special tool just for that function. The same goes for the O2 wrench. I'll probably have no use for the various hex cut outs, but who knows.
So overall, I like it and am happy with it's functionality and general design. It works well as a comfortable, decent-looking watchband. It works adequately for basic tool needs. I think I am fair in down-grading it a Star for it's function limits, for it's heaviness (which could be alleviated with Titanium, hint, hint!), and, alas, it's value/price.
Also, this last section is not part of the critique, but simply an expression of wishes and suggestions for future improvement. Let customers choose link sets (metric/SAE). By including both, it takes up valuable link space with almost redundant sizes. Also, consider, an all Robertson link and an all Torx link. Some links have a nice hollow space horizontally through the link and I was initially very excited about them since they seem sized to fit the Bit Kit bits, but..... no. So why not? Make one of the vertical holes a bit-driver socket and allow "extra" bits to be carried "in" the band. There are many tools/accessories/gadgets that I would love to see added to the links: mini-whistle, handcuff key, bit-sized pen, replaceable flint/ferrocerium bar, screw-on watertight compartment (for battery, pill, tinder), removable magnifying lens, and perhaps a general slide-in adapter which holds other things hands free, like a micro LED light.
Did you loosen a screw? Only use a penny to tighten the screw, the slot is the exact width and radius as the penny making it grip perfectly. If you cannot get enough purchase to tighten it, use vice grips, torque it till the penny bends if you want too.