|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||9.2 x 6.3 x 4.4 inches|
|Style||Sheath not Included|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Leatherman - Signal Multitool, Stainless Steel (FFP)
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- READY FOR ANYTHING: The Signal combines everyday functional tools with new outdoor features. With tools like a fire-starting rod and an emergency whistle, you'll be prepared no matter what nature throws at you.
- FIT MORE FUNCTIONALITY: A variety of pliers, wire cutters and stripper, knife, saw, hammer, a variety of bit drivers and wrenches, bottle and can openers, carabiner, safety whistle, ferrocerium rod, diamond-coated sharpener, and awl with thread loop.
- LET'S BE PRACTICAL: Sometimes you only have one hand to spare. The Signal only requires one hand to open and use all the tools, even the ones that aren't accessible from the outside. And with all locking features, you can multitask with confidence.
- ALWAYS ON HAND: The Signal is equipped with a pocket clip and carabiner so it's always within reach and ready for adventure. Clip it on your backpack or in your pocket.
- 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
Featuring 19 Tools
- 1. Needlenose Pliers.
- 2. Regular Pliers.
- 3. 154cm Replaceable Wire Cutters.
- 4. 154CM Replaceable Hard-wire Cutters.
- 5. Wire Stripper.
- 6. 420HC Combo Knife.
- 7. Saw.
- 8. Hammer.
- 9. Awl without Thread Loop.
- 10. Can Opener.
- 11. Bottle Opener.
- 12. 1/4 inch Hex Bit Driver.
- 13. Bit Driver.
- 14. 1/4 inch Box Wrench.
- 15. Carabiner.
- 16. 3/16 inch Box Wrench.
- 17. Safety Whistle.
- 18. Ferrocerium Rod.
- 19. Diamond-coated Sharpener.
Stay Ready For the Expected (And Unexpected)
In the all-new Signal, Leatherman’s traditional functional tools pair with new preparedness features like a shaped diamond coated sharpener for maintaining your straight and serrated blade, fire-starting ferro rod, and an emergency whistle. Weather have you socked in at basecamp? Lightening your load on that day hike? No problem. Stay ready for the expected (and unexpected) no matter where you are with everything you need to stay safe and take your adventure further. Nylon sheath included.
Out here in Oregon, we're used to getting things done - you could call it our pioneering spirit. It's just how we do things. It's the reason Tim Leatherman built his first multi-purpose tool, and why Leatherman Tool Group has made a promise to our community to stay local. Why? Well, we're proud to support U.S. workers who are dedicated to the quality craftsmanship that goes into each of our original American multi-tools, just like our founder.
DLC (diamond like coating) is a carbon-based coating that displays some of the unique properties of natural diamond. It is applied for scratch and corrosion resistance.
Ferrocerium Fire Starter
Diamond Coated Sharpener
25 Year Guarantee
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|Item Dimensions||—||1 x 3.8 x 2 in||1 x 4 x 1 in||4.1 x 6.1 x 9.5 in||1.5 x 3.25 x 1 in||5 x 3.5 x 2 in|
|Item Weight||—||6.88 ounces||5.01 ounces||0.7 lb||4.96 ounces||0.75 lb|
In the all-new Signal, Leatherman's traditional functional tools pair with new preparedness features like a shaped diamond coated sharpener for maintaining your straight and serrated blade, fire-starting ferro rod, and an emergency whistle. Weather have you socked in at basecamp? Lightening your load on that day hike? No problem. Stay ready for the expected (and unexpected) no matter where you are with everything you need to stay safe and take your adventure further. Closed Length: 4.5 in (11.43 cm); Weight: 7.5 oz (212.6 g); Blade Length: 2.73 in (6.93 cm). Includes: Safety Whistle, Ferrocerium Rod, Diamond Sharpener.
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I usually carry a leatherman wave on my belt as my everyday multi-tool, and I don't think the signal will replace that. It doesn't have as many features, and the features it does have are not really practical as an everyday carry item (fire starter, sharpener, whistle). But as I said, perfect for camping.
One of the features that I think will be easily overlooked on this tool is the 1/4" box wrench. At first it doesn't sound that useful and only serves a very specific purpose; just for tightening a 1/4" nut or bolt, right? But then I realized that is the exact size of my socket adapter that I use with my impact driver. I tried it out, and it fits perfect. So in a pinch, this tool can be used as a socket wrench. You can also fit other attachments in there too, such as a magnetic bit driver. Also, this tool can be locked closed, which is nice.
*The tent hammer was a neat idea but...fell short in it's design.While we set up camp I decided to handle pitching the tents.I got to the third tent and kept hearing a slight tapping.I had this handle closed with the security switch to keep the handles closed by the way.I open up the handles and a screw for one of the replaceable 154cm wire-cutters falls out...along with the wire-cutter.The other wire cutter didn't fall out but other was a good bit of play.So obviously the transferred shock from the tent hammer strikes were loosening those wire-cutters screws.In my youth we used a rock...this tent hammer didn't pan so out well through as assembled parts function without things coming loose.
*The ferro rod I knew didn't have the diameter of one I take hiking all the time...but made the most of it.Flat out it was annoying to use.Plastic covers the sides and you have to be careful in those short strokes as it's much easier to cut your finger or knuckle of your thumb.The whistle works just fine though.
*The sharpener works so-so/okay...it's beneficial to those serrations.Once again the worthless rock gave me for length to sharpen the blade with and responded faster.Or heck buy an EZE Lap...they're size efficient for your backpack.This short sharpener I'm going to say is for a common blade steel that's only lightly dull.
*I've read a few others reviews saying that they wish the Signal was in a better blade steel.To me Leatherman's 420HC has always been good to me.It sharpens up in snap and cuts very well.In outdoors use it holds a good edge for traditional knife use and sharpness quality with is important to some as a fishing/hunting/camping steel.I guess some are envisioning a high-speed wear resistant steel like 154CM or brittle S30V...steels that take some time to sharpen up...not good for field use.My vision of a better upgrade steel for Leatherman?...any grade of Sandvik Steel.Delivers a breathtaking sharpness in tune with the 420HC and 1095 Carbon Steel...and a bit harder edged than 420HC.That is a rational sense of upgrade in edge retention for any multi-tool user who doesn't want to stray too far from what they like about 420HC in general.But I knew the Signal had a 420HC blade and wanted it over some high-end steel.
*A good suggestion to Leatherman is to satin-finish the internal tools full-time (liked they used to) versus a part-time trait (on select models).This stainless steel in a bead blast finish just doesn't resist the elements very well.If these were made from carbon steel I'd say make a note to oil it...but doing this finish on stainless?I'm tiring of looking at the rust.Surely that oxidation can't be good for the clip-wire for the screwdriver bit adapter.
Now I'll throw a few bones to the Signal on certain things.Yes the pocket clip...great idea....makes it desireable like the Skeletool.Yes this is sleek and probably equal in width to the Original Wave though a bit thinner.But it seems through this stripped down approach of the Signal...things weren't thought through all the way.Some might rebuttal and say 'yeah but this would be golden in one's emergency bag'.I'd say save the $98 and get a multi-tool that has what you need and shop around at ferro rods and a sharpener for your bag.When I first got the Leatherman Signal probably after 20 minutes of observing it carefully my thoughts went on 4-stars.Taking it camping and what I experienced on it compared to it's cost?...it's riding a thin line between 1 and 2 stars as a Leatherman product...it should cost only $50 for as flawed as it is
The carabiner pinches my hand when I use the knife for more than a few seconds of light cutting. The design of the tool requires you to use the awl, bit driver and can opener with the handle in an extended position. While not bad for the bit driver it is really awkward for the can opener and awl. Also, the plastic whistle/fire starter and the file are emergency use only and don't seem sturdy. The fire starter does work but it's small and difficult to use. The file/sharpener is almost useless but I'll admit it does fit the serrations on the blade. But there is another issue, why out serrations on a survival blade? And why not use a better steel? The file will likely abrade some users hands as well.
Finally, the price is too high. A Wave with many more tools and better ergonomics costs less. Add a cheap but high quality whistle and fire steel for an addition $10 and you have a much better tool.
Lots of potential here but this one is a miss.
UPDATE: I changed this from two to three stars after a couple of months use. The awl DOES work with the tool closed and the driver actually works well. I fixed the pinching with a small piece of rubber tubing but it shouldn't have been an issue from the factory. I've been using it as an EDC and it works well in that role. The knife is still an issue. Leatherman needs to lose the serrations and upgrade the steel. The Signal has grown on me but still needs improvement - especially the ability to carry more bits. The file has turned out to be useless and the whistle still seems cheap but has held up. I wish I could give it more stars but the product just isn't there yet.