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Monday, 12 March 2007 10:35

Leatherman Universal Tool Adapter Review

This is another one of those things that I looked at for years and could never really see the point of. In fact, I couldn’t even figure out how the darned thing worked from most of the pictures I saw, so I never really paid it that close attention. Until now.

Leatherman Universal Tool Adapter

Published in Leatherman
Friday, 27 October 2006 21:02

Leatherman Juice Poly Sheath Review

When I first saw a Juice Polycarbonate sheath I wasn't too sure about it. I thought it might be to easy to lose or scratch the Juice you were carrying. I've carried my Xe6 with it for a couple of weeks and had no problems. Because the tool locks into place with no button snaps it makes it easy to just grab and pull out.  I picked up a Cs4 the other day and tried it out it locks into place fine but because the Cs4 is a thinner tool than the Xe6 it doesn't seem to rest in the sheath as good. It's not that much of a problem for me because I got my Cs4 for pocket carrying duties anyway.

Juice Poly Sheath

 

Published in Leatherman
Sunday, 22 October 2006 21:24

Leatherman Removable Bit Driver Review

I recently had an opportunity to try out Leatherman’s removable hex bit driver. A friend of mine who works in the cable TV business had bought the adapter kit a few weeks ago. He encounters a variety of Torx and hex fasteners in his job, and figured this would be the best way to adapt his Leatherman Blast to the task.

Leatherman Removable Bit Driver

Published in Leatherman
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