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SOG 2017 Full Catalog

SOG 2017 Full Catalog

We've seen the 3rd Generation Micro Tool Clip that was released early, we've seen the SYNC II that SOG allowed Read More
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Gerber Center-Drive Review

Gerber Center-Drive Review

In November of 2016 Gerber introduced the Center-Drive in a major media storm.  Everyone was talking about it, wanting to Read More
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Center-Drive Giveaway & Test

Center-Drive Giveaway & Test

Are you getting tired of all the hoopla surrounding the Gerber Center-Drive yet?  I hope not, because we have more Read More
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Friday, 12 August 2016 11:44

RIP JoeBW

Some of you may be wondering why the sudden logo change at the top of the page- it is in response to some very bad news I got last night.  One of our early members, and serious Leatherman and Victorinox collectors, Joe Wright, aka JoeBW on ours and other forums has passed away.

Published in Blog
Saturday, 02 November 2013 20:11

Leatherman Juice Pro Review

How useful a review of a discontinued Leatherman pocket multitool might be? Well it depends. The Leatherman Juice Pro has very subtle differences from the Juice's line flagship, the Xe6. Essentially it just adds two hidden small tools, a pair of tweezers and a small curved blade with mini serrations, known as a foil cutter. Thus, a potential buyer of the Xe6 might find this review helpful.

Leatherman Juice Pro

Published in Leatherman
Friday, 05 December 2008 00:24

Leatherman Juice KF4 (Visual Tour)

The KF4, though now retired, was introduced by Leatherman in 2001 with the launching the Juice line. It’s been released in “solar” yellow as well as “storm” grey. You’ll also see my customized beater in a few picks.

As far as the tools go, the KF4 tool list reads like a fully equipped large multi-tool, with the notable exceptions of scissors and can/bottle openers. Everything on this tool solidly snaps open with back springs like a slip joint pocketknife.

All opened:

Juice KF4

Published in Leatherman
Sunday, 21 January 2007 10:03

Leatherman Juice XE6 Review

After being so pleased with the Juice KF4 I received a couple of months ago, I decided it was time to take the plunge and get the big boy of the series, the XE6. Mostly, I missed the scissors of the S2 .

Leatherman Juice XE6

Published in Leatherman
Saturday, 04 November 2006 14:01

Leatherman Juice KF4 Review

Rather than add to the existing Juice Series Review already posted here I decided that the KF4 was a standout enough tool to warrant it’s own article. Besides, as a discontinued model (the only discontinued Juice model) it really is in a class of it’s own.

Leatherman Juice KF4

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
Tuesday, 18 April 2006 18:51

Leatherman Juice C2 & S2 Review

The two smallest models in the Juice series are the C2 and S2. Both models seem to perform better than many full sized multitools, and seem quite sturdy, despite their small size. They are truly a large tool in a small package.

Juice C2 and S2

Juice C2 and S2

The Leatherman Juice models C2 and S2

Published in Leatherman
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