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Tuesday, 27 February 2018 15:51

Leatherman Vs SOG- FINAL

This is it- the Grande Finale!  Before you read this, make sure you have read through all of the others to ensure that you are totally up to date!

Part 1 9

Part 1- Tale Of The Tape

Part 2

Part 2- Blades

Part 3 1

Part 3- Pliers

Part 4

Part 4- Screwdrivers

Part 5 1

Part 5- Bottle Openers

Part 6 2

Part 6- Carry Methods

Published in Blog
Wednesday, 15 February 2017 12:00

Leatherman Signal

Multitools have been a part of our lives for several decades and have been engineered to be a do it all tool box. Manufacturers include everything but the kitchen sink to ensure that we have the tools we need for any occasion and to keep us prepared. The downside to this is the tool is not specialized for a specific task and this general design makes the tool heavy. It also can be a deciding factor in which tool you purchase or edc if you have a collection like me. Several tool companies are designing tools that are specific to a job title, recreational activity or task and the Leatherman Signal is one of those tools. The Signal is patterned after the Leatherman MUT design and scaled down so it’s not such a massive beast. Weighing in at only at only 7.5oz the Signal is enough tool for the task and light on the tools so it's easy to carry where ever your headed. 

Leatherman Signal

Published in Leatherman
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