Multi-Tools

Leatherman Signal Review

How does it stack up to the millions of other multi-tools on the market? Let’s find out! For the past few months, I’ve been pocketing this badass topo Leatherman Signal. With 19 kickass tools, and a unique style this tool definitely makes me FEEL the coolest when I’m using it. It looks like nothing else on and I have received more compliments on this multi-tool than anything else...[Read More]

Leatherman Wingman – 2020 Review

When it comes to Multi-Tools, Leatherman is the brand of choice amongst many EDC fans. The Leatherman Wingman continues to be the favorite because of its pocket-sized form factor and ability to handle pretty much anything you may throw at it. With its relatively cheap price point and its decent quality, the Wingman is a great choice for people that don’t want to spend a ton of mone...[Read More]

Leatherman Wave Multi-Tool Review

Closed : 4 inchesWeight: 8.5 ouncesBlade: 2.9 Inches Tools: 18Warranty: 25 YearsX-Factor: Icon Scales: Stainless SteelBuilt In: USA165 Reviews The Wave multitool is one of the most popular models built and sold by Leatherman today. People love it for its multiple reasons – the affordable price point, rock-solid build quality, and range of uses. It offers a variety of...[Read More]

Victorinox Swiss Champ – 2020 Review

Ask any EDC enthusiast about the Swiss Amy Knife and they will say it is one of the most versatile, well-crafted products ever made—Second only to a top class Swiss-made wristwatch. But the Swiss Army Knife does not refer to any particular model or brand. Instead, it refers to an entire group of super versatile, multi-function pocket knives manufactured by the company Victorinox. In 2020, Vic...[Read More]

Gerber Suspension Multi-Tool Review

When it comes to EDC and outdoor gear, the name Gerber stands out from the rest of the pack. The company was founded in 1939 in Portland, Oregon and over the years has established itself as a rugged outdoors product business that prides itself on quality, craftsmanship and innovation. The reason why Gerber puts so much emphasis on the quality and durability of their products is because they realiz...[Read More]

Leatherman OHT Multi-Tool Review

The Leatherman OHT multitool was created to bridge the gap between multitools that only allowed for one-hand opening of the pliers OR one-hand opening of the blades. OHT stands for “One Hand”….something or other. Leatherman doesn’t specifically state what the “T” in “OHT” stands for, but we’re guessing it’s somewhere along the line of “tool” or “touch”. The Leatherman company was started by Tim Le...[Read More]

Leatherman Squirt PS4 Review

Leatherman created the Squirt PS4 as a multitool that’s designed for both lightweight portability and easy key-chain access. Compared to a traditional Leatherman, such as a Wave or Charge, the Squirt is but a fraction of their size. But don’t let its small size fool you. As the old saying goes, “big things come in small packages.” The Squirt was designed for casual or everyday use. It’s most often...[Read More]

Leatherman Charge Multi-Tool Review

Certain companies have what people refer to as “top-of-the-line” models. For example, Mercedes Benz has the “S Class” line of cars which shows off the high quality, performance, and superior craftsmanship that Mercedes is famous for. Leatherman has the Charge Multi-tool as their high-end model. In our testing, the Charge out-performed any other model or brand of multi-tool. Best of all, it’s wrapp...[Read More]

Leatherman Sidekick Multi-Tool Review

When it comes to multi-tools, Leatherman is the king of the hill. Over the years they have proven their products to be reliable and up to any task given to them. The Leatherman Sidekick continues that tradition. It’s squarely aimed at the “entry-level” market of multi-tools. Just because the Sidekick is considered “entry-level”, doesn’t mean it has to look, act, or work like anything with that des...[Read More]

Leatherman Rebar Multi-Tool Review

The Leatherman Rebar multi-tool is a purposeful throwback to the original multi-tool that made Leatherman so famous. There are no new-fangled features. Just a fully-functioning multi-tool designed for users who don’t care about the frills that most other multi-tools have. Leatherman has long been the de facto standard in multi-tools. There is really only one other manufacturer, Gerber, that c...[Read More]

Leatherman Tread Bracelet Multi-Tool Review

Leatherman is a born and bred American company based out of Portland, Oregon. They’ve been in business since 1983 and over the past 34 years have created some of the most innovative multi-tools on the market. The Tread Bracelet is the newest arrival to the Leatherman family and fits a wide variety of roles. The history of how the Tread Bracelet came to be is quite interesting. Ben Rivera, the Pres...[Read More]

Gerber Center Drive Multi-Tool Review

The Executives at Gerber created the Center-Drive because there was a need that wasn’t being fulfilled in the multi-tool market. A need for a multi-tool that worked as advertised. For far too long the multi-tool industry packed a bunch of tools inside an aluminum case and called it a day. Gerber set out to redesign the multi-tool with the end user in mind. This isn’t your Dad or your Grandfathers ...[Read More]

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