Here’s our first hands-on review of the new Leatherman Free P2 multi-tool.
Here’s what we know about the Leatherman Free T-series compact multi-tools so far.
Here’s a look at the new Leatherman FREE P-Series multi-tools.
Leatherman is offering new graphics customization options for their Wave+ multi-tool.
Leatherman has come out with a new RealTree camo-decorated version of their premium Charge TTI multi-tool.
I totally missed the clever way Leatherman marks the screwdrivers on their multi-tools!
Leatherman has updated the wire cutters on their popular mid-sized multi-tools.
Leatherman is coming out with the Tread Tempo watch, and the Tread LT, a new slimmer and lighter multi-tool bracelet.
Here’s a quick look at Leatherman’s new-for-2016 offerings, a knifeless version of the Rebar, and a rescuer version of the Skeletool.
Leatherman’s Skeletool is an outstanding multi-tool that is lightweight and gracefully compact. My only regret is waiting 7 years to review it.
Leatherman’s OHT one-handed tool is one kick-ass multi-tool! Here’s why…
Let’s walk you through the Leatherman Raptor, which are folding medical shears with a couple of additional features.
Leatherman and PocketToolX sitting in a tree… | Leatherman has recently purchased the smaller minimalist tool maker. Sounds like good news to us!
Leatherman’s Rebar is slim and compact, but still manages to pack in a number of heavy duty features. It’s a great multi-tool, but there are a few trade-offs. Continue on to the photo-packed review.
Do you have a favorite multi-tool? Our’s the Leatherman Wave.
This Leatherman Bit Extender allows you to use ordinary 1/4″ hex screwdriver bits with some of their multi-tools.
Leatherman’s new OHT multi-tool features one-hand-opening pliers and tools. ETA is Aug/Sept 2012,
Leatherman has released new details about their new compact super-duty multi-tool.
Leatherman Sidekick vs. the Wingman. Both of these new entry-level multi-tools would be great as gifts or as backup tools, but what’s the difference between the two and which is better? Here is what we think: