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A multi-tool (or multitool) is any one of a range of portable, versatile hand tools that combines several individual functions in a single unit. The smallest are credit-card or key sized units designed for carrying in a wallet or on a keyring, but others are designed to be carried in a trouser pocket or belt-mounted pouch.
The Leatherman Multi-Tool’s Inventor on the One Thing He Never Uses It For
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"When my wife and I travel, I always carry a paring knife in my suitcase because she loves fruit. And the worst thing you can do with a Leatherman knife is to peel fruit...
I have a Leatherman Signal I just picked up but now I need cash more than the multitool. I got it as the display model but it doesn't looked l it was handled at all. It just doesn't have the box or papers with it. I haven't used it at all either. It basically in like new condition.
My apology if this is was posted in the wrong place. Considering the topic, where to put it?
Lets talk about Multi-Tools. I've got an original Leatherman. About 20-25yrs old. Never had an issue. Quality stuff. Another I have, is keychain size. Made by Swiss-Tech. A 6-in-1. Lately I've thought...