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Leatherman Style CS keychain multitool £15.86 at Amazon

£15.86 @ Amazon
Leatherman Style CS £15.86 at Amazon I'd been shopping for one of these little keychain tools as a Christmas present and see that Amazon are lots cheaper than anywhere else (£25-£30 most places) … Read More
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Leatherman Style CS £15.86 at Amazon

I'd been shopping for one of these little keychain tools as a Christmas present and see that Amazon are lots cheaper than anywhere else (£25-£30 most places)
They're much smaller than I thought they'd be, but the folding design means that the scissor are still properly useable.
Really nice quality and a particular bargain (in my opinion) in light of the 25 year warranty.

Specs below, taken from Amazon:
Great For: Boating & Fishing, 420HC Clip Point Knife, Compact Spring Action Scissors
Small Flat/Phillips Screwdriver, Carabiner/Bottle Opener, Nail File, Tweezers
Stainless Steel with Glass Filled Handle Scales, Stainless Steel Body, Outside Accessible Tools
Keyring Attachment, 25 Year Warranty
1.6" | 4.06cm (Knife Blade Length), 2.98" | 7.58cm (Closed), 1.45oz | 41.1g
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#1
I'm a fan of Leatherman Tools and have a number. I bought one of these and was quite disappointed with it (and returned it for a refund) - it is small, and, in my view, it's cheap for a reason! Those who want a keychain toolbox would be much better to look for the Leatherman Micra - it's a bit more expensive, but is much more useful - more function and less style!

Thank you for posting OP - hope you don't object to me giving an alternative perspective.

Edited By: Ajibee on Dec 16, 2010 15:35
#2
No, that's good advice - thanks.

I looked at the Micra (it's a gift for my Dad) but he's had a similar size & weight tool before and found it too bulky (!). Since then he had one of the tiny swiss army knives but he broke it, which led me to this!
#3
Good stocking filler, Heat added.

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