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Leatherman SuperTool 300
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Leatherman SuperTool 300(1233649)
Leatherman Full Size Multi Tools - The original super-duty Leatherman is back better than ever! The Super Tool 300 is full of features for the working man.
Leatherman Full Size Multi Tools - The original super-duty Leatherman is back better than ever! The Super Tool 300 is full of features for the working man. Larger pliers are the strongest we've ever produced and the sloped-top handle design means you can maneuver them further into tight spaces. When you're working with gloves on, the large side cutouts make it easy to still get components out. Rolled handle edges make for a comfortable grip. Stranded, hard and regular wire cutters all come standard on Super Tool 300, and because they're removable you can repair or re-sharpen on the spot with the tool's file. Super Tool 300 is back from vacation and ready to get to work.
- Stainless Steel Handles
- Stainless Steel Body
- All Locking Blades and Tools
- Comfort-sculpted Handles w/ Cutouts for Access with Gloves On
- Leather Sheath
Reviewed by 3 customers
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This is a pretty simple tool. Old school simplicity. Bites into the hands glovless if you can squeeze with 185 lbs of force with one hand like I can (don't lie to yourself, in nuts crazy strong.) Other than that, and the fact that the lock mechanism can potentially collapse while using your thumb on it using the knife, is slightly hazardous though not as much of a problem as I thought it would be when I first noticed this. Excellent wire cutters. I have to cut steel wire occasionally, and the metal on a previous multi tool I had gets these dents when I do so, but the super tool 300 does it with ease. (Think 8 times as thick as a typical steel paper clip) and the pliers can bend the steel wire as well. I also use the screw drivers for prying, they haven't broken. I use the awl for penetrating steel/aluminum/plastic cans. I haven't owned it more than 4 weeks butchu' know, durability and dependability are two different things, and I can tell you it is dependable. Very unlikely to fail. I don't know the ware resistance.
I DO WISH IT HAD A DIAMOND FILE like the surge. I'd spend and extra $20 for a diamond file, and an s30v knife.
The sheath takes too long to break in, still a little small, this might be the biggest disappointment of the purchase, though not a fault of the tool. I do not think the tool is that heavy. The size is unnoticeable compared to a large knife/gun/etc etc. In the pocket you would need cargo pants, and to dedicate the pocket. Certainly not a pocket clip type tool.
Can opener is excellent, but as a bottle opener is only marginally acceptable.
My Son has this tool and it is a real upgrade from the older super tool that i have a much better tool as the locking system is better and you can change out the cutters on the wire jaws. I have carried the older tool for about 20 yrs and I field dressed a elk with this tool !
I own the older version of the super tool, i think it's the first generation. this thing is solid. my father bought it for me as a graduation present from middle school, it is now 12 years old. still as tight as the day it was opened. all the tools/blades still fold out with ease and lock into place. this newer supertool is way better, the new locking mechanism is much more safe, no need to rotate a blade out 90 degrees to fold the locked one back now. my blades are still sharp (though in most cases i have used a folding knife to do the cutting jobs....gotta carry both, imo). infact i used my supertool the other day to help change out an O2 sensor on my truck to get to a wiring plug, none of the other pliers i own could reach.
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