There are a lot of multi-tool products out there, but if you are looking for high quality, durable products, all made with beautiful attention to detail, Leatherman should be at the top of your list.
Leatherman: for high-quality multi-tools
Founded in 1983 by Tim Leatherman, who invented the original Pocket Survival Tool, Leatherman has become one of the world's leading manufacturers of high-quality multi-tools, pocket tools, and knives.
By using high quality, durable materials, such as stainless steel, leather, and Nylon, coupled with precision design and manufacture, this market leader makes certain that whatever product you purchase, you can depend on it for years.
There are some things worth spending money on, and multi-tools are one of those things. Buying a cheap imitation is a false economy - you want your multi-tool to be functional, effective, and long-lasting, not let you down just when you need it.
Leatherman recognises that not everyone will need all the tools they have to offer though, and has created a range of tools at different prices to suit everyone. The lower-cost options are still made to the same fantastic standard but simply have fewer tools. Not everyone will be buying an 18-tool product they’ll use when they’re wearing their protective overalls, some people just want to have a pair of scissors to hand and be able to open a drink while camping, and Leatherman caters for all.
Ideal for use in a wide range of hobbies, and great to have with you in case of an emergency, these tools can easily fit in the pocket of your shooting jacket, Craghopper waterproof or even simply in your bodywarmer or gilet during a countryside stroll.
Despite being utility tools, the aesthetic design of these products has been carefully thought through and cannot be overlooked. Not only are they ergonomic and provide the owner with a great deal of usability, but the shapes of the blade and other tools are smooth and flowing and the choice of colours means that there is a product to suit anyone’s style sensibilities. Great, hard-wearing design to last decades.