Gadget Review — Leatherman Multitool OHT


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#2

looks like Leatherman took Gerber’s superior design and spring-loaded the tools.


#3

A “phosphorus rod”? Tritium was too tame?

I could see the utility of a ferrocerium sparking rod, but I don’t see the attraction of adding phosphorus to a multitool, unless the usual approaches to glow-in-the-dark just aren’t extreme (or toxic) enough for you.


#4

I’d be interested in details of that.


#5

This tool had a cleaning rod attachment - a weapon cleaning rod. I presume the guy has kitted out the tool with his prefered type of gun cleaning rod material rather than the also common bronze and nylon rods.


#6

Unless you are referring to the fact he wrote Phosphorus instead of Phosphor Bronze :smiley:


#7

I’ve had many multitools: Leatherman, SOG, Kershaw, etc…

Isn’t one of the points of a good multitool that it should last a good long time?


#8

No design feature will protect the tool from being lost, TSAed, or gifted away.


#9

Won’t cut the cake here in France: lacks a corkscrew…


#10

American here, I require that on my multitools as well


#11

Can it be autoclaved (with the lanyard removed of course)?


#12

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