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Leatherman Charge TTI Multi-Tool, Stainless Steel w/Leather or Nylon Sheath (FFP): $132 + Free S/H w/ Prime

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Leatherman Charge TTI Multi-Tool, Stainless Steel with either a Leather or a Nylon Sheath.
Note: Must select "Frustration-Free Packaging" (FFP) to get the prices shown below:

With Nylon Sheath [amazon.com]: $131.57 + Free S/H w/Prime

With Leather Sheath [amazon.com]: $132.21 + Free S/H w/Prime

Charge TTI tools:
Needlenose Pliers
Regular Pliers
Hard-wire Cutters
Wire Cutters
Crimper
Wire Stripper
S30V Knife
420HC Serrated Knife
Saw
Spring-action Scissors
Cutting Hook
Ruler (8 in | 19 cm)
Can Opener
Bottle Opener
Wood/Metal File
Diamond-coated File
Large Bit Driver
Small Bit Driver
Medium Screwdriver

I've had my eye on this for a while and the price finally dropped from $170. According to CCC, The price hasn't changed since they began tracking it in August, 2016 (leather sheath version).

This is my first post. I hope it helps someone.
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I have this multitool, and it is simply the best.
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I have this multitool, and it is simply the best.

What makes this worth the 132, as compared to the lower priced Leathermen? I'd love to get one of these but have to be able to justify it..
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What makes this worth the 132, as compared to the lower priced Leathermen? I'd love to get one of these but have to be able to justify it..
Buy 13 $10 ones and a big belt and you'll be the talk of the town.
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What makes this worth the 132, as compared to the lower priced Leathermen? I'd love to get one of these but have to be able to justify it..
I'm sure someone who is more familiar with Leatherman products can give you a more detailed response, but one reason is that one of the blades is made of S30V steel, which is a very high quality premium grade steel.
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What makes this worth the 132, as compared to the lower priced Leathermen? I'd love to get one of these but have to be able to justify it..
Titanium.
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Debating if I NEED to buy this
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dont need titanium. aluminum is $108.
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What makes this worth the 132, as compared to the lower priced Leathermen? I'd love to get one of these but have to be able to justify it..
S30V blade already mentioned, a little lighter and rounded edges. The Leatherman Wave and Victorinox Swisstool Spirit X gives more value imo. The one handed knife access, delicate work with the pliers and bit kit really shines with the Leathermans. I love the nylon sheath too, holds the bit kit and even a little flashlight. The Swisstool Spirit is built better, better file, scissors and includes a chisel.

As for justification.. shrug? I use the Wave and Spirit X all the time. I lost my TTi years ago and want to buy another one Wave
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What's the best type of sheath to go with?
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dont need titanium. aluminum is $108.
this is correct, unless you need the dinky scissors. and aluminum is lighter

https://www.amazon.com/Leatherman...B000LGBPVQ
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I have a couple leather man tools, including one of the originals from like 15 years ago. Great tools but I wouldn't buy this one, simply because I'm too prone to lose them to spend that much on one. I found the original after 5 years and at the same time another one is missing. 😤

I use the cheap husky brands I got for $5 clearance for work and they are ok, I haven't broke one yet, even using it as a small hammer at times. It's less worry about losing them. But, if you are better organized than me and need it all- you can't go wrong with these.
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this is correct, unless you need the dinky scissors. and aluminum is lighter

https://www.amazon.com/Leatherman...B000LGBPVQ
Leatherman scissors are kind of great though
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Leatherman scissors are kind of great though
True, I use them all the time on my wingman.

Not sure about s30v though. Easier to sharpen 420
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I remember when you could get these for under a hundred. Had mine for years. Sent it back once because I broke the screwdriver tip and they sent me another one. Have the aluminum version also that I never use. It was a gift .
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