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Leatherman.com has their Leatherman Freestyle 3.5" Pocket Knife + Style CS Keychain Tool on sale for $37.46. Shipping is free w/ promo code FREE-SHIP-HQZH. Thanks SpaceMikey & vladbeav
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I stumbled upon this deal searching up for a multi-tool. It seems pretty ok.

Subtotal (1 items) $37.46
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It's new on ebay for $30 shipped. Search for 831207. Many available on that search.
Isn't the one in OP composed of 2 separate tools? The one on ebay is just the Style CS and no Freestyle included.
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Isn't the one in OP composed of 2 separate tools? The one on ebay is just the Style CS and no Freestyle included.
Crap you are right! Sorry.
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I got extra excited when I thought this was for the Skeletool CS. Lost mine a while ago and have been watching and hoping for one to come back on deal.

Thanks for sharing tho!
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I've had two skeletools, got the second because I lost the first and loved it so much. I did break the pliers on my newer set and still haven't gotten around to sending them in. I feel naked without it on me and when I tried last match their system was down. It has everything you need to plant a burlapped tree, why I wanted that tool specifically. Excellent products. I'm very tempted to jump on this one.
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"Pay in 4 installments of $9.37. No fees. Klarna. Learn more"
Not sure I can manage that. I'll have to crunch some numbers.
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Freestyle alone is $23.97
Free shipping with FREE-SHIP-HQZH also

https://www.leatherman.com/freest...=148&cgid=
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I needed to purchase a new Leatherman CS anyway, so I pulled the trigger on this.

I'm the Babe Ruth of getting pocket knives confiscated at stadiums and airports. Typically once per year I forget to take it off my keyring before I go.
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I paid the same for my Skeletool, unfortunately fell out of my seat wedge while mountain biking and haven't been able to find close to a similar deal since then Frown
Bahhhh, sorry bud. I've been watching out for that deal for years. I fortunately have my two (2) Skeletools, one for work, one for personal and they are about 5 years old with rough use. I;m waiting for Home Depot to have it again, but they are all Milaukee now its less likely.

Although not a Skeletool, I was honestly impressed with Milwaukee's 3.5" D2 steel blade. Not Pliers, but I've seen that steel notch open a lock box to grab a key at 9pm pitch black at night when bolt cutters weren't around. I bought 3 after that night for around $35 a pop.
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Because these leatherman tools are very durable and idiots keep going through airport security with these, they get confiscated.

Which means, ebay always has tons of leatherman tools, including this, on sale used cheaper. I have no issues with my second Micra off eBay.
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Of the five knives I usually have on me three of them are Leatherman. The other two are Spyderco. (the OTHER Leatherman I have is a C33T - can't recommend that enough to balance out the pliars, screwdriver, scissors trio)

If there's a man in your life that you care for, and he's the kind of man that does real work for a living or at least has that mind set, do him a favor, get this one for him for Christmas.
C33t is one that's caught my eye recently. I think it's discontinued though now. It looks like the perfect combo of size and function for me.
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I love it!
Just the pliers and knife!

I've been through a dozen leatherman. I tested them extensively for a departmental purchase years ago. I settled on the Wave, a fantastic tool.

But honestly:
You'll use the pliers & knife 90% of the time;
The file and saw about 7%;
And everything else 3%.

Love the minimalist design.
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Can't go wrong with a leatherman. Been using them for decades and they are solid Oregon made tools. May find a better deal around Black Friday though. Home Depot usually has a decent one around $20-$25
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dont forget 5% cb and chase freedom with paypal 5% and no tax in OK thanks OP!
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Christmas for Dad, done.
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