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Fantastic knife with a lifetime warranty. I never leave town without it. I use this 10x more than any of my leatherman multi-tools. I own two and wanted this Sapphire color for years. This Sapphire color has only dipped to this price once in the past 10 years.

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Down to 59.99 from 62.99? Keeping my Leatherman Surge.
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Nice color. I got a red 'champion plus' last year from amazon for $35 I think on a lightning deal. Has all the above tools but no pliers 😞.
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Down to 59.99 from 62.99? Keeping my Leatherman Surge.
Surge is good, but its twice the size and half the tools. I use it for larger projects, but rarely do I use it over the swiss champ. Normal price over the past 10 years is $75-$85.

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Surge is good, but its twice the size and half the tools. I use it for larger projects, but rarely do I use it over the swiss champ. Normal price over the past 10 years is $75-$85.

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I won't argue on price because I truly don't know. That's just what amazon says. My surge was about $85. It's only missing the cork screws and the hook (shoe lace tightener) from what I can tell. The tools it does have are heavier duty and superior. Further, the surge adds replaceable wire cutters, wire strippers, a lanyard loop (I'm counting it because it's no more different than the ridiculous hook), replaceable file/saw, and a bit kit (I use this frequently). In the end they're very different tools targeting very different uses. I daily carry my surge and don't have interest in a light smaller, lighter duty tool, but I'm sure this will be of interest for those that do.
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The tool itself is great. I got black a year or two ago for $40 and love it. Definitely my favorite. Sapphire, however, is clearly (ha!) a premium and they can show all the crud that gets down around the tweezers. If the color is a must-have, this is a good price to buy. If it's the tool itself you want, I'd say focus on the solid colors.

Just my opinion, not a TD. Even at $10 more, the tool is absolutely worth it
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Surge is good, but its twice the size and half the tools. I use it for larger projects, but rarely do I use it over the swiss champ. Normal price over the past 10 years is $75-$85.

Price history: https://urlhasbeenblocked/product/B001B152M8
I'll give you a few more tools, but none of them are lockable. I had a gf nearly amputate a finger with a tinker and it bit me a couple of times as well. Never happened with any Leatherman I've owned. And let's put those pliers up against a wave/surge/charge. SA are dangerous in my opinion.
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The tool itself is great. I got black a year or two ago for $40 and love it. Definitely my favorite. Sapphire, however, is clearly (ha!) a premium and they can show all the crud that gets down around the tweezers. If the color is a must-have, this is a good price to buy. If it's the tool itself you want, I'd say focus on the solid colors.

Just my opinion, not a TD. Even at $10 more, the tool is absolutely worth it
I remember seeing these for $40-$50 range, why is this one specifically a deal at $60?
I've been waiting for the $40 deals, even if it didn't have this many tools. Just scissors, knive, file, saw, cap opener, cork screw and small plier is good enough, some of the other tools on this look repetitive. Also, magnifying glass is a nice touch, but at that size is it even usable? Can you start a fire with that?

PS: been using the old compact one for over 20 years, despite being the cheapest model, scissors still cut fine (need to hold it right). These things are really nice.
I think I have this one in gray/silver: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00006I...=emc_b_5_i
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Holding out for the Cybertool, I've been carrying one for about 20 years.
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I remember seeing these for $40-$50 range, why is this one specifically a deal at $60?
I've been waiting for the $40 deals, even if it didn't have this many tools. Just scissors, knive, file, saw, cap opener, cork screw and small plier is good enough, some of the other tools on this look repetitive. Also, magnifying glass is a nice touch, but at that size is it even usable? Can you start a fire with that?

PS: been using the old compact one for over 20 years, despite being the cheapest model, scissors still cut fine (need to hold it right). These things are really nice.
I think I have this one in gray/silver: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00006I...=emc_b_5_i [amazon.com]
The good deal here is for the is for the Sapphire color. Other colors can be found cheaper if you find a good deal.
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Holding out for the Cybertool, I've been carrying one for about 20 years.
I was a computer repair tech for 7 years and don't think I ever found myself in a pickle where I needed the few cybertool tools in a hurry enough to carry them around all the time. Cool tool though.
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I daily carry my surge and don't have interest in a light smaller, lighter duty tool, but I'm sure this will be of interest for those that do.
Why are you here then looking at a "light smaller, lighter duty tool" that you "dont have interest in"?
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Why are you here then looking at a "light smaller, lighter duty tool" that you "dont have interest in"?
I have a deal alert on for "knife". I might have been interested-just not at this price. I only commented because I noticed amazon had the original price at 62.99 which didn't seem like much of a mark down.

Also I do carry a more pocketable, lighter duty knife as well on occasion or in addition to my surge.
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this is great! MCGYVER approved!
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Own a few of these and had Victorinox Swiss army knives, cyber-tools, and multi-tools for a few decades : the quality is phenomenal and hasn't changed over the years.

I've been pretty rough on them, used them in many ways not covered by any warranty and never had an issue. Only broken blade was from one I got as is at a yard sale! (Not sure how they managed that...)

Tried a bunch of other brands and models, IMHO nothing comes close to Victorinox steel... (Talking to you "Leatherman Wave" and your crappy flaking chrome finish!)

Side note : If you're ever looking for a multi-tool, look at the "Swisstool" from them and compare with a Leatherman. Much higher quality imho.

I'm the end, as said above, it all comes down to preference and use case.
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