Leatherman 1

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The Leatherman #1 is a single-piece pocket tool with 4 handy features in one. It's perfect for securing loose bolts, tightening screws or opening a cold one at the end of the day. Traveling soon? No need to take it out of your pocket since all the By The Numbers tools are TSA-compliant.

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Leatherman 1 Tools

  1. Box Wrench (English)

    A wrench used over the head of a hexagonal nut or bolt with english measurements. The application of torque is used to tighten or loosen an object.

  2. Bottle Opener

    A tool that allows the user to pop the top on a favorite beverage.

  3. #1-2 Flat/Phillips Screwdriver

    A combination-tip #1-2 flat bladed screwdriver tooled from 420HC stainless steel, angled for use on slotted or Phillips screws.

  4. Box Opener

    A sharp feature designed to score packaing tape and corrugated box material.

Leatherman 1 Features

  1. Travel Friendly

    This product is compliant with current TSA (Transportation Security Alliance) regulations for allowable carry-on items. Please visit www.tsa.gov for a complete list of regulations.

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Leatherman 1
 
5.0

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  • Compact/easy to carry (3)
  • Lightweight (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Maintenance & repair (3)
    • On the job (3)
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    5.0

    Been awhile

    By LookListenLive

    from Hanford, Ca

    About Me Do-It-Yourselfer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact/Easy to Carry
    • Durability/Quality
    • Functionality/Number of Features
    • Handle Comfort
    • Lightweight
    • Strength
    • Versatile
    • Warranty

    Cons

    • Would Like Tip To Be Wide
    • Would Like Tip To One Sid

    Best Uses

    • Electronic Pot Tweaker
    • Maintenance & Repair
    • On the Job
    • Pot Tweaker Tip

    Comments about Leatherman 1:

    So far have used tool to open boxes, pry open covers, remove #2 phillips screws and adjust fine slot electronic pots - worked great
    More durable than I expected for the price point. Fully expected to bend or break it while prying a metal enclosure door open - it really surprised me.
    Like thinner, lighter design disappears on my key chain

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    5.0

    My keychain's best friend.

    By Ron

    from Bradenton, FL

    About Me Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Compact/Easy to Carry
    • Durability/Quality
    • Lightweight
    • Strength
    • Versatile
    • Warranty

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home Improvement/Do-It-Yourself
      • Maintenance & Repair
      • On the Job

      Comments about Leatherman 1:

      The Leatherman 1 has been everything I expected.I use it daily for removing adhesive labels and opening boxes. The screwdriver works well on small screws and is excellent at prying open paint cans. A Leatherman tool for only $11 is as good as it gets.

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      5.0

      It's pretty good.

      By Greg

      from Texas

      About Me Do-It-Yourselfer

      Pros

      • Compact/Easy to Carry
      • Everyday Carry
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home Improvement/Do-It-Yourself
        • Maintenance & Repair
        • On the Job

        Comments about Leatherman 1:

        Overall it's a good pocket tool. The screwdriver works well on all the screws that I've tried it on, wrench works well, and the bottle opener is great. The box opener I don't really understand as the side of the screwdriver seems to work better for that purpose, but it's not a big deal. This thing quite small, about the length of a car key, and it disappears on a key chain.

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