Leatherman 6


Leatherman 6



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Do-it-yourself Travel Friendly
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Leatherman #6 is a travel-friendly pocket tool designed for the simple day-to-day tasks. Equipped with 5 Standard English wrenches (5/16”, 3/8”, 7/16”, 1/2”, and 5/8”) and a #1-2 Phillips Screwdriver, you’re ready to tighten and wrench any task with ease. The #6 comes with our standard 25-year warranty and is manufactured in Portland, Oregon.


Leatherman 6 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 6 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.

  2. Key Ring Hole

    A strong loop for attaching a split ring or key ring, allowing the user to keep their multi-tool handy at all times.



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good but needs better ergos

By crs

from milwaukee wi

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  • Compact/Easy to Carry
  • Durability/Quality
  • Lightweight


  • Design Tweaks Needed
  • Difficult to Use
  • Ergonomics A Little Off

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    Comments about Leatherman 6:

    Overall this product is great and an excellent idea but the design could use a few tweaks. The bottle opener is not easy to use and neither are the wrenches or screwdriver when attached to your keys. I think it should almost be a straight-sided piece of steel rather than tapering around the wrenches. Also I think it would be easier to use with the keyring hole at the very end of the tool rather than at the corner of the largest wrench. Essentially, I think the shape of the bruizer is preferable - I bought the #6 because the bruizer didn't come with wrenches

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