Crater® c33T

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With the Leatherman Crater® c33T you never have to say, "I only have my knife on me." Built in screwdrivers are perfect for the quick tightening or prying job, and the razor sharp 420HC straight blade and pocket clip complete the tight little package we call the Crater c33T folding knife.

Crater® c33T Tools

  1. 420HC Blade

    A blade crafted from 420HC, a high-carbon stainless steel that is corrosion resistant and can be easily maintained.

  2. Carabiner/Bottle Opener

    This tool features a one way gate and allows for easy clipping to a belt loop or strap. It can also be used to pop the top on a favorite beverage.

  3. Phillips Screwdriver

    Created originally by Henry F. Phillips, this screwdriver is for use on Phillips head screws.

  4. 1/4” Flat Screwdriver

    A 1/4" flat-bladed screwdriver tooled from 420HC stainless steel, intended for use on slotted screws.

Crater® c33T Features

  1. Locking Blade

    A knife blade that locks into place when fully deployed. A user must manually unlock the blade to fold it away, which allows for a much safer user experience.

  2. Locking Liner

    A locking mechanism on a one-hand opening feature that holds a tool safely in place when fully deployed. A user must manually unlock the tool to fold it away, which allows for a much safer user experience.

  3. Replaceable Pocket Clip

    A removable clip which allows the user to wear their multi-tool attached to a pocket or belt loop without the use of a sheath. By removing the clip, the user is able to easily carry their tool in a sheath if preferred.

  4. Thumb Stud

    A secure stud located near the pivot point of a Leatherman pocket knife that allows the user to easily and smoothly open the knife blade for use.

  5. Blade Launcher®

    The Blade Launcher® is a finger placement pad located at the pivot point on the spine of the knife. By placing an index finger on the pad and pulling down sharply, the user can quickly and safely deploy the knife for use. There are no springs in this operation, so it is not classified as "assisted opening."

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