A cast pinching tool for holding or manipulating materials.
Fold-away pliers that will clamp and lock up to a 1-inch diameter pipe. The pliers are easily loosened or tightened by adjusting screw at the base of the tool.
Bypassing cutting blades ideal for cutting hard wire.
420 HC stainless steel bypass cutting blades, meant for cutting regular-gauge wire.
A useful notch for safely stripping multiple types of wire.
420HC Serrated Knife
A toothed blade crafted from 420HC stainless steel. Serrations grab and cut materials easily, making this style of blade exceptionally useful for cutting through rope or fiber.
A precise guide for determining length and other measurements.
A groove on the surface of one of the Crunch plier heads that can be used to hold a round item, such as wire or a fish hook, in place. A pin vice can also be used for tying fly fishing flies.
A tool that allows the user to pop the top on a favorite beverage.
A 420HC stainless steel tool with a crisscross pattern that forms a rough surface for the user to file or smooth both wood and metal surfaces. The file pattern on Leatherman files is extended to the end of the file as well as down the side to give a file stoke and/or a more precise file edge.
1/4” Hex Bit Driver
This slot allows for use of conventional 1/4" hex bits to expand the functionality of the tool.
Created originally by Henry F. Phillips, this screwdriver is for use on Phillips head screws.
A flat bladed screwdriver tooled from 420HC stainless steel, intended for use on larger slotted screws.
A flat bladed screwdriver tooled from 420HC stainless steel, intended for use on medium slotted screws.
A flat bladed screwdriver tooled from 420HC stainless steel, intended for use on small slotted screws.
All Locking Features
All locking features means that every tool and knife on the body of the handle, with the exception of the plier head, will lock into place. Note that the Crunch; however, does feature both all locking tools and plier head. The all locking design enables the user to operate individual tools safely and effectively. By locking them into place when fully open, the user can put pressure on the implement while safely completing the job, before manually unlocking the tool to stow it away.
This secure ring is for attaching the tool safely and securely to a lanyard. Often people who work near water or on scaffolding attach their tool to a lanyard on their person to avoid losing the tool if it's dropped.