I bought a Leatherman Kick about 5 years ago, and whilst on holiday a piece of kevlar snapped off a tent pole and went into my finger, about 1-1/2". Kevlar doesn’t show up on x-rays. So, rather than visit the a+e department at the local hospital, I made an incision in my finger with the blade and then removed the Kevlar - which was in three pieces - using the pliers. I taped up the wound with electricians tape afterwards. The following holiday my dog got a 1" thorn stuck in her paw. Again Leatherman saved the day.
Sadly it broke yesterday at work, so I’ve just bought a new one - same model of course. I may give up the camping, but not Leatherman.
PS - DONT ATTEMPT PERFORMING SURGERY ON ANYONE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING AS ONE SLIP COULD BE FATAL, BUT IT DOES SHOW THE USES FOR THE TOOL.
With the same super-strong pliers as larger Leatherman tools, but a narrow shape and light weight, it's ready to take on your biggest jobs.