Not a Swiss Army Knife
I've had my Leatherman Charge TTi for exactly one week.
I do the maintenance for a large high-rise apartment building and my Charge TTi is what I'd been wanting without ever knowing it. I use it lots of times every day (how many times have you read that in Tool Tales?)
Today I had a call on my 2-way to help a lady who was moving and couldn't get the bed-head off the wall. Simple job just needed the bit driver and a couple of minutes. The lady watched when I got out my Charge and said "is that a Swiss knife?" I replied that no, it was American and that it leaves Swiss knives for dead. She was impressed and wanted to know where to get one for her husband.
My Charge saves me multiple trips back to the storeroom for this or that tool because now I've got all the tools I need right on my belt. Thanks for your help Leatherman.
Brisbane, Queensland Australia
It has premium comfort-sculpted titanium handle scales and the S30V® stainless steel clip-point knife, outside-accessible blades and much more.