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If you're gearing up for fishing, the PST II is ready to go, with a superior array of features. Sharpen your hook on the smooth diamond-coated surface of the file. With its combination straight/serrated knife blade, tough scissors, four screwdrivers and more, the PST II belongs in your tackle box.

PST® II Tools

  1. 420HC Combo Blade
  2. Ruler (8 in | 19 cm)
  3. Bottle Opener
  4. Can Opener
  5. Diamond-coated File
  6. Hard-wire Cutters
  7. Large Screwdriver
  8. Medium Screwdriver
  9. Needlenose Pliers
  10. Phillips Screwdriver
  11. Regular Pliers
  12. Spring-action Scissors
  13. Small Screwdriver
  14. Wire Cutters
  15. Wood/Metal File

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PST II
 
4.5

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4.0

This is the Best Leatherman ever made.

By Lino

from Brisbane, Australia

About Me Do-It-Yourselfer, Engineer

Pros

  • Compact/Easy to Carry
  • Functionality/Number of Features
  • Handle Comfort
  • Leather Case
  • Lightweight
  • Strength
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Wears Out Thu Const Use

Best Uses

  • Maintenance & Repair
  • On the Job
  • Unexpected Jobs

Comments about PST II:

This is the tool that will solve most day to day problems and is not bulky or heavy to carry. I live by the motto: "No one ever found their Leatherman useful if they didn't have it with them."

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5.0

Great pocket tool

By Adrian

from Poland

About Me Just A Regular Guy

Pros

  • Compact/Easy to Carry
  • Lightweight
  • Tool Selection
  • Warranty

Cons

  • Handle Comfort

Best Uses

  • Every Day Carry

Comments about PST II:

Slim design, scissors and diamond file make it one of my favorite LM tools. Handles aren't very comfortable, so any heavier use requires gloves. I'm also not that crazy about blade serration.

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