Leatherman Charge TTi Multi-Tool with Leather Sheath

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When Leatherman made the Charge TTi, they combined all of the most requested features into one functional tool. The TTi's premium comfort-sculpted titanium handle scales and an S30V® stainless steel clip-point knife to really take this multi-tool to the next level. Who says a multi-tool can't be sexy?


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Product Title: Leatherman Charge TTi Multi-Tool with Leather Sheath

Manufacturer: Leatherman

Lowest Price: $113.02 from Mwave.com

Power Score: 4.3 | 3 Reviews


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best leatherman ever

Strengths: leatherman quality and awesome functionality + low-weight titanium

Weakness: i've pinched my hands between the handles when using the pliers

this is the best version of the leatherman i've ever seen. it has all the functionality of any multi-tool on the market, with the high-quality s30v steel knife blade and lightweight titanium handle. the only ergonomic problem i've encountered is that the blade spines in the handle protrude enough to pinch your skin if you're not careful.

By cardingcanluran - Mar 18, 2008

Leatherman Charge TTi 830682 with Leather Sheath

Strengths: One hand operated, lots of useful tools including removable bits with an option to get extra ones

Weakness: May get cheaper next year

This knife is the best tool knife I've ever had. I've purchased additional bits for it and so far I'm afraid to start using it because I love it so much!

By zipmale - Aug 2, 2007

Leatherman Charge TTi | w/ Leather case

The Leatherman Charge TTi replaces two discontinued Charge tools, the Ti (w/scissors) and XTI (with cutting hook), by combining the features of both. The externally accessible clip-point knife is now made of S30V stainless steel, a grade better than the 154CM stainless used on the Ti/XTi and the new Charge AL/ALX blades. The handles of the TTi, like the Ti and XTi before it, are made of titanium,...
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