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leatherman wave plus

The Leatherman Wave + Multi-tool is an upgrade to the classic Wave, the bestselling Leatherman multi-tool of all time with all locking features. All of the tools packed into this 100 percent stainless steel 17-in-1 multi-tasker can be opened and locked with one hand quickly, so you don't need to pause. Several of the tools, including the 420HC knife blade, are outside-accessible, so you can open them without unfolding your Wave.


The Wave Plus adds premium replaceable, durable wire cutters to the lineup of features from the classic Wave.


The Leatherman Wave Plus comes with a sturdy ballistic nylon belt sheath with a high-grade metal rivet snap closure. Elastic sides and reinforced stitching assure your Wave + will fit snuggly and securely into this sheath.


  • 25-year Warranty
  • All Locking Blades and Tools
  • Fixed Lanyard Ring
  • Ballistic Nylon belt Sheath
  • Outside-accessible Blades for One-handed Opening
  • Stainless Steel Body
  • Stainless Steel Handles

Measurements:
Length (Closed): 4 inches / 10 cm
Length (Open): 6.3 inches / 16 cm
Primary Blade Length: 2.9 inches / 7.37 cm
Materials: 100% stainless steel (optimum grade hardness for each tool/blade)


$189.00

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The original Multi-tool

The original Leatherman tool was called the PST, or known as the Pocket Survival Tool. Eight years in the making, the PST comprised of 13 different tools and folded up into a five ounce, four inch toolbox. In the first year of business, Tim and Steve hoped to sell 4,000 tools; instead, they sold 30,000. And over the next decade, they would sell over one million PST multi-tools.


UNWAVERING PERSEVERANCE

When Tim started on the prototype for this new tool, he estimated it’d take him a month. Instead, it took the next three years to build the prototype he envisioned and file for a patent. With the patent application and prototype in hand, he set off to sell his idea. Unfortunately, the companies he approached didn’t bite. Knife companies thought his invention was a tool, and tool companies thought it was a gadget. Neither were interested.

For another three and a half years, Tim faced one rejection letter after another. Until he partnered with his college friend, Steve Berliner, and in the spring of 1983, they received their first order for 500 tools from Cabela's and launched the first Leatherman tool.

Reinforced clear top drawer bag
$55.00

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