The Wave multitool's compact folded shape hides a wealth of tools and blades within.
The most popular full-size Leatherman tool is now better than ever. Larger knives, stronger pliers, longer wire cutters and all-locking blades make the new Wave an essential piece of equipment for any job or adventure. The pliers have been redesigned to withstand more than double the previous squeezing load, and the new bronze bushing makes one-handed knife access a smooth operation -- plus, the one-at-a-time blade selection function means that the tool you want is the tool you get. The versatile Wave comes with a durable and attractive leather/nylon combination sheath.
The Wave includes several screw bits for added versatility.
This Wave model has four exterior blades that can be accessed even while the tool is closed. (Note: the knife blade can only be opened when the tool is closed.) You can open the blades with one hand by placing your thumb in the thumbhole at the base of the blade, and rotating until the knife is fully extended. This securely engages the locking mechanism.
The saw and file both have nail nicks at their tips for easy access. The locking mechanism is marked with a padlock symbol on the tool itself. To unlock the blades, all you have to do is press the locking mechanism toward the handle until the blade slides past the lock.
Accessing the interior features is a snap, too -- just grip the handles and rotate them open. Each interior blade can be opened by using the nail nicks. The scissors extend in the very same way, and they lock into place for secure, safe use. And of course, it's easy to change the tool bits, too. Just remove the bit from the driver and pop a new one into place.
Optional Accessories (not included)
Expand your Wave's capabilities with the Bit Kit, offering 21 double-ended bits. Or, you can add a pocket clip and quick-release lanyard ring.
What's in the box:
The Leatherman Wave multitool and a leather/nylon combination sheath.
All Leatherman products are covered by a 25-year limited warranty. If within 25 years from the purchase date of your genuine Leatherman tool you find any defect in material or workmanship, you can count on the manufacturer to make it right with fast warranty service. To obtain warranty service, return your tool to Leatherman Tool Group. Depending on the tool defect, they will decide whether to repair your tool or replace it with a product of equal or greater value. No variations, upgrades or refunds are offered.
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The Leatherman Tool Group and its History of Quality
In 1975, Leatherman Tool Group founder Tim Leatherman was inspired by leaky pipes and a cranky car on a budget trip to Europe -- and thus the idea for his first pocket survival tool was conceived. Since then, Leatherman has become an internationally recognized company with hundreds of employees and a wide variety of durable, versatile, stylish products. Created with bold designs and truly rugged construction, Leatherman products are a perfect addition for tool kits, emergency sets, and glove compartments everywhere.
If you dont want to keep a large amount of tools on you at all times, or worried about having them in your vehicle and simply want something portable, this is what you need.Published 1 month ago by Edward Toth
I love this tool and wear it ever day. The sheath it came with took some getting used to. Its not the greatest so I may invest in the molle version eventually.Published 2 months ago by sean arruda
I use this tool very regularly, and find it does the job well in most cases. Great to have it in the car and/or backpack.Published 2 months ago by Mr. Sky
Tough, sharp, and many useful tools! Better warranty program would be nice!Published 7 months ago by Mike Kent
Leatherman make the best multi tools. Their product are polyvalant and for heavy duty. Great purchange and I recommand itPublished 16 months ago by Pascal Bouchard
I've had it for only a few weeks and one of the internal springs exploded out of the handle bursting the rivet. I suspect it's a manufacturing defect. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dan Mueller