Best Swiss Army Knife May Be a Leatherman Blast!

The classic Swiss Army knife led the way.  

Soldiers returning from Europe were impressed with the pocketknife that could do a little bit of everything.  The Swiss Army knife became synonymous with multifunctional:  A jackknife of all trades.

How about a pocketknife that can do a LOT of everything?  

Take a look at the Leatherman Blast Multitool with Leather Sheath

Leatherman Blast pocket tool

The Leatherman Blast is not fooling around.  A strong pair of pliers are the “core competency” of the Leatherman Blast.  But it’s just getting started.  

Warning:  The Blast is not a light tool.  You will know it’s in your pocket

And no wonder.  Look at this functionality:

  • Needlenose pliers
  • Regular pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Hard-wire cutters
  • Clip-point knifephoto of a pocket tool Leatherman Blast
  • Wood/metal file
  • Saw
  • Scissors
  • Large screwdriver
  • Small screwdriver
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Small bit driver
  • Ruler (8 inch/19 cm)
  • Bottle/can opener
  • Wire stripper
  • Lanyard attachment
  • One double-ended bit
Additional features:
  • All-locking blades for safety
  • Four screwdrivers, scissors, saw and extra-long knife blade for cutting, driving, snipping, and sawing on the fly
  • Directional, open-tooth saw design for easy starting and easy cutting
  • Double-ended eyeglass screw bit offers both flat and Phillips driver for driving a wide variety of screws
  • 25-year limited warranty for consumer confidence
Get it at Amazon!

Author: AstroGremlin

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22 thoughts on “Best Swiss Army Knife May Be a Leatherman Blast!”

  1. This really great. I think LeatherMan did a great job here. Swiss knives are really important and very convenient tool especially for military men. I sure hope this comes with a pouch, it will be nice if it’s leather.

  2. I still think that these army knives are magical, although I am an adult. I remember how my father pulled it out when I was little, and showed me how much it can do. Now, my hubby has one and I am still amazed by the complexity, yet simplicity of this tool. 🙂
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  3. Thanks for the great review. The number of functions it provides, Leatherman is surely going to be a hit. I like the warranty they are offering. Never heard about the superstition that you have mentioned in the comment. I heard that gifting sharp objects ends the relationship.
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  4. No license required, John, but here’s an old superstition. If you receive a knife as a gift, to make sure you don’t cut yourself, always pay the giver at least a penny. Paying a penny and being careful are how cowboys and other superstitious folk have safely used knives for thousands of years. I think that’s how the story goes.
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    1. Hmm, I never heard of that superstition thing. I actually received a leatherman knife as a gift last Christmas, but didn’t give any money to the person who gifted it to me. But thankfully I haven’t injured myself (yet).

      Joking aside, leatherman knives are really great. The one I got as a gift has been in my pocket since the day I got it and I cant recall how many times I have used it for so many different things. It should be called super tool or something like that.
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