Skeletool EDC review

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Leatherman skeletool

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Weight 5oz
Length. 4 in closed 6 in open
Width. 1/2 in
Tools. Knife, pliers, wire cutters, screw driver, bottle opener, carabiner , pocket clip

The knife is one hand open on the outside with a liner lock.

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Screwdrivers are flat bits one housed in the handle an one in driver

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The skeletool is an awesome tool for the minimalist. Light and compact with the ability to clip on anywhere.

Pro's

Light
Looks cool
No unwanted tools

Cons

Combo blade
Driver is funky to use, I suggest a bit extender
In plier mode it's not the most comfortable.

Cost around 40.00 60.00 for the plain edge blade with 154cm steel

I carry this tool everyday after work, team it with a Swiss that has saw and scissors and it's golden.

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Leatherman skeletool

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Weight 5oz
Length. 4 in closed 6 in open
Width. 1/2 in
Tools. Knife, pliers, wire cutters, screw driver, bottle opener, carabiner , pocket clip

The knife is one hand open on the outside with a liner lock.

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Screwdrivers are flat bits one housed in the handle an one in driver

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The skeletool is an awesome tool for the minimalist. Light and compact with the ability to clip on anywhere.

Pro's

Light
Looks cool
No unwanted tools

Cons

Combo blade
Driver is funky to use, I suggest a bit extender
In plier mode it's not the most comfortable.

I carry this tool everyday after work, team it with a Swiss that has saw and scissors and it's golden.

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How is the clip? is it strong or does it seem flimsy? I know it isn't designed for rappelling.
 

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