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Leatherman Juice XE6 Multi-Tool

    great multitool to hve with you very compact. if you are carrying it on your belt at all times it is better to have sheath that secured so you dont loose it
    (loop for belt as oppose to clip)


    Nice options but bulky

      The pliers on this model are strong. I used them to pull a huge honey locust thorn out of the sole of a pair of Chucks two weeks ago. @AaronWilbur is right about the size, though I haven't had any problem with anything coming loose.



        While it is a good little tool, it is heavy for how few features it has. The knves on it are really sharp and accessible. Parts of it are coming a bit loose on mine, and ive only had it for a few months with no heavy use. This includes the plates on the outside, the corkscrew, and the two main parts wiggle some.


        A great, pocketable multi-tool

          It's like a Swiss Army Knife with useable pliers.

          As usual, you'll need to evaluate your needs as to whether this one will do it for you.

          Mainly know that this tool has an excellent build quality.

          It's a little over 3 inches and about a little less than 7 ounces.

          It has Needlenose Pliers, Straight Knife, Serrated Knife, Saw, Diamond File, Awl, Wire Cutters, Hard-Wire Cutters 3 flat head screw drivers: Extra-Small, Small, and Medium, Phillips Screwdriver, Corkscrew, Can/Bottle Opener, Scissors and a a lanyard ring.

          But, it's no replacement for a larger, even more versatile tool with locking tools like one of the SwissTools series or one of the better Leatherman models like the Wave or one of the Charge models (all of which really need to be worn on one's belt weighing about two / three ounces more and are a only a little bit longer when closed.

          Note: that the Juice models accept an adapter than permits one to use a host of bits (multiple sizes of flat, philips, torx, etc.). The SwissTool and the most of the Leatherman also permit add-on bits as well.

          Personally, although I am a big fan of Swiss Army Knives, due to the better pliers, it's my pocket tool of choice these days.

          Howver, if _you're_ on a budget and are looking for a versatile multi-tool stick with one of the larger models like the SwissTool, or the Leatherman Wave, or one of the Charge model.