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Signal Multi-Tool

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Why We Like The Signal Multi-Tool

Don't forget to slip Leatherman's Signal Multi-Tool in your backpack the next time you hit the trail. This compact multi-tool provides a plethora of uses for making fires, preparing food, repairing gear, calling for help, and more. Special features include: a blade with serrated and straight edges, multiple pliers and cutters, a saw, hammer, diamond-coated sharpener, and a ferro rod for starting fires. Leatherman also added a wire stripper, awl, drivers, wrenches, a safety whistle, and openers for cans and bottles so you're prepared to fix anything when you're back in civilization.


  • Multi-tool for camping, hiking, and backpacking
  • Hammer for anchoring tent stakes at camp
  • Nineteen tools for repairing gear and hardware
  • Scratch-resistant DLC Diamond-Like Coating
  • Nylon sheath included
  • Item #LEAF02O
stainless steel, Cerakote
420HC stainless steel
Blade Edge
serrated, straight
Blade Finish
DLC coating
Blade Length
Open Length
Closed Length
phillips 1-2, 3/16in
1/4in box
needlenose, regular
Wire Cutter
yes, replaceable
Wood Saw
Bottle Opener
Can Opener
Other Tools
diamond-coated sharpener
Sheath Included
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
25 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

July 1, 2023

It's a Signal, you can tell, by the...

way it is. I love this thing, it's got all the bells and whistles.... well maybe just a whistle. I remember getting the original in the Scouts and I feel like if that Leatherman was visited by the Signal, like in some time of vessel that traverses Einstein Rosenberg Bridges or something, I think the original would be like "wow, the race has really developed." All that is to say, it's a pretty nifty tool and it looks evil/cool in black and red. I love this thing.

Michael M