Tourism Ireland

Leatherman Multi-Tool

by Veronica An

Mar 3, 2015

Leatherman Multi-Tool Style CS © Toshiyuki IMAI | Flickr


When camping, hiking or making home repairs, it can be exceedingly frustrating if you can’t find the tool you are looking for. Instead of rummaging through a box full of tools, simply reach for a Leatherman Multi-Tool.


This family of gadgets includes everything you need to solve any do-it-yourself task in one convenient bundle. Most tools include pliers, screwdrivers, blades scissors and rulers. Prices range from $50–150 and vary depending on size and features. Clearly, there are a variety of models to suit your needs.


Leatherman Multi-Tool © Pablo Hidalgo | Dreamstime 40146526

© Pablo Hidalgo | Dreamstime


The Juice series is just 3.25 inches in length and weights about 5 ounces — making them the perfect size to carry in a purse or wallet. Despite its compact size, the Juice CS4 tool includes needle-nose pliers, regular pliers, hard-wire cutters, wire cutters, 420hc knife, small saw, spring-action scissors, an awl, a can opener, a bottle opener, an assisted corkscrew, a Phillips screwdriver and three graduated-sized screwdrivers.


For more serious adventures, Leatherman sells the Signal Survival Tool. This full-sized tool includes the standard Leatherman tool features as well as a hammer, replaceable wire cutters, diamond-coated file and bit driver. It comes in a brightly colored case and is easily attachable to backpacks or camping gear.


Leatherman Multi-Tool © Pablo Hidalgo | Dreamstime 40064995

© Pablo Hidalgo | Dreamstime


Leatherman’s line of products is a useful addition to any household and travel bag. Although most multi-tools are prohibited in carry-on luggage, you can safely transport them in your checked bags. Find the multi-tool series that fits your need and be prepared for your next adventure. Learn more at



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