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View Poll Results: What should your multi tool have, pick all that apply. Explain what you don't need
Knife blades ( clip point, sheep's foot, serrated knife etc) 32 78.05%
File( different textures on front back and sides) 24 58.54%
Screw drivers ( Philips head and flat head) 32 78.05%
Pliers ( standard or double force, replacement cutter?) 34 82.93%
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Anything you would add or take away. Please explain 5 12.20%
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I was looking up the Leatherman bit extension and found this, as well:
Leatherman Signal
https://www.amazon.com/Leatherman-Si...PCE2AQX7EZJNN5

This is a new one for me.

Just my opinion.
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I was looking up the Leatherman bit extension and found this, as well:
Leatherman Signal
https://www.amazon.com/Leatherman-Si...PCE2AQX7EZJNN5

This is a new one for me.

Just my opinion.
Thanks Jerry. I guess Leatherman is listening to additional tools that people want. The signal has pretty much all the things that people have mentioned. I actually just text the link to people who are looking for a new MT. I hate that Leatherman is now a 25 year vs the old lifetime warranty. Still 25 years is a while for a warranty
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I carry a very small Swiss Army. The items I use the most are these:

Small knife (cutting open bags, cleaning fingernails, other small jobs).
Small fingernail clipper which I use for clipping string and also for its intended purpose.
Plastic toothpick which I use often.
Small tweezers which have come in handy getting metal or wood slivers out.
Small screwdrivers which I've used on occasion.
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Blasting cap crimpers are always a nice feature.
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Blasting cap crimper and cap punch.
I have a Multi-Plier 600 - DET from Gerber
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I have a Multi-Plier 600 - DET from Gerber
Doesn't the MUT EOD have these as well. Not 100% sure but I thought it did.
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Just saw a Leatherman with change-out inserts for the wire cutter. Nice feature.
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Just saw a Leatherman with change-out inserts for the wire cutter. Nice feature.
Yeah its hard wire cutters with replacement cutters, that was a selling point for me on my Leatherman Rebar. I think also the Signal Jerry posted has these and know a few others as well. Definitely a nice addition to my MT.
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