Leatherman has a range of multitools leading their full-size models known as the Leatherman Charge. They come in three slightly different guises known as the AL, ALX and the flagship Charge TTi.
I’ve owned my Leatherman Charge TTi for about 4 years and it has rescued me from trouble numerous times. This Leatherman multitool is a real workhorse it’s packed full of features and sets the bar for other manufactures. I chose the Charge TTi because as it is the top of the range pocket tool from Leatherman it’s loaded with the most features out of all Leatherman multi tools. The Charge has outside-opening blades for quick and easy one-handed access and all tools are locking for added safety. Locks are easy to use and are over 50% stronger than original Leatherman locks. The Charge includes a removable pocket clip and also includes the option for a Leather or Nylon sheath. As we have come accustomed to, Leatherman includes a 25-YEAR WARRANTY.
The new Charge jaw design includes wire cutters with 58% more cutting area than before. Charge wire cutters can consecutively cut 12-penny nails and still cut the finest monofilament. Charge pliers were redesigned to withstand 133% more squeezing load. Charge TTi has a blast cap crimper built into the pliers. The Charge plier jaws are ground to perfection and tempered to a Rockwell hardness of between 49-53 on a C scale.