Leatherman Rebar Multi-Tool with Brown MOLLE Sheath

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The Leatherman Rebar Multi-Tool features stainless steel construction with a black oxide finish and 17 tools including the following: two 2.9" 420HC blades-straight and serrated, three screwdrivers as well as two sets of pliers, two sets of replaceable regular/hard wire cutters, and a wire stripper. When opened, each tool locks into working position. The lanyard ring helps keep the Rebar within arm's reach.

The brown MOLLE (Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment) sheath features a nylon webbing strap with a snap closure on the rear, and a touch fastened front closure. The Rebar features clamshell packaging, and it's assembled in the USA.

Tools:

Regular/needle-nose pliers

154CM replaceable regular/hard-wire cutters

2.9" 420HC straight/straight blades

Wire stripper

Wood/metal file

Push/pull saw

Small/large screwdrivers

Phillips screwdriver

Awl with thread loop

8.0" (20.3 cm) ruler

Bottle and can openers

Brand: Leatherman
Catalog Number: 428926
Specifications
Blade Color Black
Blade Material Stainless Steel (420HC)
Handle Color Black
Knife Type Swiss Army
Number of Knives/Tools 17
Pocket Clip Included No
Sheath Included Yes
Sheath Material Nylon
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The Leatherman Multi-Tool was actually invented by an Oregonian traveling Europe by bicycle. Leatherman decided that what he needed was multipurpose tool he could carry that would be lightweight and versatile. Thus was born the multi-tool which in the beginning was basically a plier with a number of blades and tools in the handle. Sure, there have been plenty of copycats but we consider the original Leatherman line to be the best in the business. Whether you want a high tech liner locking tool like the Wave or colorful pocket models like the Juice, you will always find the same high level of quality both in design and manufacture. All Leatherman tools are made in the U.S.


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