The Leatherman Charge is actually a combination of two other great Leatherman multitools, the Charge AL and Charge ALX. The Charge TTi has been fitted with premium comfort titanium handles giving it a sexy, sleek look. But looks aren’t what gets the job done. The Leatherman Charge TTi is a true workhorse among multitools.
Featuring a sleek, new titanium design, the Leatherman Charge TTi is made from titanium rather than aluminum for added strength and for a lighter design. This multi-tool has every tool a man could ever need, and makes them readily available no matter what the situation he may be in.
The Charge TTi boasts 19 of the most useful tools along with 8 interchangeable driver bits. The Charge TTi’s arsenal includes an S30V stainless steel knife, serrated knife with cutting hook, needle-nose and standard pliers, bottle and can opener, 2 wire cutters, wire stripper and crimper, saw, scissors, two file types, a ruler, 8 separate driver bits for different applications and a removable pocket clip, making it easier than ever for him to carry his leatherman all day, every day.
This isn't your ordinary multi-tool. This is a Leatherman, the Cadillac Escalade of multi-tools. The Louis Vuitton of multi-tools. The Michael Jordan of multi-tools.
The Charge's all-locking blades that are stronger than any other multi-tool out there, making it safer and easier to use than ever before. The Leatherman Charge TTi is also the first multi-tool to house a cutting hook made to cut seat belts, linoleum, leather or canvas.
If you're tired of searching for the right tool when you need it, try the Leatherman Charge TTi .
To buy or get more information on the Leatherman Charge TTi Multitool with Titanium Handle and Nylon Sheath, click the link below.
Leatherman Charge TTi Multitool w/Titanium Handle & Nylon Sheath
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