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Amazon Price: $39.95 $39.95 (as of July 28, 2017 1:54 am –
Real heroes are the guys who are prepared for anything. Someone in the office can't open an important letter? Cut your way through his confusion with your handy blade. A lady is desperately trying to hot-wire a car because, apparently, she lost her keys? Whip out your wire strippers and get her on her way home. The Leatherman Wingman Multi-Tool turns you into a superhero, ready to save mankind, no matter the predicament.
Product Features Handle: stainless steel Blade: 420 stainless steel Blade Edge Blade Finish Blade Length: 2.6-inch Open Length: Closed Length 3.8-inch Screwdrivers: small screwdriver, medium screwdriver, philips screwdiver Pliers: yes, needle nose File: yes Scissors: no Wire Cutter: yes Wood Saw Bottle Opener: yes Can Opener: yes Other Tools: wire stripper, ruler Weight: 7 oz Recommended Use: being prepared for anything Manufacturer Warranty: 25 years
How to choose an economical multitool
625 people found this helpful.
There have been excellent reviews of both the Leatherman Wingman and Rebar, as well as all the others, but because there are so many models, it can be hard to choose which one to buy. I hope to help in the choice of economical “Full-size” multitools, as Leatherman calls a number of models.
Wingman and Charge face to face
66 people found this helpful.
I bought the Wingman because several times almost lost my beloved Charge. So I decide to get this for my EDC and the Charge just in certain cases. I must say I’m beyond satisfied, I was expecting much less quality compared to the Charge but the certain is the next. The Charge Is by far the best multitool for me with the best quality, so in the scale where Charge is the best the Wingman is pretty good. When I first saw it I tough it was much more small, well you can check in the pictures.
Not Normal Leatherman Quality But Very Good Buy
82 people found this helpful.
I have had several Leatherman multitools over the years and have always been amazed by their quality. My most recent one is the Surge which is an incredible multitool but too large and heavy to carry in anything but my EDC bag. The Wingman has the same type of scissors that the Surge has which is generally regarded very highly among multitool scissors. I would have bought the Wingman regardless because of its choice of tools on it.
Leatherman Wingman Multi-tool, Possibly the best tool at for the money!
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I have owned a lot of multi-tools… Leatherman, SOG, Gerber, and others. I recently ordered the Wingman to go into my everyday carry organizer. I received it about two days after ordering it, with no problems in shipping. The tool came in the original box, with the standard Leatherman full-sized tool instruction pamphlet. Upon opening the box, I was immediately impressed by the weight and quality of this tool. It definitely feels formidable in the hand. Comparing it to my Gerber Suspension, another one of my favorite tools, it is similar in weight, but smaller in profile when closed. The Suspension is thicker and wider.
I had come across the phrase EDC (every day carry) while poking around on various sites, and one thing led to another and I was reading about multi-tools. I thought it would be a good thing to have around, and I was completely missing even a knife for the bag I keep in my car.
Great for price, but you get what you pay for. Perfect basic leatherman.
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Great leatherman for the price, however the quality is not what I am looking for. knife and scissors are liner locked. The inside tools are pressure locked instead of the Tbar lock on the wave. This lock is similar to the typical Tbar lock but I believe it is actually pretty good, I really liked it. The body has way too much side play as others have mentioned. It really kills the feel of quality when you try to open the blade and the whole thing starts twisting. If you’re not looking for anything serious, get it. However I need a heavier duty leatherman for work so I will be getting the Surge instead, at three times the price.
One person found this helpful.
I own three leatherman multi tool knives including this one the Mut and the Surge. I use this one by far the most and it is apart of my every day carry (EDC) its sleek design is very ergonomic. It shows little to no wear after heavy use. It is surprisingly light I hardly even notice it is in my pocket and it is very strong. Although the problem with the Wingman is that the pocket clip pressure is NOT enough to keep this multi tool in your pocket. I noticed the weak clip right off the bat. So I put the knife into one of my levis pocket, hung the pants upside down and did a medium type shake and the knife fell out. So you may have to bend this clip to really secure this knife in your pocket.The blade is razor sharp as expected from Leatherman knives. This has just enough tools to get you through most jobs but not so much that it’s bulky. I am very pleased with this multi tool.
Surprisingly useful to me, as non-enthusiast
I went into this with no knowledge of the leatherman brand nor any particular expectation of quality or usefulness from this tool, I had simply ordered it at the suggestion of a coworker. Before it arrived, I was worrying that this wasn’t really a product made for me… sure, I used tools for a living and had my hobbies, but I wasn’t really the type of person who ever carried blades or an army knife. When it did arrive, however, I was very pleasantly surprised by pretty much every aspect of the tool! The wingman immediately felt good in the hand and was just the right weight. The appearance of the multitool looked perfectly utilitarian and didn’t overly emphasize the blade, which is something I could appreciate since this is a tool I would be frequently using in public spaces around families and children, who, understandably, get spooked easily by strangers with knives. Each individual tool in the kit felt sturdy and well exceeded my original expectations: the pliers had a very healthy yet not overpowering spring action, the scissors are, by far, the most useful I’ve ever seen in this form factor, to the point where I prefer them over most full-sized scissors, the knife was sharp and short enough to not look overly threatening when deployed, yet long enough to not impede their use, the drivers were sturdy and not overly awkward to use, even the plastic cutter was a breakout hit and thoroughly useful! What really put it over the top was when I noticed the 25 year warranty, which is actually one of the best warranties I’ve ever seen. There’s no registration or documents to keep, if the tool breaks, you just send it in for free and they fix it. I’ve yet to test how far that warranty extends, but it seems to cover just about everything including regular use! The clip was also quite useful for securing the wingman on the inside of my pocket, which concealed it nicely while still making it easy to access
Great Value and Quality Work
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Great value and quality, I’ve already bought several as gifts and everyone loves them. I keep on in my car and in my camping gear box. Anybody familiar with Leatherman products knows they make good quality products. The only consideration is the tools on each Leatherman multitool. For the money this is the best value of all the Leatherman Multi’s. Cheap enough so that if it gets lost you won’t cry too much and you also will not cry if it gets scratched up. I like that the knife blade is on the outside so that you do not have to unfold the thing to deploy it. The fit and finish just shines quality. There are cheaper multi’s out there and I’ve tried them all, in the end I keep coming back to Leatherman. Buy with confidence and don’t look back.