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Leatherman OHT Multi-Tool

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Apr 21, 2016

Category: Gear

For way too long multi-tool users had to make the unfortunate choice of choosing which ‘one-hand operable’ multi-tool was fit for the job. Either a one-hand-opening pliers or one-hand-opening blades. Never both. Well, until now. Leatherman took these two operations and fused them together for the first time in their 100 percent one-hand-operable OHT multi-tool.

The Leatherman OHT features spring-loaded pliers and wire cutters, eliminating the need to adjust and readjust your grip. The piece additionally houses 16 other tools that all lock into place when open, and are easy to find thanks to the Leatherman’s visually-imprinted handle. It’s also highly packable with a closed length of on 4.5-inches and weighing in just under 10 ounces. The primary blade is constructed from 420HC Stainless Steel and is 2.37-inches in length. The piece also comes with a 25-year warranty that ensures durability and reliability each and every user. They are available now in both black ($80) and coyote tan ($90). [Purchase: Black | Tan]

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