Leatherman Wave LT650 Pocket Tool
- Stainless Steel
- All Locking Features
- outside accessible features
- one-handed operable features
- supplied with a leather sheath
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|Colour||Silber||Inkl.leder Holster, Box||Silver||+ engraving||Black||—|
|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 10 x 1.5 cm||4.5 x 10 x 15 cm||0.05 x 0.13 x 0.03 cm||3.5 x 10 x 1.5 cm||2.54 x 11.43 x 20.32 cm||0 x 0 x 0 cm|
|Item Weight||250 grams||100 grams||200 grams||—||—||250 grams|
|Size||30/28||0||One Size||One size||One size||Nylon Sheath, Box Packaging|
The Leatherman Wave multi-tool is hands down our most popular model, made famous by its outside-accessible blades that can be deployed with just one hand. When redesigned it in 2004, Leatherman gave the new Wave larger knives, stronger pliers, longer wire cutters, and all-locking blades. Perfect for any job, adventure, or everyday task, the Wave multi-tool is an best-seller.
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Leatherman Wave LT650 Pocket Tool
The Leatherman Wave multi-tool is hands down our most popular model, made famous by its outside-accessible blades that can be deployed with just one hand. When we redesigned it in 2004, we gave the new Wave larger knives, stronger pliers, longer wire cutters, and all-locking blades. Perfect for any job, adventure, or everyday task.
An improved, high-carbon (HC) form of 420 stainless steel that works well with high production tooling. 420HC's strength is optimised in Leatherman multi-tools by heat treatment.
Black oxide is a powder-based metal coating. Ideal for situations where giving away a position would be costly, it is widely used by the military for its effectiveness in reducing glare and reflection.
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I would not attempt to discourage anyone from buying this product, but due to my own recent experience I feel I must advise others about UK knife law:
"It is now ILLEGAL to have any sharply pointed or bladed instrument in your possession, in a public place without good reason or lawful authority."
Now pocket knives have their own special category where if the blade is foldable and under 3 inches it's OK but the Leatherman's blades are locking (one of the features that makes them an actual useful tool).
I recently narrowly escaped arrest after a security bag searcher in a public place asked me if I had any sharp objects on my possession. I immediately showed them my Leatherman Wave expecting to have to hand it into the information desk and retrieve it later, which would be an inconvenience as I had it with me for a purpose - as minor as it sounds I was going to use it at this time as a pencil sharpener, as I was at said public place to sketch for my studies. The multi-tool was confiscated, the police were called, and I was told my Wave would be destroyed and, since it was a locking blade possession out of the home, was illegal in itself. My reason for using it was valid, honest, and I was a bit ignorant of the law to be honest as my record is squeaky clean, but I narrowly escaped an official recorded warning thanks to police discretion.
I hope that this informs others who might, like me, want to generally have something as useful as this on them without a definite, provable, work-related reason for carrying it.
Update for my New Wave 2....
I had the chance to check my New Wave against my Rebar and the Wave in my opinion is just so much better in every way apart from the philips screw driver. I think the Wave might be based on after-market sales, the Rebar philips screw driver is far superior, but it ends there. The Wave is much smoother in operation out of the box. The knife blades are far better being on the outside for quick access, but there isn't anything wrong with the Rebar's blades apart from being on the inside, also they are positioned differently not allowing a full flat blade cut like the Wave. The saw's are of equal quality and the files on either are quite good but the Wave has the diamond file which is a bonus. the tiny screw driver on the Wave is a nice touch because it will come in handy (I wear specs). The plyers on the Wave are better because of the smoother lines. The scissors are an added bonus and will do the job, but not quite on with my Swiss Champ' but that another multi-tool init's self. All being said I'm very happy with the New Wave 2, but I'm also happy with the Rebar, comparing the two is difficult because they are completely different, the Wave in my opinion a much safer multi-tool in use. I am going to send for a pocket clip after sleeping on it, Why Leatherman don't include this useful feature is beyond me because they aren't inexpensive multi-tools. Just a little niggle to Leatherman to wake em' up a bit. I've no complaints though.
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