Wave

 

Wave
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Wave
Manufacturer Leatherman
Page By AltitudeSickness
Page Type Jan 6, 2008 / Jan 6, 2008
Object ID 4531
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Product Description

Wave makes an evoluntionary leap in the multi-tool category by offering one hand access to two locking blades (one straight edge, one serrated) plus two additional locking tools, seven more interior tools and the best handle comfort Leatherman's ever produced. The unique design of Wave is not only visually striking, it provides an unmatched array of features in a compact stainless steel tool that weighs just eight ounces.

The Leatherman Wave has these great features.

18 tools in one
Blades that are accessible from the outside of the tool
One-handed opening
Manufacturer warranty
Includes case with belt loop
Length: 4" (10 cm) closed and 6.3" (16 cm) open
Weight: 8.5 ounces (264 grams)

Features & Specifications


The most popular full-size Leatherman tool is now better than ever. Larger knives, stronger pliers, longer wire cutters and all-locking blades make the New Wave an essential piece of equipment for most any job or adventure. Also with a serrated knife, saw, scissors, a wood/metal file and diamond-coated file.

Leatherman New Wave Knife Features:
Needlenose pliers
Regular pliers
Wire cutters
Hard-Wire cutters
Clip-point knife
Serrated knife
Saw
Scissors
Wood/metal file
Diamond-coated file
Large bit driver
Small bit driver
Ruler (8"/19 cm)
Bottle/can opener
 

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AltitudeSickness - Jan 6, 2008 8:43 pm - Voted 5/5

My Favorite Leatherman
I have owned Leathermans for many years, this is my favorite one so far. My primary reasons for this is because of the ease on the hands when using the pliers and also the saftey features and the locking blade feature is the easiest to use of all those I have used.

tommi - Jan 7, 2008 4:13 am - Voted 5/5

Useful
I own a Wave since 1998, very durable, strong and sharp. its a little bit heavy, but that might be the reason for the durability.

PeterBayliss - Feb 22, 2008 6:12 pm - Voted 5/5

Well worth having
I have had one since 2004 and found it great. The tools on it actually work unlike cheap imitations and have found it very useful.
It's a bit heavy but it is excellent to have at camp for fixing things.

mountainmanmark - Mar 26, 2008 6:23 pm - Voted 5/5

Permanently in my packs pocket
For general camping I always carry my Leathermans, although as stated above it is heavy and so does not accompany me on alpine trips. Never let me down and an excellent example of a do all piece of kit.

walkingtrashcan - Sep 1, 2012 2:38 am - Voted 5/5

Will be dearly missed
I've had the Wave for about 10 years now. I recently lost it on Elkhorn Mountain. It served me well and will be dearly missed.

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