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Leatherman 831082 Freestyle CX Multi-tool

Leatherman has had such a great success in the funny-looking Skeletool, they came up with a sequel : The FreeStyle.  The FreeStyle shaves some weight from the Skeletool, which was already relatively lightweight compared to “traditional” multi-tools.   The Leatherman 831082 Freestyle CX Multi-tool features durable DLC-coated stainless steel construction with a pair of wire cutters, a dual-action set of pliers, and a blade that can be easily opened with one hand.



Add a pocket-size frame and an outside-access blade to the list of conveniences.


For corrosion-resistance, the handles of the CX are DLC-coated stainless steel.

Premium Blade Holds Edge Three Times Longer
The Freestyle CX boasts long-lasting, multi-purpose strength in a pocket-size 3.45-inch frame. This multi-tool features DLC coating for scratch and corrosion resistance as well as a 154CM stainless steel blade that will hold its edge three-times as long as a traditional stainless steel knife. A carbon-fiber handle insert allows the CX to offer a superior strength to weight ratio.

Designed for Superior Control, Power, and Comfort
Designed to act as your “go to” pocket knife without giving up multi-tool functionality, the CX boasts an ergonomic grip to ensure comfort and ease of use. The outside-accessible blade is easily opened with just one free hand, so while you’re holding the fishing line or the flashlight in one hand, you can swiftly make cuts with the other. The CX’s two-in-one needlenose/standard pliers sport both hard and regular wire cutters.

The CX also includes a removable clip, allowing you to store it on your belt or pocket for easy access at all times.

The CX is covered by Leatherman’s standard 25-year (!) warranty.

What you get

– 154CM Stainless Steel, Clip Point Knife, Locking blade

– Needlenose Pliers

– Regular Pliers

– Wire Cutters

– Hard-wire Cutters

– Removable Pocket Clip

Buy the Leatherman Freestyle CX Multi-tool at Amazon



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