TTI clip-point blade is crafted from S30V stainless steel for optimal edge retention, flexibility, and hardness * Lightweight corrosion resistant TTI handles made from premium alloyed titanium * Cutting hook slices through seat belts and linoleum just as easily as leather or canvas * Multiple bit drivers let you customize your bit selection to fit any activity * All-locking blades are easy to use and over 50% stronger that our orginal locks; 25-year warranty
I was a big fan of the L-Man Wave and carried one for several years. I loved the convenience of having the blades, saw & file open from the outside. These components also featured high quality cross-locks similar to the ones on a lot of premium pocket knives. These basic design features are maintained in the Charge TTi.The quality of these particular items - blades, files and saw - seem to me to be the things that set one multi-tool apart from the other. The quality and design of one screwdriver bit or can ..
The Leatherman Charge TTi replaced my venerable Leatherman New Wave as my every day carry closing in on two years ago. I've loved everything about this gear since I got it. About the only thing I've found is that the titanium really didn't decrease the weight much. It's a near perfect instrument, and for those of us who like to keep a solid multitool handy at all times, this should be the one. I've been carrying a multitool in a sheath (and sometimes clipped in a pocket) for many years now, and I've mad..
I got my Charge TTi for Christmas. It is great, I find more and more uses for it wherever I go. However, it wasn't great when I got it. The main straight blade didn't lock when opened and the inside accessories on one side wouldn't budge by hand - had to PRY THEM OPEN with another screwdriver. I sent it to Leatherman for repair after calling them first and describing my problem. I also included a note with specific instructions that, whether the tool is repaired or replaced, I want it checked for being 100%..