Leatherman Charge AL multitool

GearFlogger reviews the Leatherman Charge AL multitoolMultitools! Gaaaahhhhh, so shiny! Avert your eyes if you are prone to shiny-shiny syndrome. The Leatherman Charge AL is a beefy chunk of one-fisted love for those of you who like to abuse your tool. You know who you are. Get help.

The 6061 T6 aluminum alloy handles are tough enough to take what you got. Weighing in at a solid 8.6 ounces the Charge AL is a thick little tank engine that is designed to be squeezed and squeezed hard, so if you're using the pliers a lot this is the tool for you.

Beyond pliers the Charge AL has a serious 154CM stainless steel blade and a separate serrated knife to boot. There are almost too many doodads to list. Almost! How about needlenose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutters and strippers, hard-wire cutters, saw, scissors, wood/metal file, diamond-coated file, large and small bit drivers with 8 double-end bits, 8-inch ruler, fixed and quick-release lanyard rings, removable pocket clip and last but not least a can and bottle opener. Oh, and you can put it in a sock and use it as a prison sap. Just in case, right?

Seriously, if you are looking for an end-of-the-world zombie-scenario multitool that's still relatively pocketable, check out the Leatherman Charge AL.

$100.49 at Amazon


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