The Leatherman Charge Plus TTi multi-tool is packed with 18 tools, including interchangeable wirecutters, drivers and 8 bits. The Charge Plus TTi has stainless steel construction with titanium handle scales. The Plus TTi has a 2.9 inch premium S30V stainless steel blade with a plain cutting edge and a 2.9 inch 440HC stainless sheepsfoot blade with a fully serrated edge and seat belt cutter hook. All blades and tools are locking. The Charge TTi multi tool includes a fixed lanyard hole, removable pocket clip and a premium nylon/leather sheath.
I’ve carried it in the holster for about 1 year now, I use it at least 2 times a day and no failures
Not much to say, it's a Leatherman, so it's top quality. I just received mine less than a week ago, but have already used/needed it many times. Quit reading and go buy one!
I think I speak for a good amount of people when I say this was a long time coming. For years now we have waited patiently for Leatherman to give their highest end tool a feature it deserved, replaceable wire cutters. And here we are! Featuring beautiful stainless steel replaceable wire cutters, the Charge TTI Plus has finally stepped into the future. It’s the same Charge we’ve come to know and love, with one great feature added. Well, two great features because these new nylon sheaths are way better than the old Velcro ones. It’s a phenomenal tool so unless you already own a Charge TTI then the TTI Plus is worth a look. It’s durable, comfortable, versatile and most of all it just works.
I have been carrying this tool everyday with the pocket clip for 6 years now. I truly believe it is the ultimate EDC and although I have multiple other knives, I just can't bring myself to carry them when I know how much I use this thing. I am a huge advocate for multitool EDC and I think this truly is the ultimate.
I liked the Charge TTI for a while but for some strange reason the pliers in the unit do not "seat" properly and it gets "wedged" near the phillips screwdriver tool when closing it. I've emailed Leatherman but have not heard a response as yet. I have not mishandled the tool so I think it could be a defect or something has loosened. Hard to say. The Charge TTI is otherwise a great unit. I bought one for my father not long after I purchased my own. I do hope Leatherman stands by their 25 year warranty. The jury's still out.