The Leatherman Crunch multi-tool is unlike any multi-tool available today with Locking pliers that fold away! The Crunch clamps up to a 1-inch diameter pipe, and if you remove the adjusting screw, you'll find a hex-bit adapter built right in. With locking knife blades that release with the push of a button, the Crunch will take a bite out of any job.
This Crunch Multi-Tool has satin finished stainless steel construction with all locking features, nylon belt sheath, lanyard ring and Leatherman's 25-Year Warranty!
So this is not for every man. I work on a lot of equipment every day. its great for when you don't have that wrench size and a basic socket set. I admit, I own a few leather-man. The wave is in my pocket when I'm out. But the Crunch is in my work pants every day. As my dad said there is a right tool for every job. If your in the woods get a wave. If your in the shop or working on cars, get the crunch. I can't say how much I love this tool at work and when working on cars. But if you don't do that don't buy it...
seems like a James Bond gadget! I think it's the slickest looking closed multi tool there is. It is capable and I would gladly pick this over any other multi tool out there any day. It has some really nice features for work With wires as far as crimping and stripping goes. With the locking feature, The players are extremely strong. And like the other guy said, I always carry a bad ass folding knife so I've never cared about a knife on a multi tool, in fact, the players are the only reason I would ever get a multi tool. And you better hurry because I already bought the other one from the site and I'm thinking about buying this one as well
This is probably one of my favorite multitools i own. It may not be the most practical in every situation but there are some situations I'd pick it over most other multitools any day. It folds up super small and slim so it's comfortable to carry just in a pocket if you didn't want to carry it on your belt. It's a pretty cool feat of engineering to get the tool collapsed as small as it does and still be able to clamp onto a 1 inch diameter pipe. This is a great tool for diy'ers and contracters alike. Since its a vicegrips it will let you really crank on a stuck bolt when you're in a pinch and won't slip like a regular pliers style multitool. Even though it's a vicegrips since it's spring loaded it will suffice as a needlenose. Some people have an issue with the serrated blade but since It's so small the serrated blade makes sense. I didn't really have an issue with it since I usually carry a folding knife along with it so the lack of a blade never bothered me. It's definitely worth it to add to the EDC of any DIYer or handyman alike.