Leatherman Free P4 Multi-Purpose Pliers (21-in-1) 832640

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  • Tools: 21
  • Closed Length: 4.25"
  • Thickness: 0.67"
  • Color: Gray
  • Blade Length: 2.75"
  • Weight: 8.60 oz.
  • Locking Blade: Yes
  • Sheath: Nylon
  • Brand: Leatherman
  • Model: Free P4
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Product Type: Multi-Tool

The Free P4 Series Multi-Purpose Pliers from Leatherman were designed for maximized comfort, durability, and ease of use. This Free P4 model sports a 21-in-1 design, housed in a lightweight silver finished handle. All multi-tools open with one hand, and lock up solid for secure use. Item includes a stainless steel pocket clip for secure carry.


  • Needlenose Pliers
  • Regular Pliers
  • Premium Replaceable Wire Cutters
  • Premium Replaceable Hard-Wire Cutters
  • 420HC Knife
  • 420HC Serrated Knife
  • Spring Action Scissors
  • Bottle Opener
  • Pry Tool
  • Package Opener
  • Can Opener
  • Awl
  • Wire Stripper
  • Ruler
  • Wood/Metal File
  • Crimper
  • #1 Phillips Screwdriver
  • #2 Phillips Screwdriver
  • Medium Screwdriver
  • Small Screwdriver
  • Extra Small Screwdriver

Check out our Leatherman FREE blog post to see exactly what makes this new tool so amazing.

Customer Reviews

So far, pretty damn great
Nicholas S. on Apr 24, 2019

I’ve had my P4 for a few days now and it’s to be expected..... great. Two gripes: - the tools in the handles pop out of place sometimes when flipping open the pliers; not too often but I’m also not aggressively opening the pliers - the nail-nick/finger groove for the main blade and the saw came a little chewed up out of the box

Highly Recomend
Ryan M. on Oct 3, 2019

This tool has surpassed any expectations I had. The one hand use of it has saved the job I've been working on countless times. The pocket clip is a much needed addition to a tool this size. I have found a use for nearly every single tool and have not had a complaint about a single one. Thank you Leatherman!

My favorite multi tool design out of others from Leatherman, Victorinox, Gerber, & SOG
May T. on Aug 22, 2021

I have a huge collection of multi-tools from Leatherman, Victorinox, Gerber, and SOG. If I had to choose the 1 or 2 single multi-tools that are my favorite, I would choose the Leatherman FREE series P4 and T4 for the ease of opening and closing, intuitive positioning of the tools, and beauty of the design. I love the fact that the FREE series is made in the USA. I wish the P4 and T4 had the ability to customize the handles as well on the Leatherman.com. I would definitely order customized versions of these favorite models.

Maxwell M. on Apr 15, 2019

Not listed in components is the saw. Preemptive 5 stars because it's going to be game changing. Tell Ben I say hi.

Best Yet From Leatherman
Peter H. on Jun 22, 2019

The P4 Free makes the fifth Leatherman in my stable and is probably the best yet for me. I highly recommend owning at least one of the Free. The biggest advantage by far is accessibility of the many on board tools without opening the tool. Also having the tools pivot opposite of the pliers pivot seems to make the tool feel even more secure. I was leery about the magnet before purchase but after using this tool I really appreciate it's application and it's well thought out. Way to go Leatherman and Blade HQ! Great product from a great supplier. Definitely a home run with me.

Review of the Leatherman P4
Joseph H. on Jul 12, 2019

When I saw Blade HQ's coverage of the new Leatherman products at Show Show 2019 I have to say I was very impressed at the function of finally not having to dig my nails out just to use the screwdriver! I've been carrying this tool daily since I got it and the only complaint I have is the weight. It's a large multi-tool so I completely get why. Love Leatherman products and will probably get at least another in the FREE line up!

Forrest F. on Feb 4, 2020

I never have fingers nails so this leatherman is a game changer for me. It can be hot spotty especially with the little nubs at the sides, but this only bothered me when cutting through some 1/8 inch hog panel. 420HC is a little meh for the price, but I’m just being snobby. Otherwise very good overall.

Fan-flipping-tastic One-Hand User
STEVEN G. on Dec 12, 2020

I have been able to access all the tools and return them all using just one hand as promoted. There was a learning curve, no doubt, and much experimenting, but eventually--sooner rather than later--I figured out ways that were comfortable for me to flip open the pliers and then close the unit. The outer edge tools are much easier to access than the inner tools, but that seems to be expected, I suppose. I haven't had much experience with Leatherman for quite a while so this was like jumping in headfirst into a vast pool of multi-tool products. I went with my instinct and made the FREE P4 my first Leatherman multi-tool, and I absolutely love it. In fact, when I thought I lost my P4 at a junkyard pulling parts for my truck, my first thought was figuring out my budget to buy it again. Apparently, I felt it was worth a 2nd purchase. Luckily, I found it in my tool bag. But if the amount of relief equals the amount of love for the product, consider me happily married. By the way, the Free P4 worked like a champ at the junkyard. Granted, it's limited, like any multi-tool, but it definitely pulled its weight. Now, I'm no engineer and have no idea how to make 21 superb tools fit into one compact device---plus allow it all to function with just one hand--but I think this tool is pretty darn amazing. Could some tools be improved? Maybe. But so far, I've achieved tasks using all the tools, with the exception of the ruler. I still haven't needed to use the ruler--especially one of that tiny size. Overall, great job, Leatherman.

Pretty good multitool with some very innovative ideas
David P. on Aug 13, 2020

Strictly for form and function, it’s a 5-star multitool. Victorinox and Leatherman are tied at the top for fit and finish IMHO. However, there’s a few changes I’d prefer… Now, this isn’t a perfect multitool for “me”, but it’s pretty close. It’s sized between my Victorinox SwissTool and the Spirit (my current EDC). It’s hard to rate a multitool as everyone has a different preference for the individual tools, but this is my take on the FREE P4: Pros: -Opening and closing is smooth; almost like a multitool butterfly knife! -Pliers head is aligned perfectly and the replaceable wire cutters are a nice touch -I like the head this loose, it’s easy to manipulate into small places and adjust with one hand -All locking tools with an improved unlocking lever that is quite easy to do with one hand, bravo! -Main blade is a departure from the normal Leatherman blades, well executed -Thumb opening for the inside tools is under-rated; I don’t have long fingernails so I like this feature -I like the scissors, but there’s enough room to make them almost Surge-sized… -I don’t mind serrated edges on my multitools, and while I would prefer another tool, this isn’t bad -Almost a deep-pocket clip; nice feature for lower profile is you carry in your pocket; can be removed -I like the measurement on the little screwdriver, not sure how much use it will get, but it’s innovative -The awl is unique, time will tell, but it’s a tool I use often on a multitool -I do like how they put various sized flat-tip screwdriver blades on most of their tools Cons: -Scissors: I like them, but they literally could be larger with the room in available when folded -The file. It’s fingernail file, seriously. I would rather have a bigger file vice the serrated blade -I like the concept of the pry-tool with “package opener”, but not sure if it really hit the mark… -Instead of the pry-tool/package opener, would prefer something like the Victorinox “scraper” tool -I like the awl, but wish it had a more traditional pointed end…we’ll see how it does… So, drop the serrated edge (or just give a choice between straight or serrated blades), replace that with a full-sized, REAL file. Maximize the space allowed and make the scissors bigger! They are really good scissors, but the Surge scissors are heavy duty and you could almost fit them in the FREE P4, or at least make them bigger given the room allowed. That would push my 4 stars to 5, but overall, it’s a solid EDC multitool.

Pretty close to perfection.
Kevin B. on Oct 1, 2019

This is a long overdue change to the leatherman pieces. The one handed operation of everything is super handy. My only complaint are that some of the tools could be swapped out for something more useful.

Its OK
JR Q. on Oct 1, 2019

Concept is cool. It works great for getting to the pliers and tools. But their are some ergonomic issues, like hot spots and sharp edges. You can see people saying that on youtube and its true but pretty minor. The finish on the blade thumb hole was ugly, looked like it had been done with some 300 grit sandpaper before they tossed it in the box. The screw driver and scissors are well done. The other tools are all so strange... so many different flat heads that are all sharp and thin. Sold it and I am looking for something in the future with this concept.

One handed???? NO WAY
Craig S. on Jul 8, 2019

I love Leatherman products so I bought the P4 and the T4. I have to say the P4 is very clunky to operate. Maybe if I practiced for a couple weeks and agreed to make 2 emergency room trips, I could work this thing 1 handed. I don't think its worth the cost of my deductible. Overall it doesn't feel any better than the one I have had for over 10 years, except the blade locking.

Leatherman P4 Overpriced and Has Issues
Dale C. on Apr 24, 2019

I purchased this tool to give it a try. I’ve carried it for a few days now and while the fit and finish is very good, the tool has issues. Pros Fit and finish is excellent. The pliers are well made and cut hard wire easily. Philips screwdriver works very well. The pry bar seems very sturdy and is a welcome addition. The blade shapes are good but the steel needs an upgrade. Very slim and fits in pocket easily. Cons The handles flex sideways when the pliers are open. Some inside tools pop out inadvertently when the pliers snap into place. The file is too short and was not able to do minor shaping as well as the Wave/Charge file. When you swing the pliers open and they lock in place it can dislodge some of the inside tools. No bit driver caused me to use a Charge to finish assembly of a harness that used torx screws. All in all, it’s well made but the Surge, Wave and Charge are much better values. I cannot recommend a purchase. If the price drops to Wave level it’s worth considering if you don’t use torx drivers. Otherwise, forego this purchase. EDIT: I deducted a star. The tools popping out of the handles has become very annoying. Everything I cut something hard with the pliers the inner tools, but not the blades, pop out. This clearly a design flaw as I’ve seen numerous comments about it after searching on line.

Mixed Bag UPDATE!
Caleb C. on May 2, 2019

I got it when it first came out. Excited to see that Leatherman would be having a tool with replaceable jaws and pliers where the handles aren't so far apart, like on the surge. Pros: Screwdrivers are great. Anyone who tells you that the lack of short, P.O.S., proprietary bits must be joking, since the long shank on the P4 driver is great for my applications (which must just be different from the home-gamer who must only tighten drawer knobs and such) I like the new locks. The old Leatherman liner and back locks sucked. Too much play. The scissors are nice, as well are the blades. Cons: Too many hot spots. Flipping mechanism is too loose. I had to tighten the handles to keep them from rattling. It's great now. File is a joke. Ruler is a joke. Saw is short. I think it has a much better tool set for a man who works on typical equipment, but a Leatherman never competes with my security torx or hex bits when they're needed; right tool for the job, and all. The bit kits are too clunky and crappy to really count on, so don't be fooled by "experts" who likely just on the number of features. I went back to the original Wave. Has all the drivers and quality tools I like in the free.The tool is too uncomfortable when open or closed to use. You think the ST300 and Rebar have sharp corners....

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