The Free T4 Series Multi-Purpose Folding Knife packs 12 useful tools into a compact and lightweight frame. All tools open with one hand, and lock up solid for secure use.Components:
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Great little utility tool, with very convenient one hand operation. I removed the pocket clip as it will chew up your pocket edge pretty quickly. I also carry this in the pocket as I have an EDC knife that rides in the pocket clip location. Overall it has a nice quality feel as you would expect from a Leatherman, and takes a good beating.
I really do like this product from leatherman. It has a deep carry pocket clip and it a little wide in your pocket but ya get used to it especially when you need it you don't think about it being a little wide anymore in your pocket. As for a edc multi tool this is one of my favorites. Great quality and has the tools on it I use the most for something I need to pull out of my pocket most of the times. All leatherman products are very nice and great quality and a decent price.
This is more practical than a full-size leatherman and carries better than a SAK (Swiss army knife). I love my multitools, but I seldom use pliers. Every time I try to use a SAK as part of my edc, I struggle to find a way to carry them where they don’t clog my pocket or require a holster. Additionally, I much prefer locking blades and tools. The T4 is the perfect marriage between a “traditional” style leatherman multitool, and a SAK.
It’s really no big deal. The tools themselves are typical Leatherman quality, and that is great. It’s pretty.
I’m sure the T4 will be great once it wears in a bit. It starts off a little tight. Unless you’re more dexterous than me, you will be flipping up all of the tools on one end and then pushing the ones you aren’t using back down. It’s really no big deal. The tools themselves are typical Leatherman quality, and that is great. It’s a pretty compact package although it’s a little bigger than I expected. (I obviously didn’t pay enough attention to the dimensions given by Blade HQ.) I think it’ll be a great pocket tool set once I get used to it.
My tool did not come with a tweezers anywhere. That was a big selling feature for me and there is not one included. Other than that, it's a little heavy and bulky, but a nice tool overall. Without the tweezers...it's a swiss army knife with a pocket clip at twice the price. Without a tweezer. I'll stick with Swiss Army until the product gets fixed.