Leatherman Surge Multi Tool Stainless Steel (21-in-1) 830158

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Item #BHQ-16355


  • Tools:21
  • Closed Length:4.50"
  • Color:Gray
  • Blade Length:3.10"
  • Weight:12.50 oz.
  • Locking Blade:Yes
  • Brand:Leatherman
  • Model:Surge
  • Model Number:830158
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Camp/Hike
  • Product Type:Multi-Tool


The Surge is one of Leatherman's largest multi-tools and a true powerhouse. It is packed with large pliers, long multi-tool blades and easy-to-use locks. The Surge utilizes a unique blade exchanger. Large and small bit drivers and four outside-opening blades give you quick access to the tools you use most.


  • Needlenose Pliers
  • Regular Pliers
  • Premium Replaceable Wire Cutters
  • Premium Replaceable Hard-wire Cutters
  • Stranded-wire Cutters
  • Electrical Crimper
  • Wire Stripper
  • 420HC Knife
  • 420HC Serrated Knife
  • Saw
  • Spring-action Scissors
  • Awl w/ Thread Loop
  • Ruler (8 in | 19 cm)
  • Can Opener
  • Bottle Opener
  • Wood/Metal File
  • Diamond-coated File
  • Blade ExchangerŽ
  • Bottle Opener
  • Large Bit Driver
  • Large Screwdriver
  • Small Screwdriver


Customer Reviews

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Heavy multitool
Anders S.
This is a darn good multi tool, feels super solid in hand. I did find it rather heavy for edc but it's still a very nice tool. My main issue with leatherman is their lack of a outboard bit driver like gerbers centerdrive. I also don't understand the obsession they have with flathead drivers, it seems it ever leatherman will have 3 flat heads and maybe 1 small Phillips. The surge doesn't even have a dedicated Phillips so it relies on the interchangeable bit driver. If I happened to lose the bit and wasn't able to get a new one I probably wouldn't carry the tool.
Great but...
Timothy S.
Had this one for about 2 years use it when I'm working in the yard or the shop. holds an edge, very handy, it is heavy and I would recommend using a lanyard for ease of access dropped it in the mud a couple times and had to clean it with WD-40 and cue tips because the blade/file slot lock would stick when being opened.