Leatherman Wingman Multi Tool w/ Knife (14-in-1) 831426

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Leatherman Wingman Multi Tool w/ Knife (14-in-1) 831426
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Item #BHQ-10580


  • Tools:14
  • Closed Length:3.80"
  • Color:Gray
  • Blade Length:2.60"
  • Weight:7.00 oz.
  • Locking Blade:Yes
  • Brand:Leatherman
  • Model:Wingman
  • Model Number:831426
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Multi-Tool


Leatherman's Wingman is an excellent, lightweight, pocket-sized, multi-tool that has you covered. It's a go-to tool for projects around the house, on the job, or at the campsite. The Wingman features a stainless steel body and handle for strength you can trust. Includes a removable pocket clip. The one-hand opening blade is outside-accessible and the newly-designed spring-action pliers/cutters are immensely convenient. With plenty of handy tools, and backed by a team of designers, assemblers, and manufacturing crew from Portland, Oregon, this is one amazing value. Covered by the Leatherman 25-year warranty.


  • 420HC Combo Knife
  • Bottle Opener
  • Can Opener
  • Medium Screwdriver
  • Package Opener
  • Phillips Screwdriver
  • Ruler (1 in/2.54 cm)
  • Small Screwdriver
  • Spring-action Needlenose Pliers
  • Spring-action Regular Pliers
  • Spring-action Scissors
  • Spring-action Wire Cutters
  • Wire Stripper
  • Wood/Metal File


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Heavy but Worth It
This tool is definitely a full-size multitool in weight if nothing else, but it's got a nice clip for carry so it's not all that bad to keep with you. It's more than worth the weigh to have the utility of a full-size pair of pliers on hand (and they're even spring-loaded; bonus points). It's also nice to have a secondary blade in case someone asks to use your knife; that way you're not constantly handing out expensive or fiddly main blades to non-knife people.
Great multi tool
Tyler K.
This multi tool is really great to have around. Itís comfortable to squeeze real tight when using the plyers which is a big deal for me. The only problem Ive hade was the flathead screwdriver tip snapped when I twisted it. A bummer but not a deal breaker
Lives up to its name
Travis M.
I haven't run into a problem that my Wingman couldn't handle. The spring pliers should be standard on any model that Leatherman produces. Surprisingly, the tool I use the most is the clamshell package opener.