Here’s the fanciest Leatherman multi-tool you’ve ever seen

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NEWS – Have you ever said “wow” when you’ve seen a multi-tool? You will when you check out this ultra-fancy Leatherman Charge+ Damascus multi-tool. It’s available in two versions. One with wooden handles like you see above and one with carbon fiber like you see below.


Both versions of this special Charge+ multi-tool feature an American Damascus steel 2.9 inch blade and a total of 19 tools that include: Damascus knife, Damascus serrated knife, needlenose pliers, regular pliers, 2 types of wire cutters, wire stripper, crimper, saw, scissors, cutting hook, ruler, can opener, bottle opener, 2 types of metal/wood files, 2 sizes of bit drivers, and a screwdriver.

The Leatherman Charge+ Damascus looks like a tool that you would hand down to your children and it has a just as impressive price that reflects that at $299.99. Interested in adding one to your EDC? Head over to for all the details and if you’d like a Leatherman Charge+ with the same tools but without all the bling, you can get one for $139 on Amazon.



11 thoughts on “Here’s the fanciest Leatherman multi-tool you’ve ever seen”

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  2. Honestly, I’m tempted. I have a Charge I’ve worn every day for years – so I’m likely to continue to do so, and this would come with a *nice* new sheath (I’ve worn mine out), as well as being a bit more of a conversation piece.

      1. The normal version is $150, and this also includes their high end leather sheath, which is usually an extra $50. So it’s an extra $100. For something unique that’s part of my EDC? Could be worth it.

          1. Well, the point would be to show it off – and the carbon fiber one at a glance wouldn’t look all that different than the standard black edition. Therefore, the wood. 😉

  3. Not to mention that there will only be 300 of each profile being made !!! Which makes them a true collectors piece !!!

  4. Anthony Carpenter

    I was given a similar Leatherman tool with almost as many tools and all locking once engaged. It has been more useful to me in my artwork working with bones and beads that are handcrafted and shaped into the pieces that I am happy with. Had I the money to spend 300.00 on the multiple that you’ve displayed, I most certainly would. As beautiful as it is with the wood handle, as much use as I know it would be facing in my case, it would be prudent for me to opt for the carbon fiber handle. Very beautiful though, with those dark wooden grips.

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