I sent in an '80s one a little over a year ago with a broken tip on the blade. In my note I mentioned that it had sentimental value. I'm pretty sure the replacement blade was the correct style for the tool. (I'll double check that this evening when I get home.) Dave
I might contact leatherman and see if they coould replace the broken Flathead and plus its a little loose these days, comes with age i guess the loose part paul
FWIW they repaired my original Wave a couple of years back. I was kinda gutted though they they didn't swap it out.
Quote from: zed6309 on January 15, 2010, 07:27:43 AMI might contact leatherman and see if they coould replace the broken Flathead and plus its a little loose these days, comes with age i guess the loose part paulPaul I take it your talking about the flat head on your wave ? Ok listen carefully I will only say this once Whitby and co are the importers and distributors of Leatherman in the Uk and they take care of UK warranty . You can send it all the way to the states if you want but Whitby are the official UK LM Warranty guys . Phone them up on 01539 721032 and ask to speak to someone in the Leatherman warranty department . Explain to them you have an original ( old style ) Wave with a broken flat end screwdriver ( tell them exactly which one it is ) and ask if they have any in stock as you don't want the tool replaced with a new style as yours has sentimental value . They will soon let you know if they have one in stock .Then send your wave recorded and with a letter explaining whats wrong and repeat the bit about wanting your tool back for sentimental reasons to Leatherman Warranty (UK)Whitby & CoAynam MillsCanal Head NorthKendalCumbriaLA9 7BYYou should have it back in about 7 days .This is exactly what I done with my SideClip and I got fantastic service .Dunc
I very much doubt it . I snapped the blade on my SideClip and there was no charge Dunc