Making a fashion statementColour coordinated. (Image removed from quote.)
Some quick videos, an update on the tool and another showcasing the one handed mod. https://youtu.be/giSVVFk6WIAThe Mod for OHT Blade was so easy to do...its amazing that it didn't come this way. Very easy to use one handed now.(Image removed from quote.)https://youtu.be/NGy9ttJ333oCheers,H.G.
Only when taking a plane. But here in Australia they are so inconsistent that one person may allow it and next time it would be taken from you. I have had Allen keys and jeweller screwdrivers taken after being in several planes.
BTW, the link for the Leap Club isn't working, had to find the thread a different way. UPDATE plz?(Image removed from quote.)Added Wave file to the Leap as a removable option. It is a bit thinner than the blade so it needed some Braeon tape to thicken the profile. Not a perfect fix but made it stay a little better. I really like having the file over the Blade if I am going to carry a larger dedicated folder or fixed blade. Its a very very light and capable package now with a diamond/metal file.Cheers,H.G.
It is a shame that the surge file and saw holder can't be cut to be used on the leap.With the great shape and ergonomics of the leap it would be great to use it with a T shank saw.
When do they plan on doing that?Its still on LM's website.Ill be buying another Rev or 2 at home Depot. Just because they are discon and I love mine.But after reading this thread, seems like its as good of a MT as the other LMs. Might be worth buying.
I got my Son a red Leap for his 8th birthday (he is already 10 now!!!) and he loves it. So do I for that matter. Initially, we stored it out of his reach and he asked Mom or Dad if he could handle it. After I was confident in his respect for the tool, he now keeps it in his room and uses as he deems appropriate. Usually every night prior to tucking in, we sit down and go through his emerging collection and I will run through all the implements on his Leap. I need to get a picture of him with it to share with the group (and update my avatar).I think Leatherman could easily expand this tool into a line, I would say to replace the Juice line and even the Wingman/Sidekick. I even think it has a lot of potential as a high-end/tactical tool if instead of GFN they used G10 and/or carbon fiber for the handle/chassis. Either way, they need to offer an adult-ized version.