Bear Jaws 155 / 155L

Manufactured by Bear & Sons (Bear MGC), the Bear Jaws 155 was introduced in 1996 and was the first “PST” styled multitool to offer external opening blades.

Leatherman Charge – 2HO

Very recently, I started seeing pictures of various Leatherman tools that didn’t look quite right and it took me some time to put my finger on exactly what was different! It turned out that what I was looking at were variations of several Leatherman tools made specifically for Denmark, where knife laws forbid one handed (OH) opening blades.

Leatherman Surge

As the Supertool is to the PST, the Surge is to the Wave. Even the name describes a super-sized Wave. Whilst most would agree that the Surge is a competent large multitool, it does seem to divide opinion somewhat….

Leatherman Core

Of all the multitools I own, the Leatherman Core is the tool I have turned to for just about everything since I picked up my first one a few years ago. Although too big for me to carry daily, the Core has played a major part in just about every home project I’ve undertaken in recent years….

Leatherman Supertool 200

The second of Leatherman’s Supertool series of big, “professional use” multitools was released in the year 2000 as a direct replacement for the original Supertool. In addition to beefier pliers, the Supertool 200 introduced a more sophisticated tool locking mechanism, and rounded handles for additional comfort….

Leatherman Supertool 300

I have not awaited the arrival of any multitool with as much anticipation as the Leatherman Supertool 300. It is a very basic, no frills multitool, and within a few weeks of it’s launch, already some have expressed concern about cosmetic blemishes, blades being to tight to open etc….