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Roscoe writes: “The Leatherman Juice S2 is, in my opinion, the most functional multitool out there.  This is the only Leatherman I know of that combines the functionality of pliers, with the convenience of scissors.  One of the biggest benefits of this multi-tool over others is that the knife blade is located on the outside of the handle, so you don’t have to open the pliers to get to a knife.  I carried one of the original Leatherman knives a few years ago and didn’t find it very comfortable to use, and sure missed my scissors and easy access to a knife.  This is a great, simple tool.”

The Juice S2 [Leatherman]

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5 Responses to Reader Find: The Leatherman Juice S2

  1. Bowen says:

    I’ve got one of these (somewhere) and before I misplaced it, it was my daily pocket pal. I’ve got a wonderful Gerber Recoil, but with the S2 weighing almost nothing and having everything I use regularly, it was the S2 that got all the carry time.

    Now I just need to find it…..

  2. Bryan says:

    I got one of these for x-mas 3 years ago, and I have used it almost daily ever since. I love this thing. It’s got the pliers, the scissors, the knife, both the popular driver types.

    This thing is awesome.

  3. SuperJdynamite says:

    I have one of these as well and agree with the endorsements. The fit and finish are excellent.

    The only caveat is that the knife blade is somewhat thin. It’s not inappropriately thin, but I don’t think it would hold up to severe abuse.

  4. MichaelJ says:

    I have one of these and I love it. They are smaller than your traditional multi-tool, but have all the accessories you need. Fits better in your pocket too.

  5. Michel says:

    I must agree with all good comments about this tool (actually I have a Juice CS4 – it’s almost the same). I have it since 2003 and I use it on a daily basis.

    The only drawback is the sheath that came with it; it did not last as long as the tool itself… No biggy, I have a solution:

    http://beurk.ca/2011/05/03/diy-sheath-made-with-inner-tube/

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