Leatherman – Wingman Multi-Tool, Stainless Steel

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Leatherman - Wingman Multi-Tool, Stainless Steel
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Amazon Price: $34.50 (as of September 4, 2016 6:59 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Genuine heroes are the guys who are prepared for anything. Someone in the workplace cannot open a crucial letter? Cut your way through his confusion with your convenient blade. A woman is desperately attempting to hot-wire a car because, apparently, she lost her keys? Whip out your wire strippers and get her on her way house. The Leatherman Wingman Multi-Tool turns you into a superhero, ready to save humanity, no matter the predicament.
Product Features Handle: stainless steel Blade: 420 stainless-steel Blade Edge Blade Finish Blade Length: 2.6-inch Open Length: Closed Length 3.8-inch Screwdrivers: little screwdriver, medium screwdriver, philips screwdiver Pliers: yes, needle nose File: yes Scissors: no Wire Cutter: yes Wood Saw Bottle Opener: yes Can Opener: yes Other Tools: wire stripper, ruler Weight: 7 oz Recommended Use: being gotten ready for anything Manufacturer Warranty: 25 years

Customer Reviews

How to choose an economical multitool

513 people found this helpful.
 on May 9, 2013
By TonyAZ
There have been excellent reviews of both the Leatherman Wingman and Rebar, as well as all the others, but because there are so many models, it can be hard to choose which one to buy. I hope to help in the choice of economical “Full-size” multitools, as Leatherman calls a number of models.

Not Normal Leatherman Quality But Very Good Buy

53 people found this helpful.
 on November 25, 2013
By Amazon Customer
I have had several Leatherman multitools over the years and have always been amazed by their quality. My most recent one is the Surge which is an incredible multitool but too large and heavy to carry in anything but my EDC bag. The Wingman has the same type of scissors that the Surge has which is generally regarded very highly among multitool scissors. I would have bought the Wingman regardless because of its choice of tools on it.


151 people found this helpful.
 on October 23, 2011
By Johnny Rodriguez
The wingman is pure leatherman quality. I love multitools. I own way too many of every brand. I like many brands Gerber, S.O.G, Victorinox), but partial to leatherman. The leatherman wingman is now going to be my EDC, until their next great creation. I actually used it today to fix one of my sons friends bike while we rode along the long beach bike path. I love that the pliers are spring loaded, you don’t get that with the wave, 300, 200, blast, kick, etc. The spring loaded scissors are great. I used them to trim my beard and they work solid. The leatherman gives specs- metal type, tools, etc. on their web site. The wingman feels a little like the victorinox swiss tool-solid, yet the wingman is much less expensive and has the springloaded pliers, and a beefier knife. Good job leatherman!

Wingman and Charge face to face

32 people found this helpful.
 on January 30, 2015
By Francisco Ballesteros
I bought the Wingman because several times almost lost my beloved Charge. So I decide to get this for my EDC and the Charge just in certain cases. I must say I’m beyond satisfied, I was expecting much less quality compared to the Charge but the certain is the next. The Charge Is by far the best multitool for me with the best quality, so in the scale where Charge is the best the Wingman is pretty good. When I first saw it I tough it was much more small, well you can check in the pictures.

Amazing Product for an Amazing Price!

27 people found this helpful.
 on June 4, 2013
This product should be worth more than just around 25 bucks. The tools are very useful, but one-the ruler. The ruler behind the file is a little pointless, since it’s very small. They should’ve put a more finer file on that side instead. And since the sides are smooth stainless steel, the pliers might be a little hard to use if your hands are greasy or oily. The knife was very sharp when it came, and the scissors were very good too! They could cut through cardboard fairly easy, but it might take a while since it is a smaller scissor. I think they could’ve incorporated more tool into the Wingman, but they wanted this to be a cheaper multitool. If they added more tools, they’d have to raise the price. After about a week’s use, there was a little bit of play in the pliers, but not much-by just about 1 millimeter.

Great Leatherman for the Ease of Access, Price

38 people found this helpful.
 on October 29, 2011
By S. Keeney
I’ve been hoping Leatherman would make a solid tool with a standard pocketclip. I got the Wingman because it was cheaper than the new Sidekick, and I like the scissors. Others have commented on the specific features of the tool. I agree with their observations:

The Wingman is probably Leatherman’s best value multi-tool

4 people found this helpful.
 on October 30, 2014
By T. Tran
I was pleasantly surprised with the Wingman. I wanted a Leatherman that I could just stick in my glove box, but I couldn’t justify the costs of another Wave since I wouldn’t be using it very often. The Wave for sure has better fit an finish, higher tolerances, and just feels more substantial in hand. The Wave feels like it could take more abuse. That being said, based on how good the Wingman is, I don’t think that Wave is worth 3x the costs of the Wingman. Just an FYI regarding the wire cutters, the cutting sections don’t overlap as they do in the Wave, there’s actually a slight gap. Fine wire cutting probably won’t work well, but the Wingman easily snips paperclips without any problems. My recommendation is if you use a multi-tool daily I would shell out for the Wave, even though I think it’s a little overpriced in comparison to the Wingman, after using it daily you won’t be disappointed. If however, you only use it occasionally or just want a multi-tool on hand just in case, the Wingman fits the bill perfectly.

Leatherman Wingman Multi-tool, Possibly the best tool at for the money!

3 people found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2016
By Joe G
I have owned a lot of multi-tools… Leatherman, SOG, Gerber, and others. I recently ordered the Wingman to go into my everyday carry organizer. I received it about two days after ordering it, with no problems in shipping. The tool came in the original box, with the standard Leatherman full-sized tool instruction pamphlet. Upon opening the box, I was immediately impressed by the weight and quality of this tool. It definitely feels formidable in the hand. Comparing it to my Gerber Suspension, another one of my favorite tools, it is similar in weight, but smaller in profile when closed. The Suspension is thicker and wider.
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