LEATHERMAN SURGE MULTI-TOOL
The Leatherman SURGE Multi-Tool is one of our two largest multi-tools.
A real powerhouse, built with our largest pliers, longest multi-tool blades and easy-to-use locks.
A unique blade exchanger, replaceable 154CM wire cutters and four outside-opening blades give you quick access to the tools you use most.
The SURGE was built for tough jobs and the hands that do them.
All the Leatherman SURGE tools lock safely into place once fully opened.
With a a 25 year warranty, the Leatherman SURGE Multi-tool will be at your side for a long time.
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Leatherman SURGE Multi-Tool Component tools…
- Needle nose Pliers
- Regular Pliers
- Premium Replaceable Wire Cutters
- Premium Replaceable Hard-wire Cutters
- Stranded-wire Cutters
- Electrical Crimper
- Wire Stripper
- 420HC Knife
- 420HC Serrated Knife
- Spring-action Scissors
- Awl w/ Thread Loop
- Ruler (8 in | 19 cm)
- Can Opener
- Bottle Opener
- Wood/Metal File
- Diamond-coated File
- Blade Exchanger
- Large Bit Driver
- Large Screwdriver
- Small Screwdriver
Leatherman Surge Specifications
Closed Length = 4.5in | 11.5cm
Weight = 12.5oz | 335g
Blade Length = 3.1in | 7.87cm
rust and corrosion prevention
All Leatherman products are manufactured from 100% high-grade stainless steel. (Exception: Screw bits for the tool adapter are made of tool steel.) But stainless steel is not rust proof; it is corrosion resistant. Depending on the mix of metal alloys, stainless steels may be highly corrosion resistant and relatively soft (like kitchen flatware), or they may be somewhat corrosion resistant and quite hard.
Our products are fabricated from the latter type, so your tool and gear components are strong and the knives retain a sharp cutting edge. Consequently, corrosion can occur in the absence of proper maintenance. Your Leatherman product should be cleaned, dried and re-oiled periodically to inhibit rust and corrosion. This is especially true if you use it in a damp or marine environment.
After cleaning, re-oil pivoting areas with a light machine or penetrating type oil. Buff stained surfaces with a polishing cloth or non-metallic abrasive (e.g., Scotchbrite pad or soft bristle brush). Do not use WD-40 as this will corrode washers on our tools.