The Leatherman Charge Tools feature strong yet lightweight handles that are sculpted for extra comfort. The Charge tools have four components that are accessed while the tool is in the closed position: a one hand opening clip point blade, a saw blade, a one hand opening serrated blade, and a file. The exterior tools pivot on bronze bushings for smooth quick opening, and lock open with a liner lock. The locking interior components rotate individually, allowing the user to grab one tool at a time. The Charge pliers have been redesigned to withstand 133 percent more squeezing than before. The Leatherman Charge Tools come with versatile bit drivers that allow the user to customize his bit selection to fit any activity. The tool kit has been totally redesigned. It is so slim and compact that it can be slipped behind an elastic band inside the Charge sheath for storage.
The main differences between the Charge tools:
Charge AL has hard anodized aluminum handles, no crimper, no cutting hook, scissors, a large screwdriver, 1 large bit driver and 8 double end bits for 16 usable tools.
Charge ALX has hard anodized aluminum handles, a crimper, a cutting hook, no scissors, no large screwdriver, 2 large bit drivers and 9 double end bits for 18 usable tools.
Charge TTi has titanium handles, a crimper, a cutting hook, scissors, a large screwdriver, 1 large bit driver, and 8 double end bits for 16 usable tools.
All of the Leatherman Charge Tools have a removable pocket clip and 2 lanyard rings (1 fixed, and 1 Quick Release).
Editor's Note: Charge TTi has a super strong Titanium handle. All locking blades and tools. Two one hand opening blades with S30V steel utilized in the plain edge blade. Handy pocket clip for carry option where the sheath is inappropriate. All components fit within the sheath. The redesigned bit kit is "not wide and bulky like the old style tool kits that looked and fit like a double wide trailer on your belt".
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