I've just taken delivery of a brand new Leatherman Juice S2. Thing is, the logos printed on the scales look different than any I have ever seen. I've never seen a Juice printed like this. I'm a bit worried that the tool might be a fake or something.
The font is correct, as is the maker's mark on the hinge of the pliers. They probably just changed the text printed on the scales because the original ones didn't announce the brand name loudly enough.
I have a Storm Grey S2 that has the name Leatherman, in all lower case font, printed on the opposite side and Juice S2 printed on the same side as yours.
Perhaps they changed things up... I don't think it'll affect the utility of the tool though, right?
Thanks guys. I emailed leatherman and they said they've changed the engraving. There's nothing wrong with the rest of the tool. Just odd that they haven't changed their website to reflect the new look! In fact I preferred the old engraving, I'd agree it's a bit loud now.