Leatherman for electric?

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Just found this tool while biking,
even with the name there seems no model appear (tried Knifecenter).
Is this something special? I have never seen wire stripper pliers in a multitool?
 

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Scotty321

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Quality tool for the size. I ahve the PS4 version. Only issue I had was the spring broke on the scissors. They swapped a new one for the old, but I don't know if they will do that now with it discontinued.

Hopefully they bring back a Juice and Squirt option, but I'm not feeling this magnetic line, nor "budget Wave" (meaning Wingman, Rev, etc.) direction.
 

fuyume

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I have the Radio Shack branded version. Lovely little tool, I carry it when I'm doing stage work, lighting or sound.
 

Hooked on Fenix

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I prefer the Paladin/SOG Power Play PT-510 for small electronics and data. Otherwise, I’ll use a set of Ideal wire strippers, a Klein 11 in one screwdriver, a Dewalt razor knife (with induction hardened blades), and Klein Linesman pliers for real electrical work (for starters). Don’t mess around with live wires with non insulated tools.
 
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