The Leatherman Sidekick Multi-Tool features stainless steel construction and 14 tools including two 2.6" 420HC blades—straight and serrated; three screwdrivers; two sets of spring-action pliers/wire cutters; and a wire stripper—all with a stainless finish. The blades are outside accessible and feature one-handed operation. The built-in carabiner holds an optional ¼" hex bit driver. The lanyard ring and replaceable pocket clip help keep the Sidekick within arm's reach. The multi-tool comes with a ballistic nylon sheath with touch-fastened closure and is assembled in the USA.
The Professional's Source Since 1973
- 14 Tools
- Stainless Steel Construction
- 2.6" 420HC Straight Blade
- One-Handed Opening Blades
Leatherman Sidekick Overview
Leatherman Sidekick Specs
|Blade Length||2.6" / 6.6 cm|
|Length||3.8" / 9.7 cm (Closed)|
|Material of Construction||Stainless Steel|
|Weight||7 oz / 198.5 g|
|Included Sheath Dimensions||4.0 x 1.2 x 0.6" / 10.2 x 3.0 x 1.5 cm|
|Package Weight||0.7 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.15 x 3.55 x 1.75"|
Leatherman Sidekick Reviews
Does not come with a Carabiner!
So I asked a question specifically about the Carabiner, BH said the item shipped with one but in fact -at least for me- it did not. It saddens me a bit since I really needed it to hook the tool to my rig for quick access. Other than that the Sidekick is flawless. Slick. Insanely SHARP. Rock solid. Handle with care!
Be a Good AC
This toolset is great to have on set, it comes in handy in unforseen situations and fairly small to pack in your kit
High Quality Tool
Purchased as a gift, B&H had it in stock at a good price with fast delivery
A classic design. Tool kit in a pouch.
The thing is it is so much easier than a Swiss army knife. Everything opens without breaking a fingernail and all the tools are useful. There is no waste. I love this tool, keep in my camera bag.
Never go anywhere without it!
well designed with a few caveats
This replaced by ancient, original Leatherman which is still fine, except the tip of the knife blade snapped off. Good features of this new model = the knife and one other blade can be opened without opening the entire unit; both of these blades lock open = much safer; there is a small catch to keep the pliers open. On the downside, tools other than the knives are harder to open than on the original Leatherman.
Everything I need
The standard for a classic leatherman. I feel like it's a good middle ground between price and features. I wish it was a tiny bit smaller and that getting the screwdriver tools out was a little easier, but those are minor complaints.
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