Wave Multi Tool & Monarch 400 Flashlight

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Wave Multi Tool & Monarch 400 Flashlight

$29 Gilt
silver black
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Stainless steel fuse multi tool.

  • All-locking blades and tools.
  • Tools include needlenose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutters, hard-wire cutters, 420HC knife, 420 HC serrated knife, saw, scissors, wood/metal file, diamond-coated file, large bit driver, small bit driver, wire stripper, small screwdriver, large screwdriver, removable pocket clip, extra bit / bit holder, Phillips screwdriver, 8 inch ruler, and a bottle and can opener.
  • Lanyard attachment.
  • Approximate measurements: length: 4", weight: 8.5 oz.

    Anodized aluminum Monarch 400 flashlight.

  • 45 Lumens and 3 watt LED.

  • 1 hour battery life (includes AA battery).
  • Features include polycarbonate lens, tail switch, and a plated, textured reflector.
  • 32F / +140F Temperature resistant.
  • Water resistant rated 1PX4.
  • Humidity, shock, and corrosion resistant.
  • Hole for lanyard.
  • Approximate measurements: length: 4.1", weight: 2.2 oz.
  • Comes with nylon case.

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Material: Stainless Steel, Flashlight: Anodized Aluminum

Brand: Leatherman

Origin: United States

You’d think that the name for one of the world’s most recognizable tools came from its original use, but the famous pocket do-it-all is named for its inventor, Tim Leatherman. While traveling through Europe with his wife in 1975, the mechanical engineer was frustrated by the limitations of his trusty Boy Scout knife. Why not incorporate many of the most commonly needed tools into one versatile, tough package? Leatherman began producing prototypes and received a patent in 1980. When the million-dollar phone call offering to buy his design never came, he began producing the tool on his own. Thirty years later, the tool—along with dozens of other innovative implements—is still proudly produced in Portland, Oregon.