Heritage PST

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leatherman collector's edition pocket survival multi-tool, stainless steel, 14 tools, open view

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£249.95

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This limited edition tool takes design inspiration from the original PST released in 1983. Simplicity, utility, and portability makes it a classic.

Each tool is stamped with Tim Leatherman’s signature, ‘Limited Edition’ wording, Est. 1983 and is 100% made in the USA. The Heritage PST comes packaged in a special edition card box with genuine brown leather sheath.

There is a limited run of 100 tools in the UK.
Heritage PST Tools
  1. Needlenose Pliers

    Perfect for holding small objects or using the pliers in tight, narrow spaces.

  2. Regular Pliers

    Conveniently hold and manipulate items.

  3. Wire Cutters

    Cut regular-gauge electrical wire with this durable, edge-retaining tool.

  4. Hard-wire Cutters

    Easily cut through electrical hard wires.

  5. 420HC Knife

    A knife crafted from 420HC, a high-carbon stainless steel that is corrosion resistant and can be easily maintained.

  6. Wood/Metal File

    Precisely file and smooth edges on wood and metal surfaces.

  7. Phillips Screwdriver

    Tighten or loosen Phillips head screws.

  8. Large Screwdriver

    Tighten and loosen larger flat-headed screws.

  9. Medium Screwdriver

    Tighten and loosen medium-size flathead screws.

  10. Small Screwdriver

    Tighten and loosen small flathead screws.

  11. Awl

    Puncture materials like leather, canvas, or wood to create or enlarge holes.

  12. Ruler (8 in | 19 cm)

    A precise measuring guide for determining length in inches or centimetres, up to 8 inches or 19 centimetres.

  13. Can Opener

    Safely and easily open canned goods in wilderness situations.

  14. Bottle Opener

    A tool that allows the user to pop the top on a favourite beverage.

Heritage PST Features
  1. Made in USA

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  2. Lanyard Ring

    This secure ring is for attaching the tool safely and securely to a lanyard. Often people who work near water or on scaffolding attach their tool to a lanyard on their person to avoid losing the tool if it's dropped.

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