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Squirt S4 Multi-Tool Fits on Keyring 9 Tools and Lanyard Attachment Storm Gray Scales Warranty

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Specifications and Features:
2.25" closed
Two ounces
Stainless steel with anodized aluminum scales
Storm gray scales
25 year limited warranty

For warranty issues, contact 800-847-8665 or toolwarranty@leatherman.com

Includes these tools:
Scissors with micro serrated blades
Straight knife
Extra small screwdriver
Medium screwdriver
Small flat and Phillips screwdriver
Nail file and cleaner
Lanyard attachment

Squirt S4 Multi Tool -
This multi tool is ultra compact, super tough, and it weighs just two ounces, making it the perfect tool to pop into that backpack or slip into those slacks. And for such a tiny unit, the Squirt really packs a lot of tough, functional tools for any occasion. Take it on the road, stuff it into a pocket, throw it in the glove compartment, or take it camping. This little tool is ready to work or play.

Serrated Blade -
A serrated blade has a cutting edge that has many small points of contact with the material being cut. By having less contact area than a smooth blade, the applied force at each point of contact is relatively greater and the points of contact are at a sharper angle to the material being cut.

Lanyard Hole -
This is a hole to fit a lanyard, rope or carrying implement through.

Screwdriver -
A tool used for turning screws.

Bottle Opener -
Used for removing caps or corks from bottles. 
Total number of Reviews: 1

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5.0 5
"I've carried one of these for over five years, two deployments, and endless field action. It's proven to be one of the most useful tools I've ever owned... simply because I always have it on me. It was a real toss-up between the S4 / P4 model, but I decided to go with the scissors. While having a tool like the Wave on your belt, on your kit, etc. is useful... it's not necessarily always around. This item has rode on my keychain everywhere... including out the door of various aircraft and low crawled with me to various objectives. It's never broken, rusted, or failed in any way... even the dinky lanyard loop that secures it to my keychain. The knife is long enough to be useful, the scissors make quick work of any wire-stripping jobs your have, and the screwdrivers are always a god-send in a tight spot.They should issue these, along with the Wave, at basic training."