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The Leatherman Surge

Leatherman’s Surge model was first introduced in 2005. It was an immediate success and continues to be a strong seller. It’s a big boy, fullsized device featuring 21 tools all up. When originally released, one of these tools was a tiny interchangeable bit driver for tightening very small screws, such as those found on eyeglasses. Nothing wrong with that, it’s pretty innovative.

But the Surge received a facelift in 2013. That small bit driver was dispensed with and replaced with a small flathead screwdriver which can’t be removed. A larger interchangeable bit driver has always been a feature. So older models feature two interchangeable drivers! The big improvement came with the introduction of a redesigned, more substantial plier head which incorporates interchangeable hard wire cutters of improved steel. It is this post-2013 current model which forms the

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