Leatherman Wave Multitool

Leatherman Wave Multitool

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Leatherman Wave Multitool

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The Leatherman Wave multi-tool is hands down our most popular model, made famous by its outside-accessible blades that can be deployed with just one hand. When we redesigned it in 2004, we gave the new Wave larger knives, stronger pliers, longer wire cutters, and all-locking blades. Perfect for any job, adventure, or everyday task, the Wave multi-tool is an international best-seller.

  • 420HC Clip Point Knife
  • 420HC Sheepsfoot Serrated Knife
  • Needlenose Pliers
  • Regular Pliers
  • Wire Cutters
  • Hard-wire Cutters
  • Wire Stripper
  • Large Screwdriver
  • Large Bit Driver
  • Small Bit Driver
  • Scissors
  • Wood/Metal File
  • Diamond-coated File
  • Saw
  • Bottle Opener
  • Can Opener
  • 8 in | 19 cm Ruler
  • INCLUDED BITS: Phillips and Flat Tip Eyeglasses Screwdriver Bit, Phillips #1-2 and 3/16" Bit

  • Stainless Steel Handles
  • Stainless Steel Body
  • Black Oxide Version Available
  • Outside-accessible Blades for One-handed Opening
  • All Locking Blades and Tools
  • Fixed Lanyard Ring
  • Leather or Nylon Sheath
  • 25-year Warranty

  • 4 in | 10 cm (closed)
  • 8.5 oz | 241 g
  • 2.9 in | 7.37 cm (blade length)

Additional Information

Model 830038
Manufacturer Leatherman
Color No


Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Solid performer for YEARS
I've had my Wave for at least 6 years. It has worked on all manner of projects. It is very well built, I have no problem using it was a makeshift hammer or other general mis-use. I believe this one is a newer version, perhaps a different steel in the blades? Out of box, the blades were nice and sharp, I only worked on the plain edge blade after cutting through a box directly onto a brick. Everything locks up nice and tight >6 years later, besides edge touchups all I've done to it is add a bit of oil now and then.
For me the wave is almost perfect, my 2 relatively minor drawbacks were that is didn't have a pocketclip built in (I got on as an accessory and it works nicely) The other was that while the edges have a bevel to them, while it's in the pocket it can still occasionally be uncomfortable, almost like a poke. A bit of time with a sanding drum on the dremel would probably take care of it, but I never bothered because it didn't bother me enough, and with the pocketclip it basically doesn't happen anymore.
Review by Matthew / (Posted on 3/9/2014)