Marius | March 30th, 2014
I'm not really a multitool guy, I had in the past some other models, a Juice XE6 from Leatherman, and I've seen and handled a Charge TTI. Limited experience, I know, but I didn't like the juice that much, and the charge was quite bulky for my liking. Yet. the Rebar surprised me and changed that. Overall I seem to prefer the inside opening tools, which gives me access to everything the tool has when I work with the pliers. But on to the thoughts on this tool. . The looks, well, the looks are as close to perfect as they can be, maybe a brushed look similar to the micra would have been even nicer, but even so, the tool looks and screams with quality. The old style revamped with new ideas and tweaks. Yeah. It is not small, but it is smaller and lighter than others that share the same overall size, especially pocket wise. Although almost identical in tools and looks to the ST 300, this is as pocket friendly as it can get. What it has is well known, but I'll go over it anyway. Pliers, of course, they are needle nose pliers and can easily pull one hair, which I thinkis quite precise. I used them to tighten some eyeglasses screws bolts, which is more detail and care than brute force, and they did the job with ease. It has wire cutters, hard wire cutters, and to top it off, they are replaceable, and made of 154CM steel. Good move here. Although the pliers are capable of detail work, they look very tough, and I'm sure they are. I just cut and stripped some copper wire, just to see how it does, and cut some kanthal wire. No problems whatsoever. There are some that changed the plier head on their wave with the rebar head, to get the 154CM replaceable cutters, and the tough looks that the rebar sports. Then there are the two blades, one serrated sheepsfoot, with rescue in mind, (rope, seat belts and so on) and a regular clip point plain edge. (420HC steel). Both are hollow ground and came with a good working edge. A few passes on the ceramic rods of my sharpmaker made them just as I like, scary sharp. There is a wire crimper, and then some nice long screwdrivers, those are a 3D Philips head and some regular screwdrivers. A saw and a nice file are also present, along with a bottle/can opener, which has wire stripping capabilities. Did I mention there is an awl too ? With a thread loop, of course. I used one screwdriver for tightening some difficult to access screws when mounting some equipment, and due to the long drivers, that was also an easy job. Except the saw, file and the blades, the tools come out in clusters, so you can easily pick which one you want. And all those lock in place. Except the lanyard hole. Yeah, it has one of those too, even though it comes with a nice sheath for belt carry. There is a ruler too, in inch and in cm. What it lacks, are scissors. But this one came with a free micra, which is all about scissors. The amazing thought that went in the design is reflected by the detailed work found in the tweaks, and attention to detail that make this a great tool to have around. The cutouts are just right, the stamping of the handle is designed to accommodate the blades opening/closing with no waste in space, the screws are recessed, the handle is thinner where the plier head is, making it smaller in pocketÃƒÂ¢Ã¢ "šÂ¬Ã‚Â¦there are many improvements hiding in plain sight on this tool. Gotta love that kind of design. The classic look of the old leatherman tool is back. The Rebar is a winner, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a tough, dependable, and pocketable multitool.
Takis | July 4th, 2014
I ordered a Rebar multitool and I had a Micra as a gift! With a belt pouch and sharpening stone, too. My order arrived within the days that they told me and the tools were packaged well. When I had a question, the response was fast. Great service! The tools are great, too. Very good and heavy duty construction. With a body by stainless steel it looks that it can't get anything even if the use is hard. Very useful tools. I liked the ruler and the bottle opener vey much! I did not choose the engraving option but is a very nice feature for someone who wants to make the tool more personal. I recommend Leatherman Tools to everyone!
Richard | November 2nd, 2014
I bought a number of leatherman Rebar multi tool knives with engraving on both for myself and to give as corporate gifts. As an on site engineer I need a reliable tool. The tool is easy to use and works well, I would prefer pliers that flip out so they can be opened with one hand, but once open the pliers work well as do the other tools the serated knife is particularly good with a multitude of uses. I am a fan of the nylon pouch which I believe is easier to get the tool in and out of rather than the leather one.
jonathon | February 1st, 2015
This is the third leatherman I have bought - all birthday presents! They were well recieved with pleasure. An absolutely brilliant all purpose tool
Paul Buckwell | July 15th, 2015
Excellent service, great tool, good engraving and the leatherman micra and sharpening stone are a nice bonus. I recommend this company
Roberta Black | July 15th, 2015
Bought for a 60th birthday present, had it engraved - very nice so am sure the guy I bought it for will be delighted.
Noel Byrne | July 15th, 2015
I bought this tool as a birthday present for my son. He's very pleased with it. It's a smart looking tool and came with a whetstone and a pouch. I looked at other websites (e. g. Amazon) before ordering it here. The offer from Leathermans was the better.
Jim Neill | July 15th, 2015
Great all round service, keen price, fast delivery and very pleased with the engraving. It turned a good birthday present idea into a GREAT present, especially for a special birthday, thanks!
Malcolm Fowler | July 15th, 2015
I bought a SuperTool over twenty years ago and when I put the Rebar next to it, the Rebar, in my opinion, has the slight edge over the SuperTool.
david j c bartlett | July 15th, 2015
The Rebar arrived in good time using the free postage, packaged well. The Rebar is light enough to carry with you without being a burden, the pliers are good as are all the tools although I must say some are a bit tight(brand new, maybe they wiil ease with use). The engraving on the blade looks good adding a nice personal feel to the tool. Overall good quality & useful, it's on my belt nice n handy!