Reddit Reddit reviews LEATHERMAN, Squirt PS4 Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Aluminum Handles, Built in the USA, Black

We found 57 Reddit comments about LEATHERMAN, Squirt PS4 Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Aluminum Handles, Built in the USA, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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LEATHERMAN, Squirt PS4 Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Aluminum Handles, Built in the USA, Black
READY FOR ANYTHING: The Squirt PS4 will make you wonder how you ever managed without it. This lightweight mini-tool comes in handy for everything from snipping fishing line to wrapping a birthday gift on the go.FIT MORE FUNCTIONALITY: The Squirt PS4 is equipped with 9 tools, including a knife, pliers, screwdrivers, wire cutters, scissors, a bottle opener, and a file.LET'S BE PRACTICAL: Sometimes you only have one hand to spare. The Squirt PS4 only requires one hand to open and use all the tools.ALWAYS ON HAND: The Squirt PS4 weighs just 2 ounces and is equipped with a key ring so it's always within reach and ready to work.GUARANTEED: Our 25-year limited warranty ensures that your Leatherman will give you many years of dependable service. Just send it in and we'll fix it up. All Leatherman multitools are made and repaired right here in the USA.
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57 Reddit comments about LEATHERMAN, Squirt PS4 Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Aluminum Handles, Built in the USA, Black:

u/kmb11132 · 21 pointsr/AskReddit

Leatherman Squirt PS4 = pliers + scissors on a keychain-size tool

u/cH3x · 13 pointsr/preppers

I like the Morakniv and firesteel ideas, and also:

u/Landoperk · 13 pointsr/backpacking

Sawyer Mini water filter. $20 Arguably the best lightweight backpacking filter available.
Also, the Leatherman Squirt is on my backpacking wishlist this year.

u/s_s · 8 pointsr/Ultralight

Philosophy: spend as much money as you can on the best Big 3 you can. Leave worrying about shaving grams with titanium mugs and other small shit until you get bored and you budget is bigger. :)

Big 3: $610

  • Tarptent double rainbow - $275
  • Enlightened equipment - RevX 40 - $180
  • ULA CDT - $135
  • Thremarest Ridgerest SOlite (Torso length) - $20

    Cooking: $24.50

  • Stanco Greasepot: $10
  • Tritan LMF spork: $2
  • Supercat stove: Free
  • Aluminum foil windscreen: free +effort
  • Reflectix pot cozy: $10 + effort
  • Bic mini: $0.50
  • Waterbottles: 2x 1L Kroger-brand generic smart water bottles: $2

    First Aid: $32

  • Scentless Zinc oxide creme: $5
  • Moleskins: $2
  • Dr. Bronners unscented baby-mild soap: $5
  • Band-aids: free
  • Ducktape: free
  • ibuprofen: free
  • Imodium: free
  • 100% DEET: $5
  • sunscreen: free
  • Aqua Mira tablets: $15

    Clothing: $64

  • baseball cap: free
  • bandana: free
  • synthetic t-shirt from walmart: $5
  • dri-ducks 100 wt fleece $32
  • nylon gym shorts: free
  • running shoes: free
  • socks (2 pair): $27
  • garbage bag poncho: free

    Other: $58

  • headlamp: $35
  • leatherman squirt: $23

    Total: $788.50

    base weight : ~10lbs
u/TheStuffle · 6 pointsr/EDC

A small Multitool, check these out.

Leatherman PS4 Squirt <-- I have one of these, it's about the same size than a tube of chapstick.

Leatherman S2 Juice

u/thompssc · 6 pointsr/EDC

Descriptions with links

  1. Moleskin mini-notebook.

  2. Zebra F-301 Bold: Notebook and pen get dropped into my shirt pocket. On weekends, whether they come along is completely dependent on whether my shirt has a shirt pocket.

  3. Seiko 5 SNK793: Just got this last week actually, but I really like it. I had a Hamilton Jazzmaster before and, while a quality piece and I love the style, the case was just too big/heavy for my liking. I found myself wearing my Timex weekender on a NATO strap more and more. This has a very similar case size, although slightly thicker/heavier due to automatic movement. Something classy/understated enough for work.

  4. Maratac Copper AAA: I really love this thing. This is not the newest version (rev 3), so it only has low/high, but that's all I really need. Feels very solidly made, I have dropped it numerous times and it has nary a mark. Despite the exterior being solid copper, it isn’t as heavy as I thought it would be and I never even notice it in my pocket, even in dress pants. I leave the clip on so I can set it on my desk/counter and not have it roll off, but often don’t bother to clip it to my pocket. Sometimes I’ll clip it to my coin pocket in jeans but usually just leave it in my right pocket with my keys. I don’t know what to say other than that I really love this thing.

  5. Leatherman Squirt ps4: Very small, disappears into my pocket. Even in dress pants at work, I don't feel this weighing them down at all.

  6. Keysmart with 2 apartment keys: The rivets tend to come loose, which is a little annoying. May throw some Loctite or something on the threads to keep them be. Otherwise, I like it.

  7. Nexus 4: Love this phone. No intention of getting rid of it anytime soon. Unless they come out with a phone that will bake me cookies or dispense coffee, the only reason I'll move on is that this one dies.

  8. SOG Fielder: SOG Fielder. Just like guns, black means you obviously want to kill people but any kind of wood stock/handle means you probably just have it for utility. /s I actually really like this knife. Very classy, feels good in the hand, good weight. I get lots of compliments on it.

  9. Crappy wallet from Wal-mart or something

  10. Springfield Xds 3.3 in 9mm in a Crossbreed minituck
  • Love this pistol. Fun to shoot at the range and feels great in the hand. Well built, well balanced. So far, nearly 2k rounds in, no FTFs, no jams, no light strikes, nada. Trigger is a little stiff, but that kind of comes with the territory for a gun designed for CCW. I ordered the PRP trigger kit to lighten it a bit. Also, I’m probably going to have night sights installed soon. Nothing wrong with the stock ones, I just want night sights :).

    Minituck holster is great. I hiked 10 miles in the White Mountains last weekend and hardly noticed this setup at all. Will most likely go with Crossbreed for future holsters. I can successfully tuck in a shirt around the gun if need be with this one. (I do not carry at work because my employer does not allow it)
u/crossborder_commuter · 6 pointsr/EDC

So this is what I have with me usually when going to work. Which is a 1h journey by high speed train, crossing an international border.

  • The large knife is a Spyderco Native.
  • And there is another Spyderco hiding in there too.
  • The tiny flashlight is a Lenser K1
  • The small flashlight is, I think, a Fenix
  • 16 GB Thumbdrive
  • iPhone 5S
  • Beyerdynamic iDX 160 iE earbuds
  • eVic Supreme eCigarette with a Nautilus Aspire tank
  • A Schneider eXtra Document Pigment Pen
  • A lightning cable
  • Victorinox SwissTool Spirit III
  • CRKT Eat N Tool
  • Leatherman Squirt PS4
  • A Victorinox quick-release key ring, released
  • NiteIze key holder, keys, car key
  • Bellroy Wallet
  • Plasters Travel Kit
  • Passport
  • Maxpedition Pouch (and another, the MaxPedition EDC not shown)

    Link to highres picture What addition would compliment this EDC?
u/shiftyeyedgoat · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I think this fits the sub 50$ mark OP is requesting.

If you're looking for something a little smaller at half that price, the Leatherman Squirt PS4 has a fair amount of functionality for a 2.5" folded keychain addition.

u/Bizzaroworld725 · 4 pointsr/EDC

You could make a monkey's fist with some paracord and slide the key into the fifth pocket of your jeans. I carry a photon light, a leatherman squirt and a gerber shard on some aircraft cable and a carabiner. I just about something on my keychain besides my keys everyday

u/EbayNachos · 4 pointsr/knives

Also dont forget about the Leatherman Squirt PS4

u/MrPoundabeer · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I've been rocking my Leatherman Squirt as a daily carry for the past 3-4 years. I use it several times a week, maybe more. I believe they make two versions, one with pliers and one with scissors(?); I'd go with the pliers 99 out of 100 times... I also see they have a 25 year warranty - bonus!

u/Snoogliebear · 3 pointsr/Diesel

The leatherman squirt is my vote:
Leatherman 831195 Squirt PS4 Black Keychain Tool with Plier

Or a flashlight like this: Streamlight 66318 MicroStream C4 LED Pen Flashlight

u/410_Bacon · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

I carry my Leatherman Squirt PS4 every day. Works for so much stuff.

u/Chainmail_Danno · 3 pointsr/santashelpers

You have to help us out with some details here. What do you like to do?

When you start carrying a keychain, having a small multitool can come in handy. I've also wanted to add a little flashlight to my lanyard.

u/ARKnife · 3 pointsr/knives

That would be the Leatherman Squirt PS4.

Great small tool.

u/Gearward · 3 pointsr/gadgets

I'm an obsessive gear nerd, and I actually make and design gear for a living.

For your price range, this is bar none the most useful thing you could get him (assuming he likes to be useful himself.)

u/timschmidt · 3 pointsr/EDC
u/Showdo · 3 pointsr/knives

I hear the Leatherman Squirt is pretty good.

u/BadHumanGoodGnome · 3 pointsr/EDC

Leatherman PS4 and a Streamlight Nano compact and durable as fuck.

u/kerrcobra · 3 pointsr/EDC
u/inzo_barber · 3 pointsr/EDC

Watch: Seiko Men's SNZG13 Seiko 5 Automatic Black Dial Stainless-Steel Bracelet Watch

Leather and Stainless Steel Key Ring Holder

LEATHERMAN - Squirt PS4 Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Aluminum Handles, Black

ThruNite Ti3 EDC Cree XP-G2 R5 AAA Torch Max120 Lumens LED Flashlight, Mini, Cool White

Zebra Pen 29212 Zebra F-402 Ballpoint Stainless Steel Retractable Pen, Fine Point, 0.7mm, Black Ink, 2-Count

Kershaw Cryo G-10 Pocket Knife (1555G10) 2.75" Stonewashed Stainless Steel Blade; G-10/Stainless Steel Handle, SpeedSafe Assisted Open, 4-Position Deep-Carry Pocketclip, Frame Lock, Lock Bar

u/steveXray · 2 pointsr/EDC

Items listed below with links in case anybody is interested:

Persol Sunglasses

Leuchtturm1917 Hardcover Dotted Journal (I try to journal daily)

Distilunion Card Minimalist Card Wallet (This is probably the best slim card wallet i've every had. Hard to beat)

Seiko SKX013

Parker Ink Pen

Leather Journal Cover (I love the smell of this thing! ha)

Explore Notebook (This notebook is more of a to-do list v my daily journal. Helps me stay organized)

Leatherman Squirt (This thing always comes in handy)

Mophie Powerstation

Kershaw Clash

iPad Air 2

iPad Air 2 Keyboard Case

Speck iPhone 7Plus Case

iPhone 7Plus (Not Pictured)

u/Legorobotdude · 2 pointsr/EDC

Leatherman Squirt: $32.95

Sleekish wallet: $17.99

Thats all I really need, but I usually keep a larger knife or multitool on me as well

EvoGrip 18: $29.99

Wingman: $29.99

Edit: You could also grab a Skeletool or Wave off Ebay for ~$35 like I recently did

u/LenoxAsa · 2 pointsr/EDC

Here's a few I've seen

Or, you can just buy all the things you would want on Amazon, it'll come in 1 or 2 boxes. Here's a few choices to put together a "kit"

This or this for flashlight.

This This, or, This For a multitool depending on the size you want.

This or This for knife (Note: I am not a knife person, I have a Squid and I like it and I've heard good things about the Kershaw Chill)

Exotac FreeKey System

u/jsamhead · 2 pointsr/knolling
u/Buixer · 2 pointsr/EDC

All 3 of your items seem like winners but here are some other options:

Leatherman 831195 Squirt PS4 Black Keychain Tool with Plier

Leatherman 831925 Juice S2 Multitool

Nitecore Tube 45 Lumens Blue USB Rechargeable Key Chain Flashlight with Lumen Tactical Keychain Light

Victorinox Swiss Army Signature Lite Pocket Knife, Sapphire

Foursevens Atom AL Stainles Steel Finish / Cool White LED; 1xCR123A; 110 Lumens

Spyderco Persistence C136GP Plain Edge Knife, Black

Cold Steel Tuff Lite Plain Edge Folder Knife

u/forceofrabbit · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This watch is a fun (for eight year olds), practical, and very affordable Christmas present. This costs more but looks pretty slick and is automatically set to atomic clocks via radio, which is pretty damn cool when you're eight.

This Leatherman is a little pricey for what it is but little boys love multi-tools, Leathermans are great multi-tools, and it comes with a pointless knife (as in, there's no sharp tip) that you install yourself, in case you don't trust your child with knives (I may or may not have a scar from using my Leatherman Micra in a really stupid way when I was 10) or your kid will definitely take it everywhere, including their school which has a zero-tolerance/thought policy on pointy objects. (If you have no problems with knives, the Squirt would be my first choice for a mini-multitool.)

This book is pricey for a single book but I had the old version as a kid and it's still one of my all time favorite books. Highly recommend, for a kid interested in technology.

u/TheEyepatchCat · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/Yoshi9031 · 2 pointsr/EDC

As much as I hate to say it get a multi-tool and do it before move in day. If you have a screwdriver, small knife, and a bottle opener the very first week you will meet more girls than you would believe.

Take it everywhere you can class/party/library. I would go for the Leatherman 10/10 times.

I'd go blue will be a lot less "scary" to the ladies.

u/korgothwashere · 2 pointsr/EDC

Well then, I should have recommended the Leatherman Squirt PS4. It cuts, it clamps, it files, it turns screws. It fits on your keychain AND has a bottle opener. It's a bit more expensive but a LOT more versatile!

It's only as long as a key (but about three-four key widths thick). Still small enough to disappear into a change pocket in your favorite jeans, or fits neatly onto your typical lanyard.

I love the shit outta mine, and it's a crafty little bugger!

u/fathergoat_adventure · 2 pointsr/CampingandHiking

At first glance...

Check out this NatureHike sleeping bag. 24oz's and is great for summer camping. It's good down to maybe 50-55 degrees, but will cut 1.5lb from your pack during the warmer months.

Leatherman and a folding knife? Why? Check out a leatherman squirt at 1.9 oz. I've got one and I love it. This would remove nearly 12oz.

That hammock is heavy. I DIY'd one for $35 and it only weighs 7.5oz. Or, pick up a dutch hammock for 7.3oz (though, this is a little more expensive at $42). This would save another 12oz.

These three would save 48oz or a full 3 lbs!

u/UpvoteIfYouDare · 2 pointsr/Drama
  1. Your keys should not take up a whole goddam pocket.

    B) Leatherman Squirt PS4, motherfucker (or the Leatherman Style PS if you fly often like me)

    Slim wallet and keys w/ multitool in left pocket, cellphone in right pocket. Accomplishes the same thing without looking like a NEET.
u/grandladdydonglegs · 1 pointr/EDC
u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/beer

I used to carry a bottle opener on my keychain, but it eventually got replaced with Leatherman Squirt. It's bit trickier to open the bottle, because the opener is quite small, but in exchange I get an awesome pocket tool.

Or, for the lightest keychain, learn to open the bottle with any hard object like a BIC lighter.

u/Foxhole · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I know it's not technically a knife, but I always carry around my Leatherman Squirt and it's been handy as hell for as long as I've had it.

u/Semisonic · 1 pointr/DealsReddit

I have the PS, the one with the pliers. It's pretty great. I use it at work for light system admin duties. I use the pliers to pull plugs, screwdriver to help unrack servers, scissors to cut cable ties, and the bottle opener to pop a brew afterwards. Can't say I've found much use for the nail file or tweezers.

Good little keychain tool for EDC, but it drops down to $15 regularly. From what I've read, the Leatherman Squirt PS4 and Skeletool CX are two other good options for EDC if you're looking for a pliers + blade/scissors combo.

u/plethoraofpinatas · 1 pointr/EDC
  1. Benchmade 771 - out of production, 154CM blade - aluminum handle w/ Axis lock

  2. Kenneth Cole wallet - very slim and usable for a front pocket wallet.

  3. Tissot PR-50 - also out of production but similar watches are available for the same price. Check for a "sapphire" crystal. It is much more scratch resistant than the "mineral" glass crystals out there.

  4. Leatherman Squirt P4 - a handy multi-tool with: blade/file/pliers/screwdrivers/bottle opener/reamer/etc.

  5. United Defense Pen - a solid and affordable aluminum "defense" pen. When paired with a Fisher Space Pen refill - it writes everywhere: upside down, in freezing conditions, under water, always moves smoothly, etc.

  6. Illuminati Titanium AAA light - because titanium is cool and 115 lumens is bright from a single "AAA" light. This one is using an Energizer lithium battery for extra run time (over an hour on high - way longer on lower settings). For comparison, a regular 2D Maglite is only about 50 lumen.

  7. Zippo lighter - it's a "Zippo". If you need one they are time honored and reliable.

  8. Titanium rings - 40% lighter than steel, just as strong, and 100% more unique.

  9. Titanium clips - Looks like they are out of the Ti McGizmo's.

  10. Custom engraved tag: $25.00 total, I had to have 5 tags made (to make the minimum) so I gave out a few gifts since I only wanted two (I added friends' numbers for their tags). I don't remember the name of the engraving company unfortunately. Some pet stores (Petco) have machines that do single engravings for "pet tags" that would work perfect for a keychain i.d. and only cost around $5.

    Edit: If anyone is curious, everything looks pretty much the same after three years except the Squirt's anodizing is a little chipped up. Black leather dye, Lexol leather conditioner, and polishing compound helps to maintain the shiny look. Also maybe don't put your Benchmade in the washer/dryer - that is hard on the bead blast finishing and also really aggravating when you realize it is not just a metal button from your jeans making the noise.
u/throwtrollbait · 1 pointr/Ultralight

If you want a larger knife, I'd recommend the Mora FireKnife (94 g), but most people here say larger knives are wasted weight.

Most experienced hikers recommend a multitool. My choices are the classic SAK with aluminum scales (15 g), or a Leatherman Squirt PS4. The Squirt has pliers *AND* scissors, but is considerably heavier (56.4 g), so if you don't want pliers go with the Swiss Army.

u/GTI-Mk6 · 1 pointr/EDC

Utility key sucks. Only decent tool on is the micro phillips.

Some examples of keychain Multitools.

Victorinox Rambler

Leatherman Micra

Leatherman Squirt

SOG Crosscut

Ask me if you have any questions.

u/duagLH2zf97V · 1 pointr/cocaine
u/Substantial_Result · 1 pointr/Ultralight

>n a lightheart, AGG, or helium). Have also thought about downsizing my knife to a swiss army knife or similar.

Personally like having pliers for gear repair, tweezers, grill and pot holder etc. This allowed me to ditch a few single-use things

Weighs in at 55g and is actually big enough to use.

u/bowl-of-nails · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

If he likes pocket knives then im sure he'd enjoy r/edc. Maybe he'd like a small flashlight or a small multiool.

u/Gonzoguard · 1 pointr/EDC

You could upgrade your Razor to Leatherman Micra or possibly a Leathermand squirt.

LEATHERMAN - Micra Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Grooming Tools, Stainless Steel

LEATHERMAN - Squirt PS4 Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Aluminum Handles, Black

Could go classic with Victorinox SD and make it even more streamlined with a Mermaid or Galaxy pattern.

Galaxy Classic SD Swiss Army Knife by Victorinox

Even more streamlined you could get a victorinox mini champ.

u/skyflyer8 · 1 pointr/parametrek

It's always nice to see people do things like this.

Leatherman Squirt PS4, black:

u/xtremepado · 1 pointr/EDC

Get a Leatherman Squirt PS4. I've had just about every keychain multitool on the market and the Squirt and the Victorinox Minichamp are the greatest.

u/VonHavoc · 1 pointr/knives

I bought my wife a leatherman squirt years ago, and it's a fantastic keychain knife. She loves to tinker and fix things, so it's great for small jobs and basic utility cutting.

u/n0ne0ther · 1 pointr/Survival

For those interested;

  • Fenix E05
  • Leatherman Squirt(pliers version)
  • Spyderco Tenacious
  • Paracord keychain

    Got everything for about $100. I really love the Leatherman, who knew something so small could have such great quality standards, it feels so solid. The Fenix is crazy small and light, couldn't believe it. Finally the Tenacious is a great knife for under $50, also great build quality and man is the clip tight, that thing isn't going anywhere.
u/jcrocket · -1 pointsr/EDC

Believe it or not I'm an American that doesn't carry a big fucking knife every day. I have before and when it's in your pocket you'll find uses for it. I also found that I was able to survive without one. This is just a really trendy thing for people in reddit's age group right now.

If I ever carry a knife, I carry a very small multi-tool. It has way more practical use than some big ass blade and it doesn't double as a murder weapon.