Reddit Reddit reviews LEATHERMAN, Style PS Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Grooming Tools, Built in the USA, Black

We found 46 Reddit comments about LEATHERMAN, Style PS Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Grooming Tools, Built in the USA, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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LEATHERMAN, Style PS Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Grooming Tools, Built in the USA, Black
TRUSTED TRAVEL-TOOL: The ultimate pocket-sized multitool for travel, campsites and life on the go; Made with stainless steel and glass-filled nylonBUILT FOR FUNCTIONALITY: Includes all the necessities, from spring-action needlenose and regular pliers to spring-action wire cutters and scissors, screwdrivers, combination carabiner and moreOUR GUARANTEE: We’re proud to stand behind every product that leaves our factory in Portland, Oregon; That’s why we offer our 25-year warranty, so you can be confident your Leatherman lasts a lifetimeTSA COMPLIANT: Your Style PS is compact, lightweight, key-ring friendly, TSA-compliant and always within reach when you need itONE-HAND ACCESS: Sometimes you only have one hand to spare. Style PS only requires one hand to open and use all the tools
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46 Reddit comments about LEATHERMAN, Style PS Keychain Multitool with Spring-Action Scissors and Grooming Tools, Built in the USA, Black:

u/fearandloling · 13 pointsr/EDC
u/yamugushi · 12 pointsr/BuyItForLife

The only thing I can think of is 'TSA friendly' tools:

I think the better option -because I advocate always having a blade on you- would be to remember to just leave the blade in your car, or ask for it back when you leave. I'm not sure how often you go through security checks or what their posture is either so that advice could be useless.

u/powersurge360 · 11 pointsr/EDC

Victorinox makes a 'my first' pocket knife which has a rounded tip that will prevent stabbing. There's also the flight safe swiss army knife, the jetsetter if you don't want them to have a 'real' knife right away.

There's also the Leatherman Leap which has a user-installable knife so you can give them that part at a later date or remove it if it turns out they are irresponsible. And Leatherman has a flightsafe multitool too in the leatherman style

u/FanFuckingFaptastic · 9 pointsr/EDC

Leatherman Style PS

Swiss Army Jetsetter

Just because the don't have a blade though doesn't mean the TSA won't take them. TSA don't give a shit, TSA just take what they want.

u/bowl-of-nails · 8 pointsr/EDC


Watch: Luminox Navy Seal, it was a gift from my dad on my 18th birthday

Organizer: Hitch & Timber Runt 2.0 with a Wet Ones hand wipe in the back pocket

Chapstick: Burts Bees Vanilla Bean with electrical tape on it so its easier to pull out of the organizer

Flashlight: RovyVon A8U with a random paracord thing i made

Wallet: Maxpedition LPW

Pen: Pilot G2

Mulitool: Leatherman Style PS

Keys: Linwnil belt key hanger with a set of 2 KeySmart MagConnects, with a sim card remover too

u/mtpmc · 7 pointsr/EDC

Left to Right, mostly:

Green Cards - I switch this out with other cards pretty regularly, but it matched today. ( )

Slim Wallet - It's super thin and it attaches to my phone. ( )

Watch - It's durable and in my opinion doesn't look too bad for the price. ( )

Wireless Earbuds - They are dated so they aren't the best anymore, but they are still pretty good. ( )

Multitool - It doesn't have a knife so I take this to school. It's not the best, but it does small things great. ( )

Flashlight - For the size, it is really bright. It doesn't last forever, but it is rechargeable. I recommend it for something small. ( )

Knife - This sub knows this knife. ( )

Necklace - Totally normal carbon fiber dog tag. ( )

If anyone has any questions about any of this stuff, leave a comment and I'll do my best to respond. To clarify, the knife goes in my pocket and I put on the necklace after school. 

Thanks for taking the time to check out my post! Have a good rest of your day everyone!

u/NoMansKing · 6 pointsr/EDC

If you are OK with buying brand new, a few popular options here are some suggestions with Amazon (USA) links:

u/[deleted] · 5 pointsr/guns

Heres some stuff I found.

For the political

Everyone loves a swiss army knife.

Or a leatherman

Or another leatherman

Gun: A Visual History

I actually own the last book. Its a pretty cool little book to flip through now and again.

u/NoTroop · 5 pointsr/EDC

The Leatherman Style PS is what I gotfor carrying in school, and it is supposed to be tsa compliant (as touted on their website here) however I have not tried it with mine.

Also, it is pretty small, but it's pretty much the only one I found without a knife that I knew is worth a damn.

u/entropeeee · 4 pointsr/onebag

Couldn't find any juice but had the headlamp for when I did early morning drone shots and visiting Herculaneum (looked deeper into caves). I already had it an its small so I threw it in. No knife, TSA approved multi-tool which we used a couple of times mostly for scissors.
Weird Sandals?? Pretty normal for me and used this 95% of the time to walk/hike. Both straps on the back broke pulling the sandals on so Keen gave me credit and buying these guys

u/BadHumanGoodGnome · 4 pointsr/EDC
u/filthyscrotum · 4 pointsr/EDC

1 (carried) Keychain

2 (on keychain) House key, Car key, Mailbox key, Office key

3 (on keychain) Leatherman Style PS

4 (on keychain) Streamlight Keymate

5 (on keychain) Data Traveler 16gb

6 (front right pocket) Kershaw Scallion

7 (front left pocket) Ronson Jetlite

8 (back right pocket) Chums Bifold

9 (in wallet) Tool Logic Survival Card

10 (in wallet) True Utility Pen

11 (in wallet) Forever Stamps

12 (left wrist) Timex Expedition Watch

13 (back left pocket) iPhone 4 with Mirrored cover

14 (face or neck) Gucci Glasses

15 (carried) Zojirushi insulated water bottle

u/hydraulx · 4 pointsr/EDC

The Leatherman Style PS is travel friendly and has pretty much everything the dime has except for the blade.

u/commyzthatdont · 4 pointsr/EDC

I usually carry the Leatherman Style PS. It's pretty small though, but has pliers, scissors, flathead screwdriver/file, and tweezers. Plus the clip on it can be used as a bottle opener.

u/geeyoupee · 3 pointsr/onebag

Leatherman has one without a blade that is TSA approved but very limited in tools. I brought it with me everywhere but Thailand wanted me to check it in so I tossed it.

u/UniverseChamp · 3 pointsr/EDC

I couldn't give up my blade, so I settled on one of these.

u/yasec · 3 pointsr/EDC

Few updates since my last post.

u/pelicularities · 3 pointsr/EDC

I'd try to build this EDC with the assumption that I could keep it for years (if not indefinitely):

Wallet: allett Ultra Slim Sport Wallet - $15

Knife: Opinel No. 6 Carbon - $12

Multitool: Leatherman Style PS - $25

Light: Olight i3s - $15

Pen: Zebra Sarasa Clip - $3

Watch: Timex Weekender - a variant under $30

I EDC a Style PS right now, and have EDCed the Olight i3s and Zebra Sarasa Clip in the past. I own (but have never EDCed) an Opinel No. 8 stainless, and it's excellent, but I wish it were smaller and could sharpen up even more, so No. 6 carbon it is. I've handled allett wallets in stores and trust their usability and quality. The Timex Weekender is the only one on this list that I haven't had direct experience with, but it's the cheapest watch I could find that I'd feel I could keep for a long time.

I would consider any tailstanding AAA light under $15 with a reasonable high and low. I went with the Olight i3s because I've used it, but I'd also take the Lumintop Worm or Thrunite Ti3 if I could get it under $15.

u/cujo255 · 3 pointsr/EDC

multitool with no blade
style PS

u/massacre3000 · 3 pointsr/EDC

For Light Carry:

u/SarcasmIsKey · 3 pointsr/EDC

Left to right

Muji Eraser

[Sigg 0.6L water bottle] (

[Muji Gel Pen] (

[Alvin DRAFT-TEC RETRAC 0.3mm] (

[Leatherman Style PS] (


Anker SoundBuds Sport IE 20

[Fisher Space Pen] (

[Leatherman Wave Black] (

[Mee Audio M6 Pro] (

[Random Knife] (

[Corsair Voyager Go 32GB] (

[Kershaw Cryo 1555Ti] (

[Alpine Swiss Slim Wallet] (

[Anker PowerCore 10000 with Quick Charge 3.0] (

[Seiko SNDC31] (

[Lenovo T440s (256GB Samsung 840 EVO, 12GB ram, 1080p touchscreen, i5 4300)]

[Motorola Doid Turbo Ballistic Nylon 32GB] (

u/flyinglotus1983 · 2 pointsr/EDC

> Multi-tool always seem too heavy for what they offer

  • Leatherman Style PS @ 44 grams
  • Leatherman Style CS @ 44 grams
  • Leatherman Skeletool @ 141 grams (5 ounces)
  • Leatherman Skeletool CX @ 141 grams (5 ounces).

    That's not heavy if you ask me. I think the Style is perfect for every-day on-person EDC, and the Skeletool for either on-person or in an EDC bag. The Skeletool is missing some features compared to a full-up Charge TTi (8 ounces) or similar, but for an EDC, it's better than not carrrying a multitool at all.
u/GeoffShade · 2 pointsr/EDC

How about the Leatherman Style PS? Super small compact pliers/multi tool without a knife on board. Check it for yourself.

u/cappnplanet · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

this is a great version that fits on a keychain. I use it daily.

u/afrobafro · 2 pointsr/EDC

Knife - CRKT squid $17.99

Wallet - Recycled firefighter $19.00

Light - ThruNite T01 $9.95

Multitool - Leatherman Style PS $24.95

Pen - Fischer space pen bullet $19.67

Notebook- Rite in the rain $5.98

Lighter - bic mini $1 gas station

Total $98.54

Hard mode just get the knife wallet and light

u/Ruffianlink · 2 pointsr/EDC

I've lurked here for a while and thought I should make my first post.

I'm also looking for a better wallet similar to mine. I've checked out the Hitch and Timber Card Caddy, but can't justify the price. Any recommendations?

Any other feedback is also welcome :)

Small multi-tools (Pick one and goes in wallet front pocket)

u/GRat9717 · 2 pointsr/EDC

So a few days ago I took a shot at trying a few of the 'cheap' $30 shoulder bags on Amazon. I ordered a bunch and this was the one that remained after a few hours of testing all of them. It holds absolutely everything despite being such a small bag (13.9" Height, 10.5" Width, 4.1" Depth). The pockets make the most sense when compared to competitors. Here is my carry list with some updates that show its full versatility (especially as a personal item when flying). Also, bag link here.

u/Mister_Po · 2 pointsr/EDC

This might be a little small, but I just picked up a Leatherman Style PS for my keychain and I love it so far. It's replaced my much larger Leatherman Charge as part of my EDC since I pretty much only used the pliers and scissors.

u/KazakiLion · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

This Leatherman Keychain. Blister packs will never haunt you or your friends again.

u/NarrWallace · 2 pointsr/EDC

Leatherman style CS is what I carry. Fairly solid and very light weight. They also make the style ps which has pliers and the style, which is an even smaller tool. Also as others suggest, the squirt ps4 seems like a solid choice.

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/Gereshes · 1 pointr/EngineeringStudents

I think you're thinking about Leatherman Style which is $50 cheaper. The Skeletool is only $20 cheaper. I've never had the style because it doesn't have a knife but it's TSA compliant so that's a perk.

u/BigSerene · 1 pointr/EDC

I'm a professor, so I'm always carrying more than I can fit in my pockets (laptop, notepads, sometimes piles of student papers, etc.). I have a messenger bag that's very simple with not much organization. The main compartment is divided into two parts, one of which has a couple of loops for pens and a small pocket. There's a open pocket on the back of the bag for things that you might want to access quickly. And there are small pouches on the sides of the bag for sunglasses or other small things.

My laptop goes in the part of the main compartment without pen loops. A couple of notepads go in the other part of the main compartment, along with a small case which fits in the small pocket and holds earbuds and a USB drive. Student papers go in that compartment when I need to carry them. My sunglasses go in one of the side pouches (the one I can easily reach while wearing the bag), and a pocket knife goes in the other side pouch (or in my pocket if I'm expecting to use it a lot). The back pocket holds a carrying case with several pens, a small power bank and cables, and a small multi-tool. I also have a small flashlight that can fit in various places depending on how accessible I want it to be, but usually is stored in the carrying case. (I like this carrying case specifically because it lies flatter than most others I've seen, so it's not uncomfortable against my back while in the back pocket of my messenger bag.)

u/dardack · 1 pointr/pics

Who doesn't either 1. Have pocket knife? or 2. Leatherman type tool on the belt? When I fly I even have the PS Leatherman,

I literally feel naked if I don't have something like that.

u/SilverGhost93 · 1 pointr/EDC

Links for the stuff:


Phone Case.





Flash Drive.


I honestly have no idea what specific wallet that is, I just know it's a fossil.

u/smellslikepurple233 · 1 pointr/EDC

It's TSA friendly, it has pliers, scissors, a file, a flathead on the file, tweesers, a carabiner clip, and a hook on the carabiner that can be used as a bottle opener. Great little tool-

u/jimejim · 1 pointr/pics

You can get TSA-Compliant multi-tools. The rule is just that they can't have a knife. I have this one and have had it inspected and passed just fine:

Amazon Link

When you go through, pull all the tools out a little before sending through the X-Ray to save time or else they might make you wait to send through again and waste time.

u/bewitchedbumblebee · 1 pointr/EDC
u/dbmeed · 1 pointr/EDC

A good pen is a must. Something solid and comfortable that fits you, and you like the way it writes. A flashlight is always useful-I would recommend something like a Thrunite Ti4 or Ti5. After that, I would suggest some kind of pocket knife/multitool if you can-in my area I could carry multiple and noone would bat an eye, but if you are in an area where knives are a not allowed, try something along the lines of a SOG Powerlock or Leatherman Style

Those are what I would consider the basics, after that its really up to you. A nice watch would not be remiss, or a decent wallet. When I was in highschool, I carried a dry-erase marker that got used a lot. Another thing would be a nice high capacity USB drive, to store files on, or programs. Make sure you back it up though if you are going to use it for any school projects.

If you have training(or even if you dont) it would be a good idea to get a first aid kit, and maybe pocket mask to through in your backpack, along with a roll of duct tape.

Lastly, The one thing that I would suggest would be a good book. You never know when you might be waiting awhile, done work, in a boring assembly, etc. where a good book is nice to have. I always had one in a cargo pocket all through school.

u/s_s · 1 pointr/Ultralight

I carry this as a (1.4 oz) pot gripper. It's also, obviously, multifunction.

I use this as my pot. It's 1.3L pot that's 3.5 oz with the screenlid and a piece of aluminum foil. I don't bring the regular lid. 1.3L is large for a solo pot, but I eat out of it, and it's pretty much as light as an of the smaller, and much more expensive titanium pots I see. It's also wide enough to use a sideburing stove like a supercat stove. this means the stove doubles as the pot stand.

u/Jjays · 1 pointr/DIY

I thought that was a pocket for your multi-tool.