I got the Leatherman Sidekick for my twelfth birthday.
I like it because it has so many tools that I usually use.
I think its great for budget
#1 The Tools
A Spring-loaded Plier which has wire cutters
On the Outside:
A Plain edged Knife with a Linear lock
A Wood Saw with a Linear lock
On the Inside:
There are the wood file and ruler, together with a small flathead screwdriver.
A Sheep foot serrated blade for cutting rope etc..
A Bottle opener combined with a package opener and wire cutter
And a Lanyard Hole
On the other side, there is a 2D Philips head screwdriver and a + thingy
Together with a Fat, Flathead screwdriver, and Chisel, and a Minus thingy combined
#2 When and Where
I got it around month after my 12th Birthday
My Birthday is May 17th
I got it at Walmart for around 40$, and when I looked on Amazon it was around 60$!
#3 Why I bought it
My Old multitool by the University of Waterloo did not work that well
When I used the Pliers the tools would get loose and fall out
The steel sucked
The Knife was a bit too short
So I researched a lot of Multitools and I came upon the Leatherman Sidekick.
I compared it to another one, the Wingman, but I decided to get the Sidekick
I Love the Leatherman Multitool
I’ve been using it for more than 3 months
It’s always been in my pocket since I got it
1 PARAGRAPH ESSAY
My Favourite Birthday Present so far has been the Leatherman Sidekick. I like the Leatherman Sidekick because so far in the three months I have been using it, it has been super helpful. The Leatherman Sidekick has cut food, paper, opened packages, made crafts out of wood and random things, cut some rope, made a fire, and even fixed some toys! I chose this over some other multitools like the Leatherman Wingman because this Multitool has a Plain Edged knife and a Woods saw on the very outside, and those tools are some I use the most often. I love using the Leatherman Sidekick, so hopefully I’ll never need to use their 15-year warranty.