August 20, 2008

How To Install Your Keys in a Leatherman Handle

instructables_leatherman.jpgWith everyone out buying the hip and trendy Skeletool, there must be an abundance of ignored, old, neither hip nor trendy Leathermans. If you've got one, and you're looking to give it a second life, you now have the opportunity, thanks to Instructables, to turn it into a keychain. The transformation from multi-tool to keychain involves everything you imagine it would; take apart the Leatherman, grind down the keys, and then put the whole thing together.

It's an interesting idea and perfect for those mini-Leathermans, which we think are pretty much useless anyway.

For the instructions, go here.

To purchase a rinky-dink, little Leatherman, go here.

To purchase the Leatherman that we keep in our pocket and use on a daily basis, go here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 20, 2008 4:54 AM

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