Categories edc review Leatherman Leap Multi-tool Unboxing and Review for Kid's EDC (Every Day Carry) Post author By Steven Lane Post date June 21, 2020 12 Comments on Leatherman Leap Multi-tool Unboxing and Review for Kid's EDC (Every Day Carry) Red: http://amzn.to/2sw2AnG Green: http://amzn.to/2sihrl1 Blue: http://amzn.to/2siad0J Share this:TwitterFacebookLike Loading... ← TS43X Sei Signature EDC Pistol | In-Depth Review → WE Banter Knife Review 12 replies on “Leatherman Leap Multi-tool Unboxing and Review for Kid's EDC (Every Day Carry)” all you can test is cut paper ??? Loading... Now i really want one cus i saw tulip have one in infinity train Loading... Great vid! Cheers for uploading 🙂 Loading... This guy is a stuttering idiot. Just review the fucking product Loading... Yeah, because kids totally need some kind of EDC… Loading... Can hardly open the bag with those stupid ass gloves on. 😂 Loading... It has a removable blade but the saw is not removable. I'd probably buy a Juice or Squirt instead for a kid. Loading... I do find it interesting that there is a bottle opener on a kids tool, as normal sodas generally don't come like that anymore. Only place I've seen them in the last 10 years has been an old fashioned Italian sub shop. As far as TSA even without the saw, a lot of people have had tools seized just for having a flat head screwdriver. Unfortunately one of those "digression" policies instead of purely on paper. Have a Wave but may get the green one of these just for the heck of it. Loading... Great review. Like seeing all the colors in one vid. Wish Leatherman had made all the lock functions installable. Tweezers are great idea (use my Swiss army knife tweezers all-the-time). Glad to know about your TSA opinion. Once installed is the knife blade removable? If so, show us how… Loading... I was thinking of buying this for myself until I discovered that it's plastic instead of metal casing.I like the green color. On their website, it looks metallic. Loading... I have a Leatherman Leap of my own, in the color red, and I was messing around with it after watching your review and found out you can not remove the knife blade. I checkee the Leatherman Leap site on leatherman.com and saw that the Leap is not TSA approved. My safety locks work with little force. It might just be yours along with some others. Loading... Try to hold your hands still, slow down. Good info tho. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.