Leatherman 831189 Squirt PS4 Red Aluminum Handle, No Sheath. For years our customers had to choose between the handy little pliers on the original Squirt P4 or the scissors on the Squirt S4. Now you can have both in one lightweight mini-tool that comes in handy for everything from snipping fishing line to wrapping a birthday present on the go.
- Spring-action Needlenose Pliers
- Spring-action Regular Pliers
- Spring-action Wire Cutters
- 420HC Knife
- Medium Screwdriver
- Flat/Phillips Screwdriver
- Wood/Metal File
- Bottle Opener
- Key Ring Attachment
- 100% Stainless Steel Body
- Anodized Aluminum Handle Scales
- Available Colors: Red, Black, Blue
- 25-year Warranty
- 2.25 in | 5.72 cm (Closed)
- 2 oz | 56.4 g (Weight)
- 1.6 in | 4.06 cm (Blade Length)
I've had this little Squirt PS4 on my keychain for a couple of months now and I'll say it does a great job. I always carry a knife (Spyderco Paramilitary, Cold Steel Espada XL, Kershaw Bump, etc) with me so the blade on this PS4 doesn't get much use. But all of the other tools work very well. The scissors are smaller than the scissors on the older Squirt S4, but I find them still up to the job from cutting thread to cardboard and thin plastic containers. I was able to utilize the screwdrivers the other day to open up a server at work when I had forgotten to bring my screwdriver set with me (saved me 10 minutes of having to look for the set).
With the Squirt PS4 and an additional knife I find myself very well equipped. The anodized handles are very nice too and after a few weeks of rubbing around in my pockets with the keys and other loose items it shows absolutely no signs of wear. I figured by now it would have some kind of scratches, but it still looks brand new.
The only con in this review is that I don't really like the blade on the knife. I mean it works alright, and I don't expect a lot out of such a small blade, but they only ground one side. Not a big deal it still cuts.
I love this keychain multi-tool, I even bought one for my wife and she loves it more than her old Victorinox Classic.