Multi Tool Bracelet

Forget carrying a Swiss Army knife in your pocket. Leatherman has developed a multi-purpose tool that’s more versatile and easier to carry at all times. The Leatherman Tread is a bracelet that comes apart to give you 29 unique tools. No matter where you find yourself, Tread has a tool that could come in handy.

Come of Tread’s Coolest Features

Each segment of Leatherman’s bracelet detaches so you can use it as a tool. Some of the most useful tools built into Tread include a cutting book, bottle opener, and Sim card tool. It also comes with eight flathead and Philips screwdrivers, one square driver, and eight hex drivers. Instead of running inside to grab your tool box, you can just take off your Tread bracelet and get to work.

Tread also includes a few interesting features that you might not expect to find in a multi-use tool. Not everyone will use the oxygen tank wrench or carbide glass breaker, but they are there if you ever need them.

Tread Has Superior Materials and Craftsmanship

All of Tread’s sections are made from 17-4 stainless steel. This is an extremely strong metal that resist corrosion. That means you don’t have to worry about breaking an important section of your Leatherman bracelet. It also means that you don’t have to worry about taking off your Tread every time you hop in the pool, take a shower, or get wet working outside.

Owners should dry off their Treads as soon as possible, but they will not easily rust.

Make the Tread That Fits Your Needs

Each section of the tread bracelet is independent of the others. Wearers can take all of the pieces apart and rearrange them in a way that makes the multi too bracelet more useful. As Leatherman releases more sections, you can add them to Tread or replace existing sections that you don’t use.

Wearers can also modify the bracelets so they fit their wrists perfectly. The bracelet will adjust to within a quarter inch of your wrist size. Adjusting the multi tool bracelet to fit your wrist reduces the danger of accidentally losing it while playing sports or working.

The Future Has Good Things in Store for Tread

Leatherman plans to release at least one new version of Tread in 2015. The updated Tread, called the QM1, will come with a watch section. The Swiss-made clock uses sapphire crustal to prevent shocks, a curved case that makes it easier to read outdoors in the sun, and precision quartz movement that makes so many other Swiss timepieces popular around the world.

Leatherman’s Tread multi tool bracelet is one of the coolest gadgets a man can own. It’s robust materials and careful design even makes it an attractive decoration. Instead of wearing a normal watch, you can get more use and style out of multi tool bracelet packed with features.

Whether you’re getting ready for a fishing trip or heading out to dinner with your family, Tread has all of the tools and looks that you could need.

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