Want $700 Worth of Leatherman Tools? Review Your Gear.
Whether on the trail, the water, or at home, everyone can use a handy multi-tool. Well how about three?
We're giving one Trailspace reviewer a Leatherman Free P4 one-handed multi-tool, a Signal multi-tool, and a Tread Tempo multi-tool watch, worth $700 in total. That's 70 tools, packed into three products, for one winner.
Tell us about your own outdoor gear in a review and you're entered to win this prize in June, thanks to Leatherman. If you're the winner, you can share your haul with a family member (belated Father's Day, perhaps?) or friend, or keep it all for yourself (we won't judge).
Enter to Win:
- Write a review now through Friday, June 28, of your own outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear.
- Every complete, qualifying review received June 1-28 counts as an entry. Yes, you're automatically entered!
- On Saturday, June 29, we'll draw one eligible gear reviewer to win this Leatherman prize package.
Leatherman Multi-Tool Prize
Our winner will receive a Free P4 and a Signal multitool, plus a Tread Temp watch/multitool, worth $700 total, thanks to Leatherman.
Free P4: Leatherman calls its new Free P4 "the most advanced multipurpose tool ever." It can be used one-handed, has magnetic opening/closing, and all locking features. With 21 tools, including a saw and serrated knife, it weighs 8.6 ounces and is 4.25-inches long ($139.95).
Signal: Designed for outdoor adventures, the Signal multi-tool packs 19 handy tools into its 4.5-inch size and 7.5 ounces. The Signal includes a fire-starting ferro rod, 420HC combo blade, emergency whistle, customizable bit driver to tighten gear, and built-in hammer to anchor tent stakes ($119.95).
Tread Tempo or Tread Tempo LT: The Tread Tempo is the world’s first multi-tool timepiece with customizable Tread links and a premium, Swiss-made watch. Its links include 30 hard-working tools (28 on the slimmer LT version), such as screwdrivers, box wrenches, hex drives, a Pozi-Drive, and more ($449.95).
Review your gear today and be entered to win this $700 Leatherman multi-tool prize.