Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 38
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by keefers Great Everyday Carry &/or First Multi Tool
This is a great, budget friendly multi tool. Weather it's your first MT, or you just need some light and practical for EDC (everyday carry), this is a quality product. As is it's cousin, the Leatherman Sidekick, which has a saw instead of scissors, a full straight main blade, and a small serrated secondary blade instead of the box opener.
A testament to it's quality is that I've dropped it from 12' onto concrete, and it works fine.
January 3, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by JasGriff Disappointed.
Maybe I expected too much from a budget multitool. There were so many great reviews everywhere about the Wingman. What I did like: the spring-loaded pliers felt great. The package opener would have been used often. What I did not like: there was quite a bit of play in the handles and the blade. As I played around with it, the blade became extremely difficult to deploy with one hand. Then, within the first hour, the scissors spring stopped working. I made sure to snap them all the way into place, like so many reviewers warned, but eventually, they would sort of move towards the closed position (still locked), causing the spring to be useless no matter what I did. I returned them. It's like it was falling apart just by holding it.
February 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by xcalibur123 Great Multi-tool!!
This is a great tool for anything, to cut all the way to tight something. Material its great and feels strong I will definitely recommend it, like always Leatherman makes awesome products
January 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Smez Wingman: Always by my side wherever I go
I carry the Wingman in my Jean's watch pocket and I don't even know it's there until I need it. The first day I got it my wife twisted the knob off our oven timer and couldn't shut the buzzer off so I pulled out the wingman, flipped open the pliers and turned the buzzer off saving me a trip to my tool shop. Next day at work I couldn't plug in a VGA cable for the overhead projector and noticed one of the pins was bent so out came the wingman and I straightened the pin and back in business. The Wingman fits comfortably in your hand and it's a toolbox in your pocket that goes with you everyday to handle those pesky problems that get in your way.
January 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JIMDOG DOES NOT DESERVE THE LEATHERMEN NAME
SCREW DRIVERS FOLD ON YOU WHEN IN USE - VERY TRYING
SLOT DRIVER TOO THICK FOR MOST SCREWS.
JAWS GET OUT OF ALINEMENT
August 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DartDad43 A very good EDC
Have had it over two weeks. Was carrying the Rebar (another good Leatherman, but better for outdoor/camping/workshop application) but find the Wingman better for every day carry. Have used it for opening packages, tightening loose screws, trimming broken fingernails, and assembly.
July 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Toby Poor quality - defective scissors
Very disappointed with this product. The scissors are defective as: 1. the spring loaded mechanism that returns the scissors to the open position does not work; and 2. the mechanism that locks the scissors in place does not work despite trying to fully extend the scissors and wiggle the scissors to engage the lock. In my opinion this may indicate poor quality control, poor design or both. On this basis I would not recommend this product and will be replacing it with a better made brand of multitool.
December 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chris28 Awesome multi-tool!
You can never go wrong with Leatherman. The quality, fit and finish is top notch. It is something you don't want to go anywhere without. The best part about this purchase is that I originally purchased a similar (smaller) model for ten dollars less. The Home Depot I purchased from had erroneously had 1 in stock when they were actually out of stock. They very well could have just called me to say they were out and offered a refund. Instead they gave me this one for the same price as the cheaper model. Bravo HD, that's how you keep a customer! Keep it up.
January 16, 2013