Leatherman 64010103K Micra Multitool

Leatherman 64010103K Micra Multitool

Leatherman’s Micra — a Tiny Classic

The Leatherman Micra multitool is crafted from 100-percent stainless steel, engineered to the optimum hardness for each individual tool. At a mere 2-1/2 inches when folded closed, this wee masterpiece offers super-sharp spring-action scissors, along with nine additional personal-care features. It’s just the right size for key rings or belt loops, so it’s always right at hand for speedy access and quick fixes.

Don’t let the size fool you. The Micra is tough, sturdy, and truly unique. Good things come in small packages, and this amazing little tool is no exception. It comes in a variety of colors to suit your personal style, or a standard brushed stainless steel finish (this model). This useful item makes a superb stocking stuffer, birthday surprise, or thoughtful present for any occasion.


The Micra comes in an assortment of colors to suit your personal style.

Tools Featured in this Model:

  • Scissors
  • Clip-point knife
  • Tweezers
  • Nail file / cleaner
  • Flat Phillips screwdriver
  • Extra small screwdriver
  • Medium screwdriver
  • Bottle Opener
  • Ruler (inch / metric)
  • Lanyard attachment

User Features

When using the scissors, you’ll first grip the handles at the thicker ends and swing them open. At first you will notice a bit of resistance, due to the spring mechanism that controls the scissors. To close them, simply reverse the procedure.

To navigate the blades, just open the handles. Then it’s easy to use the nail nick to rotate out a single blade. Once the blade is open, all you have to do is close both handles to take advantage of the Posi-Stop feature. Should a blade accidentally start to close, that blade will be stopped by the opposite handle — for an added measure of strength and safety. For further stability, the Micra has two small tabs inside the handles that interlock when the handles are closed.

The Micra comes with a stainless steel split ring that will allow the tool to be attached to any key chain or lanyard. Or, if you prefer, the split ring can be completely removed and the fixed attachment point can be easily folded inside the tool.

Warranty

All Leatherman products are covered by a 25-year limited warranty. If within 25 years from the purchase date of your genuine Leatherman tool you find any defect in material or workmanship, you can count on the manufacturer to make it right with fast warranty service. To obtain warranty service, return your tool to Leatherman Tool Group. Depending on the tool defect, they will decide whether to repair your tool or replace it with a product of equal or greater value. No variations, upgrades or refunds are offered.

The Leatherman Tool Group and its History of Quality

In 1975, Leatherman Tool Group founder Tim Leatherman was inspired by leaky pipes and a cranky car on a budget trip to Europe — and thus the idea for his first pocket survival tool was conceived. Since then, Leatherman has become an internationally recognized company with hundreds of employees and a wide variety of durable, versatile, stylish products. Created with bold designs and truly rugged construction, Leatherman products are a perfect addition for tool kits, emergency sets, and glove compartments everywhere.

Product Features

  • Key-chain sized Micra multitool
  • Scissors, clip-point knife, tweezers, nail file/cleaner, flat Phillips screwdriver, extra small and medium screwdriver, bottle opener, ruler
  • 100 percent stainless steel
  • Includes lanyard attachment
  • 2-1/2 inches; 2.75 ounces; 25-year limited warranty

2 thoughts on “Leatherman 64010103K Micra Multitool

  1. D. Gutterud "SDave"
    D. Gutterud "SDave" says:

    An accidental gem! I recently ordered the Leatherman Wave for my toolkit and received this little beauty for free as part of a promotion. I had never seen this item and certainly would not have purchased on its own. For that matter, upon receiving it I simply tossed it in my desk thinking it was along the lines of those little marketing pocket knives that companies give out at conferences. Boy, was I wrong.I happened to grab tool one day when I couldn’t find a wire cutter I thought had in my desk. I needed to snip a couple of wires and didn’t want to go to get my toolbox so I thought I’d give this a shot – I’m glad I did. Not only did the scissors easily cut the wires, I ended up using it to strip the wires and re-attach everything with the screwdriver. After that, the tool immediately replaced the mini pocket knife on my keychain.This unit is so small and unobtrusive that I don’t even notice it on my keychain yet it does so much more than the knife I carried. The scissors are great – no, they aren’t going to replace your Fiskars for paper cutting but they are sharp and sturdy and have done a great job on every thing I’ve cut with them.Both the scissors and the knife blade hold their edge and sharpen very well and that from a guy who is not very skilled at knife sharpening. I have used both edges repeatedly for months and have only had to do minor re-sharpening on each twice.I was a little upset that the tool did not include a Phillips head but the flat Phillips it does include has worked perfectly on every Phillips screw I’ve tried it on. Both the Phillips and the slotted blades are sturdy and the handle arrangement makes them very easy to use – even in tight situations.I use this little beauty every day and am very happy I stumbled across it. It is very surprising how useful it is given its size. I’ve used this one hundreds of times while the Wave that I ordered has only been used once or twice. Despite that, I’m glad I bought the Wave – otherwise I would have never found this tool.In response to another comment, no you can not take this on a plane (on your person or in your carry on) but you can stow it in your checked baggage. I hope I never forget to check this because I would hate to give it up to security. Just in case, I ordered a 2nd one as a backup.Great little tool!

  2. T. Hassler

    I use this daily – Practical, functional, quality item in a svelte package! As a business traveler I learned early on to cut down on excess baggage. I use a moneyclip that holds my license and a few cards, I carry the Fisher Space Pen, and when not flying, I carry this. 3 things that take up so little pocket space that they feel nonexistant until the moment you need them. As a side note, carrying your money in your front pocket is not only harder to pick, it makes sitting more comfortable and many “Dockers” style pants have zippers now on the front pocket.I’ve used several other micro-multis that I’ve bought or received as a gift. They are all sitting around in drawers. In fact, I lost one of these and bought the same thing to replace it when I have probably $150 worth of optional stand-ins. It’s that good.Obviously, there are tradeoffs between size, weight, robustness and functionality for multis, so YMMV. The SOG and other 4-tool style ones are well built, but don’t offer many functions. The Schrage has the tools, but the size is a little much. The Gerber “lipstick” model is too bulky and has only a few tools, even if it’s very solid. After carrying (and using!) at least 10 models from other companies, this became my favorite and I don’t use any tools that aren’t quality and I don’t give out 5’s without any reason.This thing is tiny, but not fragile and still fits your hand. Fits in the pocket without you realizing it’s there, has a great “hand” as a tailor would say and doesn’t cut into your palm (although you really aren’t cranking or applying a great deal of pressure when using the small scissors).All blades are sharp and all of the components useful. I’ve found that in this form factor that pliers are generally useless. You need a larger multi in order to apply any real pressure, and the less surface area, the easier it is to strip something. Plus, for the most part, you don’t need to crank out bolts every day. While, this set of tools will come in handy almost every single day. I carry it instead of a pocket knife now.Buy one now and don’t look back.

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