MAKE: warranty voider leathermans are in

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Ok Makers, thank you for your patience, the MAKE: warranty voider leathermans are in the store – Link.

Related:

  • MAKE: warranty voider – Leatherman “Squirt” preview (and details) – Link.
  • How they were tested, etched and packaged – Link.

6 thoughts on “MAKE: warranty voider leathermans are in

  1. If I break the screwdriver tool, can I order a replacement or do I have to order a whole new tool? Is it easy to get the case open so I can replace tools with ones I machine myself?

    In other words…
    – Does it include a meaningful and specific parts?
    – Is the case easy to open?
    – Are components, not entire sub-assemblies replaceable?

  2. christopherslatt – meaningful parts, depends what you mean – does a hammer come with meaningful and specific parts?

    is the case easy to open? depends on what tools you have, it’s just rivets. the tool has a 25 year warranty and it’s *tough*

    are components, not entire sub-assemblies replaceable? i can mill a new anything, heck i can forge a new knife for it i suppose.

  3. Just trying to keep you guys honest – if you’re going to push this Maker’s Manifesto / Maker’s Bill of Rights you’ve gotta start at home. :)

  4. yah, we’re the only magazine that i know of that is investing a lot in open source hardware, we try and do everything we can to live up to goals like the maker manifesto – we can’t get there without everyone’s help.

    you can give up and never try to do anything because things are not 100% perfect or open, or you can work hard to encourage change.

  5. something is wrong in the world when I can order a tool in the states, have it shipped across the Atlantic, and still end up paying less than I would in a shop here.

    not that I am complaining about the squirt mind you, I can’t wait to get a warranty voider on my keychain.

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