However, due to the Wave’s size and weight, it can be looked at as a plus. The Leatherman Surge retails for between $125 – $130USD and the Wave retailers for $115 – $125USD.  I don’t believe that one is better than the other. Get it here for only $86.00 The Leatherman Wave is c… Comparison of Leatherman Surge vs Leatherman Signal Multi Tools. BTW, I made the video version of this topic and it’s uploaded to YouTube, so please watch:  Keep in mind, both of these multitools are a compromise over full-size tools, not a replacement. I’ve used both and I would say the Surge just feels better to use. at all. The Leatherman Wingman is similar to the Leatherman flagship model and is more like a little brother to the Wave than the Suspension is to the Center Drive. Please refer to my “Center-Drive VS Surge Comparison Review” video at 6:55, where I demonstrate the standard bit insertion into the extension.  Depending upon application, size, and weight, is what makes the difference. I'd like to upgrade/mod the blades to the S30v blade of the charge at some point. Continuing on with the scissors, found on both the Surge and the Wave, both incorporate a leaf spring to facilitate use. The Wave is suitable for everyday carry due to its size and lighter weight with basically the same capabilities, I believe. 😉. Weight has a big impact on how easy a multi-tool is to carry – especially if you’re going to carry it attached to your body. Both have inch and metric. The last item is the lanyard ring. The main difference is the wire cutters for the Surge are replaceable, whereas the Wave is not-removable/built-in. It’s comparison video but less than 10 min! Leatherman has 2 different bit drivers, referred to as the Large and Small. If not, oh please watch! We've had absolutely no issues with the construction quality of the Wave+. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I had a Blast before and wanted something bigger and badder. Center-Drive: 3.25 in VS Surge 3.1 in Cutting edge: Center-Drive: 3 in VS Surge 3 in. I don’t know why. while the Wingman weighs 7 oz. I’m a bigger dude w/ meaty man mitts so the Wave just seemed anemic to me. Leatherman Surge and Wave Detailed Comparison The Wave is a bit limited when you have it compared to the Surge; it doesn’t come with a blade exchanger.The Wave has some tools which the Surge doesn’t have such as the tiny screwdriver which can be made used for small screws and glasses. Phillips & Flat blade, double ended.  However, the Surge has 2. Gerber Center-Drive: 4.7 in VS Leatherman Surge: 4.5 in Weight: Center-Drive 9.5 oz VS Surge 12.5 oz. It’s Very condensed. hiking, backpacking. Which tools do these multi-tools have? It still feels perfectly at home in your pocket while you’re in the field. Use Proprietary interchangeable double ended bits. Original Surge costs $129, and the price for Black & Silver Surge is $155. Neither of these 2 comes standard with a pocket clip. If that’s important to you then the Charge TTi is still going to reign supreme. making it … Login. The Surge scissors is accessible on the outside, whereas the wave is on the inside, and has to be un-folded to use. . I pretty much immediately returned the Surge for the Wave. Squirt PS4 on my keys & Surge in my pocket w/ pocket clip. It’s a weight saver. It’s my side of thing but it took reeeeeeeaaally long time to edit this video. Next item is the Ruler. Did you watch my video version of this website yet? They’ve been around for decades and have used that time to perfect their line of products. Is the charge worth the extra 20 or so dollars? You need to open the body for the Rulers. I still take it out every now and again for example in an urban exploration setting or for handy work. The Surge is plier heads are also changeable. I can't imagine needing more than a Wave unless you have a job or hobby that requires a special tool found on another model. Found in both the Surge and the Wave. Keeping in mind that the multi-tools will never replace the full-size tools contained within either multi-tool. Blade material same as the straight edge, 420 High Carbon heat-treated stainless. The edges of the file are also cut for filing, for both, Surge and Wave. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Jul 2, 2011 #1. col902. Fast delivery from our own stock Over 12.000 products Extended return policy until 31-01-2021. TL,DR:Got a Surge, like it alright, bit too heavy and grit-sensitive for something I would want to have on my at all times in the field. I hope you enjoyed watching it. Paid Subscribers don't see ads! The locks work reliably and the blades stay out of the way when using the pli… Both Surge and Wave incorporate built-in rulers. I've been perfectly satisfied with the Wave since getting it. It's the only one I've owned so can't offer an opinion on the others. . And that’s definitely the case with the Leatherman Wave Plus (and for two of my favorite multi-tools that are still to feature, the Charge … The extension and extra double-ended bits are optional. Blade length is 3.1 inches with approx 2 3/4 inches cutting edge for the Surge. The Wave is 3 inches overall length with a 2 ½ inch cutting edge. Anyone own the Charge Plus and know if it’s worth the extra cost? I have a squirt that I keep in my front pants pocket every day for the past 5 years or so, and a surge that I carry on my belt at work. Wave Plus Vs Charge The Leatherman Charge is almost identical in design to the Wave+. The pliers are bigger and stronger than the waves one. It should also be noted that many potential buyers compare the Wave vs “Another Tool” For example, in a recent post we compared the Leatherman Wave Vs. At a MSRP of $99.85 for the stainless finish, it’s comparable to other premium multi-tools like the SOG PowerAssist or Victorinox SwissTool RS. The Surge is Leatherman’s closest comparable product to the Free P4 from the … Charge comes in 2 versions – the ALX and TTI. [keychain]. Charge. In the conversation of multi tools, there is a pretty strong debate between the Leatherman Wave and Surge.  Actually I own and like both. Another best multi tool is Leatherman Wave and it popular by its outside design, its redesigned on 2004 with larger knives and stronger plier. That’s about average f… For only a few dollars more, the Surge delivers a much more robust multi-tool that can be a savior when you find yourself in need of typical tools like wire cutters and replacement blades. Blade material for both, 420 High Carbon Heat-treated Stainless Steel. The cost for the Leatherman Wave varies from $99 to $125. Moving on to the Plier-head. The construction of the Surge & the Wave are basically the same. Leatherman Wave Plus. We strive to give you all you need to make an informed decision on the Leatherman Surge vs the charge TTI. I know this Leatherman doesn't get a lot of love but I brought mine on a short camping trip a few weeks ago and it was perfect. Overall length 3 inches with a 2 ½ inch usable file. Leatherman Wave vs Charge the Leatherman Wave and Charge are similar multitools. The Surge’s awl blade is 1 ½ inches long with an edge on one side and incorporates a threading hole for heavy materials. One of the most popular multi-tools from Leatherman, the Wave, is considered a full-sized multi-tool featuring 17 tools in one small and compact package. However, the Surge plier head is slightly larger than the Wave. Leatherman’s quality is fantastic and the company stands behind each and every multi tool. The Leatherman Surge has a bit more steel, a bit more functionality and a bit more weight, so it’s expected that it has a bit heavier price tag. Weight 12.5 oz. Within the Leatherman range, the Leatherman Wave Plus is located at the middle of the price range. As an everyday carry, I liked the idea of the big scissors. Might be the hand size, but the slightly larger shaft and blade length is preferred. I initially bought the Surge. The construction of the Surge & the Wave are basically the same. Copyright © Gadget Survivalist 2017. Surge’s ruler is 8-1/2 inches or 21.5 cm. In the conversation of multi tools, there is a pretty strong debate between the Leatherman Wave and Surge. LEATHERMAN, Original Wave Multitool with Scissors and Eyeglass Screwdriver Bit, Black with Leather … BTW, 420 High Carbon Stainless is less prone to corrosion. The Wave File blade is not removable. Dimension, overall 3 ½ inches long with a 2 ½ inch usable file. Overall length of the saw blade is 3 ½ inches with the 2 ½ inch cutting edge. The TTI is definitely the most desired multitool due to the titanium handle scales and the S30V main blade. I had a Wave and found a Skeletool suited my needs. If you prefer the easy open design of the Free P4 and like how intuitive it is to use you’ll probably prefer it to the Charge TTi. Mine is Black oxide coating over 420 high carbon stainless steel. What are your opinions on these two multitools? Small bit driver is a non-standard size, proprietary tool. Obviously the Surge is suitable for a work place environment owing to its size and weight. It is designed with larger pliers and sloped top handle. “For me, the Wave hits on all cylinders of great design," said Ben Rivera, CEO of Leatherman. Depending on the model, you can buy Charge multitools for $130-150. The Surge was big and bulky and hard for me to use without both hands. In case if you are new to Leatherman multi-tools. The contents are dense. In addition to the proprietary bits, there is a bit extension which fits into the large bit driver allowing the multi-tool to become full length driver. Bit extension will also accept the standard ¼ inch bits. The Wave has most of the core components and is a bit smaller/lighter, also it is cheaper. This may need to be a Netflix show now.... Ive got the surge and the scissors are by far the best feature on them, they are strong and can cut through thick leather. Thanks. It can be also used in certain electronics that requires to pin-hole-reset. Though they cost more or less the same the Wingman is slightly cheaper than the Wave. The Wave’s ruler is 8 inch or 19 cm. The main difference is the wire cutters for the Surge are replaceable, whereas the Wave is not-removable/built-in. The Surge features bigger pliers compared to the Charge TTI. All rights reserved. As you have seen, there is no better choice because the three have been specialized for different needs. The Leatherman Charge Plus TTi is located at the very top of the scale. Leatherman Surge vs Wave: The Comparison. Wave, blade length is 2.9 inches with approx. at YouTube? I love the Leatherman Squirt, because I always have it with me. Leatherman Free P4 Vs Surge. Leatherman Wave vs Charge TTi. It’s still usable. Drop the Wave+ in your pocket and you’ll be 8.4oz (241 gms) heavier. The Gerber Suspension has a unique … OK, beginning with the Large bit driver. An OTF knife, There are certain times in everyone’s life that they, What makes for the Best Assisted Opening Knife?  Both the Surge and Wave have built-in flat blade screwdrivers. Although it is stainless steel, it will still corrode. Having gone through both the Surge and the Wave, the biggest differences between the two is the size and weight with minor variations in some tools. Really handy to have the one handed capability if you're in an awkward position and need your multi-tool. They offer a 25 year warranty (repair or replace) with some conditions and things to keep in mind. This particular Wave plier-head incorporates the cap crimper, not found on the Surge for this review. Of course blade material is 420 HC stainless for both. Still, we are writing a Leatherman Surge vs Wave article to compare and see which one is better and which will fit your needs. It's also fun to snap the pliers into place while sitting 'round the fire haha and if you carry a larger pocket knife (I do) the small blades on the OHT aren't much of an issue. Leatherman Wave vs Charge AL Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by col902, Jul 2, 2011. LEATHERMAN, Surge Heavy Duty Multitool with Premium Replaceable Wire Cutters and Spring-Action Scissors, Stainless Steel with Premium Nylon Sheath. Leatherman Wave vs Surge The Leatherman Guarantee. Price. GBP. Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by jonpwn, Apr 7, ... wave and charge tti are almost the same in size and weight.. Since this is the camping section, I just want to throw out another idea: the OHT.  Both are held in by the lock, so they won’t slip out during use. Surge is 4 and half inches long, ¾ thick, approximately 1 and half inches widest point when folded. The Charge TTI has, … The replaceable wire cutter blades for Surge are made from 154 CM stainless steel. That is all we had in this Leatherman Wave vs. Surge vs. Chargecomparison review. ... Leatherman Wave Multitool (830038) ... vs. Leatherman Charge TTI Multitool (830683) Leatherman Squirt PS4 Multitool (831195) vs. Leatherman Juice CS4 Multitool … Purely because many of the tools are such good quality it feels wrong having them so far down a list. The further I get down this list the harder it gets. Its a bit bulkier and heavier but you get used to it, over all im happy i got the serge over the wave. Keep the Bit Kit & extension in the glovebox in case I need to tinker w/gear. So, when it gets soiled, make sure to rinse and dry. On the Surge, just like the file blade, it is removable (interchangeable.) Neither the Surge or Wave have the guthook which is so useful. Leatherman Surge vs Supertool 300 – Conclusion Both the Surge and the Supertool300 are of superior quality and are made to last. Re: leatherman surge vs. wave « Reply #3 on: July 26, 2007, 06:25:14 PM » Another thing to consider is that without a sheath, the Surge will be missing either a saw or a file (if that matters to you), unless you carry the extra piece somewhere else. We would love to tell you more about the differences. Both have cross-cut coarse side and Diamond coated fine. An additional note about the Surge plier-head is on the back side of the plier head hinge, there’s a stranded wire cutter and wire crimper, which the Wave does not have. Since Surge is larger, it has the room/space to include the additional flat blade. This site is a free online resource that strives to offer helpful content … After taking it out on a few prolonged camping an hitchhiking trips I have found it to be a bit too heavy and awkward to have on my belt and also that it is prone to getting sand an grit messing up the smoothness of its moving parts. Choose the right Leatherman Leatherman Surge vs Wave Plus Leatherman Wave Plus vs Gerber Center-Drive Leatherman Charge Plus TTi vs Wave Plus Leatherman vs Victorinox multi-tools. Product. I think I'm going to switch to a folding saw in my pack, and a medium/large knife on my belt. Login. Has anyone here used either tool or have a different multi tool you would recommend? The Squirt is a nice little tool, for sure. Whereas the Wave does not have the awl blade. It’s a half inch smaller and weighs 4 ounces smaller. Knife. Surge and Wave have provision for a detachable belt clip. On to the Serrated knife blade, for the Surge, blade length is 3 ¼ inches with 3 1/8 inches cutting edge. Having said that, the Surge is comparably priced, usually within +/- $5 of each other. Would probably take it with me if i wanted to live out of my backpack for more than a year or so, otherwise I'll just stick with my old and reliable Wenger Ranger Grip, plus some small scissors in my first aid kit and maybe a set of small needle nose pliers, mainly for getting a sowing needle through stronger materials when doing gear repairs in the field. For example, Charge + costs $139, while Charge + Forest modification is as expensive as $144. . It's a little too bulky to put on my belt without the weight pulling my belt off kilter and making things uncomfortable. Next is the awl. These two tools are two of Leatherman's highest quality and I wanted to put together a full comparison of the two.. Basically, if you are interested in a slightly larger, heavier tool with a few more options, the Leatherman Surge … Much harder stainless steel. Moving on to the Knife blade. I have gotten myself into the exact same comparison just over a year ago and ended up getting the Surge. Center-Drive looks bulkier than Surge but weighs less by 3 oz. Compare the main Features, Specifications, Prices and Select the Best Model. The Leatherman 830039 New Wave … However, the Surge plier head is slightly larger than the Wave. ---, Press J to jump to the feed. Big complex multi tools get harder to use as weight and bulk increases. These two tools are two of Leatherman's highest quality and I wanted to put together a full comparison of the two. . Carries as comfortably as my BM Osbourne. But Leatherman Surge and Wave will substitute full-size tools. It’s easier to put an edge on and maintain the knife edge with this material. Good recommendation! Editing this video took a looooong time, so I hope you enjoyed it. The Wave is the subject for hundreds of Tool Tale submitted to the brand, including helping to climb out of icy waters and finding the way to safety after being buried in an avalanche. Not sure if I'm too late but I’ve owned both the Wave and the Surge, and the Wave is my favorite since it is a little smaller and fits better in my pocket. Hi, today I’m going to cover the Surge and the Wave. Both the Surge and the Wave incorporate built-in retractable metal lanyard rings. Leatherman Wave Vs Charge Leatherman Wave w/ Leather/Nylon Combo Sheath. However, literature states 8 inch and 19 cm. Surge and Charge Surge and Wave Charge and Wave The next picture shows the outside tools. And depending on where you buy it, either sold as a separate option or as a set. EUR. Its lighter and has fewer tools than the Wave. While the Charge and Wave sport both the file and saw with 2 blades, the Surge gives the option of Saw OR File and Scissors with 2 blades. Image. I felt it only proper to do a comparison between the Leatherman Surge and Wave, taking into account the size and weight and difference in available tools in each. Let’s face it; a multi-tool is convenient to have around when a tool box is not readily available or practical at times i.e. Don’t mind the extra 4 oz. Weight. 125. Comparison of Super Tool 300 vs Leatherman Wave: Super Tool 300 is the best multi tool for the workers. Actually I use Surge at work. The 3 main tools within the plier-head are hard and soft wire cutters, standard plier-jaw, and needle nose. However, small bit is actually a non-standard bit, extremely small, i.e., jeweler screw driver size. On to the Bottle opener, can opener, and wire stripper incorporated on both the Surge and Wave. All pivots are tight, and the overall build is stiff enough for all but the most stubborn of rusted tasks. Leatherman will sell you an optional one (and lanyard ring) for around $5. If you google something like "leatherman wave hidden lanyard ring" or something you'll find explanations on it. However, there are provisions to add an additional oversized lanyard ring, or as mentioned earlier, belt-clip, for both Surge and Wave. It has 18 tools instead of 21, but I don’t miss the extra 3 tools. Moving on to the flat blade screwdriver. On to the file blade, For the Surge, it’s a removable file blade. . Order before 2:30 PM & get same day shipping Returns within 14 days We ship from the Netherlands. Oil as needed. When I plan to bushcraft, the Surge goes in my pack. Whereas the Wave has only 1, which is 1/4 inch flat blade. The tool loadout is basically the same, with the addition of a cutting hook on the serrated knife the only real …  😉. Hey All! Let’s begin with the body dimension. There's indeed a lanyard ring on the Wave, I'm using it on mine right now :) It's hidden away and you need to push it out. The scissors were cool but off balance for me because of how heavy the tool body was. 2.7 inches cutting edge. Obviously Surge scissors is bigger than the Wave scissors. Thumbnail looks like two Viking wizards with long flowing robes. Choose the right Leatherman Leatherman Surge vs Wave Plus Leatherman Wave Plus vs Gerber Center-Drive Leatherman Charge Plus TTi vs Wave Plus Leatherman vs Victorinox multi-tools. Moving on to the Saw blade. The knife sucks on both in my opinion. The best way to describe this tool is a jeweler screw driver. When I go camping or hiking I love the surge because it's got larger blades, both serrated and non, the saw is good for larger pieces of kindling, and the scissors are easy to get to.  Kind of like sibling rivalry that one is better over the other, which may be true but depending on where it’s used, i.e., camping, hiking, the garage, the car, in the house, at work and the individual need of having a multi-tool around as a handy item (tool). Basically, if you are interested in a slightly larger, heavier tool with a few more options, the Leatherman Surge is a really good way to go. Today, I want to talk about the choice between two gems: the Leatherman Wave and Leatherman Charge TTi. 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This speaks volumes to the reputation of the Wave. Edge can be used as scraper. I did look at the surge which is a bit cheaper than the charge tti and doesn't look too bad either. Another example would be general out-door, day to day, or everyday carry (EDC), camping, hiking, or backpacking, weight would be an issue (like the Wave.) The Leatherman Wave has 17 tools while the Wingman has only 14. But I either strap it to my pack, or put in inside. They are 5/16 & 1/8 inch flat blade. . The Wave, closed length is 4 inches, weight 8 ½ oz, 11/16 inch thick, 1 3/8 at it’s widest point when folded. But as far as functionality is concerned, Surge is the best courtesy of the 21 tools and when it comes to affordability, Wave Plus is the best bang for the buck. I've never came across a use for the more powerful jaws of the Surge's pliers in the backcountry. I have the wave, in hindsight, would have preferred the surge for the option of a hacksaw and the size. Of course, we are talking about the Leatherman products. The Wave weighs just under 9 oz. Mar 16, 2011. Eventually, I ended up just using it for crafts and workshop projects, not camping/traveling activities. The Wave blade length is 3 inches with 2.7 inch cutting edge.  An example would be at work where I need to use full-size plier or screw driver, and don’t have immediate access to my tool box (Surge). The Leatherman Surge is the more heavy duty apparatus among the two. That said, I wouldn't take it camping because it's more than I need, I was working with the NPS and my boss told me that if you break a Leatherman and send it back, they send you an upgraded one. If you are looking for a multi-tool that can help you have a plethora of tools available at all times, then the Surge is an amazing choice. They have blessed us with a lot of great products throughout the years and many users are beyond satisfied. It’s exchangeable with the Saw blade. It is constructed of 100% stainless steel, and you can operate it with one hand. Swiss Army knives are very much that way. The main difference has to be the number of tools attached. However, the bit extension receptacle is deeper than the standard bit length. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the CampingGear community, A helpful community that aims to help users make informed decisions about camping gear including sleeping systems, clothing, cooksets, and packs.... and to show off our stuff Also the Wave plier head incorporates a cap crimper for this particular model, which is not on this particular Surge. Can't verify myself, but if you feel like playing a long game, the Wave might be a solid investment haha. When I plan to pseudo-ultralight it up, the Wave is my choice. Made of 420 High Carbon stainless steel. Pretty convenient. Center-Drive Knife is longer by 0.15 inches. The Large bit is equivalent to a standard sized bit (1/4 inch). 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