We offer free Express delivery on all UK orders. For Europe, North America, Asia and the Rest of the World weoffer Express delivery at subsidised rates. Order before 2pm and we will despatch the same day.
As soon as we despatch your order you will be sent a tracking number allowing you to check delivery progress. We usethe most efficient courier based on your order and shipping destination.
Delivery Rates and Times
UK - Free Next Day delivery on all orders over £70. Order before 2pm. Orders under £70 are charged at £5.
EU - Express delivery cost £10 on all orders. Delivery time 1 - 2 days.
USA & Canada - Express delivery cost £15 on all orders. Delivery time 1 - 3 days.
Rest of World - Express delivery cost £20 on all orders. Delivery time 2 - 5 days.
VAT, DELIVERY AND IMPORT FEES
We are not currently VAT registered therefore our prices are exclusive of VAT. As such, the base product price is thesame for all orders, irrespective of the destination country.
The final value of your order may change due toshipping fees which will be clearly stated at checkout.
Your order may incur customs and import charges applied by your local customs. These charges vary dependenton the country. If you are unsure please contact your local customs office for more information.
Features ten locking blades and a total of 18 tools. When introduced this was the biggest and strongest multi-purposetool in the Leatherman collection. Launched 1994 and retired 2001. This is a vintage item. It has been thoroughlychecked and found to be in good working order but may feature wear and marks in line with its age. Occasionally vintage pieces are marked with the name of the original owner or company. Please note customers must be over 25 to purchase this item which will be shipped under an age verification service.
Oregon native Tim Leatherman conceived the multi tool during a budget trip to Europe in 1975. Using a scout knife foreverything from slicing bread to fixing the car he realised the need for a pliers based multi purpose tool. Three yearsprototyping eventually secured a patent. Then, after numerous unsuccessful attempts to sell the idea he partnered withcollege friend Steve Berliner to launch the first Leatherman PST in 1983.