Squirt P4 jaws, but considerably smaller than full size jaws found on the Kick or Charge. Best comparison would be with the Juice series of tools.
There are fine serrations near the nose, a gripping area below that, and a wire cutter area near the pivot. (Including a hard wire notch)
Shallow pockets are liberally scattered around the surface of the pliers. The effect on reducing weight is minimal, they are primarily for appearance.
Finish is brushed stainless all over.
Like it's sibling, the Skeletool, there is no date coding on the Freestyle.
- Length open= 5-1/4" (133mm)
- Length closed = 3-1/4" (86mm)
- Width closed = 1-1/4" (33mm)
- Thickness = 5/8" (16mm)
- Weight = 4.48 oz (127g)
Skeletool design, complete with carabiner. The main difference between the prototype Freestyle and Skeletool series was the lack of interchangeable bit driver, and with a fixed "multidriver" in it's place. This multidriver was designed in such a way as to work in both phillips and flathead (slotted) type screws. The Freestyle also did not have the cutout for the spare double ended bit in the handle.
Skeletool and the Skeletool CX. There are also two keychain Leatherman tools that are based on the Skeletool chasis the Style PS and the Style CS.
Freestyle and Freestyle CX Review on Multitool.org