The PST II was originally just a variation of the ever popular PST but it evolved into a tool of it's own and being originally labeled Leatherman Tool as the PST was became the PST II. It was the first Leatherman to have a diamond coated file (with fish hook groove) and a pair of scissors. At the time this was a major advance in the multitool world. It is also the first Leatherman to have a combo blade ( half serrated half plain edge knife blade). This tool was introduced in 1996 and later discontinued in 2004.
- Needlenose/Regular Pliers with Wire Cutters and Hard-wire notch.
- Stainless steel.
Ruler (8 in | 19 cm)
- None of the tools locked and had tool clumping
- All tools had a highly polished finish
- First Leatherman multitool with a diamond file and scissors
- The black leather sheath that came with the PST is the same leather sheath that also came with the PST II. It is a rectangular sheath with a snap button flap and Leatherman is written in gold lettering on the front that fit the tool perfect. There is also a black nylon pancake type sheath, a camo pancake type sheath and many others.
- Length open = 6.22 inches/15.8cm
- Length closed = 4 inches/10 cm
- Width closed = 1 inch/2.54 cm
- Thickness = 7/16 inch/1.27 cm
- Weight = 5 oz | 142 g
- The PST II originally was marked the exact same way as a PST but later on (around 1998) Leatherman started actually stamping PST II on the tool. It remained virtually unchanged after this minus a newer style plier head until they retired it in 2004.
- Stainless steel version
- Introduced in 1996. Made in the USA. Discontinued in 2004.
- There are a several tools related to the PST II. First off is the PST , next is the Mini-Tool, next is it's big brother the Super Tool, the wacky Flair, the Pulse is sort of a mix of the PST and the PST II and the first Leatherman with a clip the Sideclip is also a close cousin to the PST II.
- The PST II owner's club - in the Multitool.org forums
- Lets look at the PST, PSTII, Sideclip, Flair, Pulse, and Rebar. - in the Multitool.org forums
- The PST II datecode and stamp discussion - in the Multitool.org forums
- The PST II Review at Multitool.org
- The PST II August 1998 ad
- The PST II at the Leatherman website