With a minimum compliment of blades and a thin carry profile, the S2 is the Juice tool of choice for many people. It also finds favor among hikers, bikers and others where weight is a concern.It also has a sister the C2 that has a corkscrew instead of the scissors of this model
- Profile is semi-needlenose
- Features include fine serrations, a gripping area, and a wire cutter area. (with hard wire notch)
- Brushed stainless finish
Handles/FrameSandwich/layer construction of the handles is more thoroughly described on the Juice Series page. On the S2, there is a small cutout area in each handle to provide easier fingernail access to the screwdrivers.
LEATHERMAN and PAT PEND are stamped along the spine of both handles.
PivotsThe Juice series features round head rivets for pivots instead of the traditional Leatherman knurled screws.
Blades and ToolsOutside opening
- Plain edge knife blade, drop point profile, double side grind bevel. Measures 2-1/2" long. (60mm)
- Scissors, backspring loaded. (*serrated section out near the tips)
- Combination bottle opener/can opener. (*note that from the factory, can opener blades on Juice tools are not sharp enough to open cans)
- Medium flathead screwdriver
- Small flathead screwdriver
- Eyeglass screwdriver
- Phillips screwdriver (square profile suitable for Leatherman Removable Bit Driver accessory)
- Lanyard attachment ring
- None of the blades or tool lock open
SheathSee Juice Accessories.
- Length open = 5-1/4" (134mm)
- Length closed = 3-1/4" (83mm)
- Width closed = 1-1/4" (32mm)
- Thickness = 1/2" (13mm)
- Weight = 4.3 oz (124g)
- The standard color offerings for the S2 model are Flame Orange and Storm Gray. (see picture at bottom of page)
- In late 2008 special red and blue variations became available from various internet retailers.
- Rare variations to the standard color scheme are the green and brown camoflage models produced for Leatherman Australia. (for more information on these unique tools, click: Camoflage Juice Tools
BackgroundIntroduced in 2001. Made in the USA. Discontinued in 2014 and a new version with different scales was released.
- Leatherman S2 review - at Multitool.org main site