When the Leatherman Free Series was announced to say I was intrigued would be an understatement. Having used Leatherman Tools for many years, the idea of “magnetic architecture” was fascinating. When it finally hit the stores here in Australia, I was among the first to pick one up. Today I’ll be giving you a detailed look at it and tell you what I like, and don’t like about it. First of all, here are some specs: Material: 420HC and 154CM s/steel Tools: 01- Needlenose Pliers 02- Regular Pliars 03- Premium 154CM replaceable wire cutters 04- 154CM replaceable hardwire cutters 05- 420HC Plain-edge Knife blade 06- 420HC Serrated Knife blade 07- Spring Action Scissors 08- Saw 09- Bottle Opener 10- Package Opener 11- Pry tool 12- Can Opener 13- Awl 14- Wire Stripper 15- Ruler 25mm 16- Wood/Metal file 17- Electrical Crimper 18- Phillips Screwdriver 19- Medium Screwdriver 20- Small Screwdriver 21- Extra-small Screwdriver PART ONE: Unboxing. The Free P-Series is presented in an attractive cardboard box. This here is the front. On the reverse side you have some information and pictures of the Leatherman. These here are the two sides of the box. When you slide the inner box out of the cover, you are met by a card that when you take out and reverse has a quick guide users manual on it. Underneath it you will find the Leatherman itself sitting next to its nylon belt sheath. The sheath appears to be of good quality, and feels better made than the Small Molle Sheath the OHT is supplied with.