Leatherman tool. I'm building up quite the collection. This one is the Juice S2 model in a really cool shade of orange.
Now, my computer screen shows this just a bit larger than actual size, but your computer screen may vary. Suffice it to say this thing is pretty small, yet not so small as to be a fragile little thing. At 3.25" long (closed) and only 4 3/8 ounces on my scale (4.4 advertised), it is easy to slip into a jeans pocket and forget about until it is needed. Leatherman advertises this tool as a pocket tool, so I guess they got it right. The tool body is thoughtfully shaped to slip into the pocket easily and is radiused on all edges so it will not snag on anything. Even the fasteners on the corners are rounded so as not to get caught up on anything. When folded, this tool is nice and slippery. However, once opened, the handle presents solid flat surfaces to grip. I can get a positive grip on this thing.
There are more variations of the Juice, which you can see at Leatherman.com. There are two new models that are thicker, and have 18 functions. I don't find myself needing all the extra tools on those models, given the intended use. If I want to saw off a tree limb, I'll break out my Super Tool 300 or the Wave. If I ever find myself in situations like that, I normally have much larger, and more appropriate, options available. For its intended use, the S2 is ideal. I'll take the penalty of not having six other tools to save weight and thickness. I have never used a cork screw on any multi-function pocket tool, so I did not want the C2. It sacrifices a tool I use almost daily - the scissors. I can't do that - not for EDC.
I will be beating the piss out of this thing for a long time. In a few months, I will post an update to show just how well, or not, the tool is holding up. Stay tuned.