But each of us probably does something day to day that we wish the leatherman had a tool for, or we find that we never use one thing or another.
I don't think I used the Eyeglass screwdriver more than a couple of times, and ended up breaking it off. One thing I always seem to be looking for is something fine and sharp, to remove a sliver, drain a nailbed, or whittle something. A #11 scalpel blade works for most of those jobs. I also use an 18 gauge needle for all but whittling, and in considering this mod I thought of some ways to put the 18 ga. in the eyeglass screwdriver blade. I chose instead to modify a # 3 scalpel handle to fit the leatherman in place of the screwdriver blade.
I found a stainless #3 scalpel handle which is about the size of the leatherman blade. A #3 handle will also hold a #15 blade, which is a small rounded blade. There are a large number of specialty scalpel blades available, just be sure they have the the smaller slot that fits a #3 handle.
With that in mind, I held my breathe and sent my Charge TTi to the OR. (there were complications;-()
Obviously, this will void the warranty. You risk screwing up your leatherman. Which I did. Sadness fer sure. You could poke your eye out. Wear Safety glasses, take the blade off the handle or tape the blade.
BTW, my first instructible. Your comments are appreciated.