Puna Multi-Tool

Dec 8, 2017

Category: Gear

We love tiny multi-tools. They’re incredibly handy in a pinch and far more convenient than carrying around a toolbox everywhere. But they all look pretty much like you’d expect – some odd mashup of all the tools that make them up. And that’s why we’re infatuated with the Puna from 3coil. It’s a useful tool, but it also looks cool.

Modeled after an assault rifle, this little device is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand (or inside your wallet), but packs quite a bit of heat. In total, there are 6 built-in functions – including a scalpel, a standard screwdriver, a micro screwdriver, a bottle opener, a keychain attachment, and a helpful breakaway handle. It even comes with backup scalpel blades and both flathead and phillips driver attachments. Not bad for a tool that’s only 3.15″ at its widest point. If you’ve been holding out on carrying a multi-tool in your EDC on the basis of style, this $29 one might be just the ticket.

Kickstarter: $29+

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