Attachment Shovel

May 1, 2015

Category: Gear

We’re betting you thought the shovel would be the last thing to be turned into a multi-use tool. But the basic shovel is basic no longer, as Urban Tactical has created a better shovel. Introducing the Attachment Shovel, a high quality multi-purpose tool that is a necessity for campers and outdoor adventurers. Not only does it dig a great hole, but it also can chop word, slice an apple, help start a fire, open bottles, be used as a flashlight, be used as a screwdriver, and can even charge your phone in emergency situations.

Even that isn’t all that the Attachment Shovel can do, though. It can also be used as a hoe, wire cutter, ice breaker, string saw and as an SOS signal. The project is currently being funded on Kickstarter, and while it is a great idea, it doesn’t appear to have an audience, having just 45 backers with 20 days to go. Early backers can get the Attachment Shovel for $130. [Purchase]

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