Gerber Shard Keychain Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

It’s no secret we’re suckers for a well-made multi-tool, and while we are constantly updating our EDC, there’s one tool that still stays attached to our keychain to this day – the Garber Shard Keychain Tool.

Not everyone likes to have their pockets full of large screwdrivers and bottle openers, but that doesn’t mean those same people should be without those conveniences on hand. Measuring in at just 2.75 inches, this bad boy is the perfect minimalist multi-tool for any EDC enthusiast. It’s crafted from stainless steel with an ultra durable titanium coating and includes 7 different functions; pry bar, small flat driver, medium flat driver, Philips head driver, lanyard hole, wire stripper and of course, the coveted bottle opener. The airline safe tool sells for just over $5 online, making it that much more of a no-brainer. [Purchase]

Gerber Shard Keychain Tool 2

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