MyKee 2.0 Titanium Keychain Multi-Tool

Dec 29, 2017

Category: Gear

Fans of everyday carry strive to constantly pare-down their gear without sacrificing functionality – which can sometimes be a herculean task. Luckily, there are also some very clever designers and craftsmen, like those behind the MyKee 2.0, out there to make things a little bit easier.

The second iteration of a patented design, this sturdy tool is crafted from grade 5 titanium – offering up the perfect balance of great strength and weight. That value proposition is only increased when you consider that the MyKee 2.0 also has over 20 built-in functions. They include a bottle opener, saw blade, prybar, screwdriver, stepped hex bit driver, a file, and much much more. It also weighs only 0.2 ounces total, measures up at just 0.1″ thick and 2″ at its longest point, and comes in either a bead blasted or brushed finish. You can even stash it in the optional folio, a carbon fiber sleeve to protect your clothes and other pocket gear from the cutting edge of the tool. This tiny EDC titan can be yours starting at $30, if you back the Kickstarter now.

Kickstarter: $30+

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