MyKey Titanium Multi-Tool Key

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Unlike most multi-tools on the market, MyKey won’t take up a ton of space in your pockets. And that’s because it’s shaped exactly like your typical house key, giving you the ability to slide it right onto your keyring.

Designed by Narbeh Khoygani, this little tool is the latest everyday carry component to catch our attention. It’s made right here in America, from grade 5 titanium built to last a lifetime – and it weighs just 0.185 ounces, so you won’t even notice it’s there. But don’t let all this talk about its small size fool you – this thing was built to be your right hand man. It features a cutting edge, a “claw” to pry do everything from opening paint cans to removing staples, a metric hex wrench set, a semi-sharp blade, and of course, the on thing all multi-tools must possess – a bottle opener. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

MyKey Multi-Tool 2

MyKey Multi-Tool 3

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Gear

Carroll Shelby's Own Long Lost Mustangs Were Used To Make These REC Watches

A piece of American automotive history you can wear on your wrist.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner
Featured Image

Thursday Taps Casamigos Co-Founder For A Heritage Moto Boot

Heritage-level riding footwear inspired by Mexican spirits.

Posted By

Jan 15, 2021

Featured Image

The 30 Best Pieces Of Running Gear For Men

A selection of staples for every type of endurance athlete.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021

Featured Image

Scoured: The Best EDC Gear On Gallantry

Earth tones, natural materials, and touches of copper set this loadout apart.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021

Featured Image

Rabbit Morphs The Classic Champagne Saber Into A Minimalist Masterpiece

Ergonomically-angled so you don't botch that bottle pop.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021

Featured Image

SALEWA’s Ice Boots Are Fortified Via A Pivoting Carbon Fiber Exoskeleton

Genuine alpine-grade, Italian-made boots with a myriad of proprietary elements.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021