Prometheus Design Werx BoB Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

San Francisco-based Prometheus Design Werx specializes in high quality gear with a special attention to detail. Their Dog Tag tool has become an essential component to our personal EDC kits, and the PDW BoB Tool may be the next one we throw in our pockets.

Short for Break or Beer, this handy multi-tool is constructed from ultra durable titanium, and was designed specifically for Emergency Service Professionals such as first responders, EMTs and paramedics – individuals who need quick access to life-saving tools. It’s equipped with a tungsten carbide ball glass breaker, oxygen tank wrench, blind pocket 1/4-inch driver, 10mm wrench, lashing holes, key ring hole, and as the name would suggest – a bottle opener for cracking open cold ones. Each one is designed in SF, and made right here in the USA. [Purchase]

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