Featured Image

Prometheus Emergency Key Opener

Posted By

Apr 22, 2015

Category: Gear

Not every box that needs opening requires a comprehensive multi-tool, and not every bottle top requires a bulky opener. That’s what the Prometheus Emergency Box/Bottle Opener (EKO) was created for.

All of us already own one (if not several) multi-tools and bottle openers, but this wasn’t made to replace those devices. EKO is a simple, key-sized cutter that not only tears through boxes with ease, but also features a built-in bottle opener for getting the party started. It’s crafted from ultra durable titanium, and seeing that it’s shaped just like a key, it easily attaches to your keychain, adding no bulk to your current EDC kit. The EKO surpassed its goal on Kickstarter, and will retail for $50. It’s also worth noting that it’s made right here in the USA. [Purchase]

More From Gear

Thumbnail

Oris' 1965 Inspired Dive Watch Is A Bronzed Beauty

Paying homage to the brand's very first diver's watch.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Thumbnail

Kershaw’s Decibel Is A Knife From The Future

The 2.7-ounce blade is coated with titanium-carbo-nitride coating.

Posted By Mike Bitanga

Partner
Featured Image

The 15 Best USA-Made Pieces Of Training Gear

Exceptional fitness equipment and apparel manufactured in the United States.

Posted By

Jul 18, 2019

Featured Image

Vollebak’s Carbon Fibre T-Shirt Is 5x Stronger Than Steel

Integrating aerospace and military engineering into everyday clothing.

Posted By

Jul 18, 2019

Featured Image

Danner Upgrades Their Trail 2650 Shoes With Waterproof GORE-TEX

The iconic American company's hiking footwear has evolved.

Posted By

Jul 18, 2019

Featured Image

Dominate The Trails With Carlex’s Mercedes X-Class Roof Rack

Bringing a secure, electronic system to the company's capable pickup.

Posted By

Jul 18, 2019