Ringtool: The World’s Most Compact Multi-tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Multi-tools are a dime a dozen. There are many of them that are capable of tackling a handful of tasks, but just not portable enough for every day carry. Jonathon Sabutis decided to put an end to all that with his Ringtool.

Crowned the world’s most compact multi-tool, the Ringtool is a tiny circular-shaped key ring tool that comes equipped with nine essential tools. Crafted from hardened and tempered stainless steel, this thing was designed to take a beating. The tool is small enough to fit right onto your keychain, and still comes with a bottle opener, 3mm to 8mm Hexhead, flathead driver, Phillips driver, Torxhead T25 driver and 2 spoke wrenches. The New York based designer behind the project built the device with one thing in mind, maximum functionality with minimal form, and we think he hit the nail right on the head. [Purchase]

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