StatGear BitzBlade Multi-Tool

Aug 6, 2018

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It’s never a bad idea to keep a multitool as part of your everyday carry arsenal. Unfortunately, some options out there aren’t exactly pocket-friendly due to their weighty nature and awkward shape. StatGear wants to change all that, beginning with their BitzBlade 2.0 Multitool that covers all the basics but is the size of a pen.

Outfitted to serve as a miniature toolbox for your pocket, each BitzBlade comes equipped with up to 26 different features all packed into its sleek design. Most notably, these include a window breaker, LED light, 9 double-sided S2 steel bits, a bottle opener, pry bar, hex wrench, box cutter and scraper, and a 440C stainless steel knife blade. Clearly, what we have here is a one-size-fits-all tool to help get the job done. It’s all housed within a user-friendly piece designed by a former NYC paramedic and is available now for reservation on Kickstarter.

Purchase: $59

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