The James Brand Halifax Keychain Multi-Tool

Sep 14, 2018

Category: Gear

Often, when it comes to everyday carry, smaller is better. But not at the expense of functionality. However, balancing the two features can be a herculean task — one which the folks at The James Brand have managed beautifully with their Halifax Keychain Multi-tool.

At under three inches in length (2.875, to be exact), this minuscule CNC-machined device is an easy addition to even the most crowded of key rings or pockets. And, since it’s built from super sturdy billet titanium and done up with an extra-durable Cerakote finish, it can take a beating and keep right on going. But none of that would mean much if it wasn’t useful — which it is, thanks to more than 5 built-in functions, including a combination screwdriver, pry bar, scraper, and integrated stainless steel bottle opener. Get your hands on one today for $50.

Purchase: $50

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