Ti2 Whar-Biner Multi-Tool Carabiner

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Carabiners are an essential part of your everyday carry, so it makes sense to use one that brings a bit more than the bare bones functionality to the table. When it comes to getting the most out of your carabiner, the Ti2 Whar-Biner is worth its weight in gold.

Sure it’s going to do exactly what your current carabiner does, but it also does a whole lot more. Crafted from either titanium, bronze or zirconium, this thing packs a chisel, pry bar, screw driver, box opener and you guessed it – a bottle opener. Seeing that it’s not only precision machined, but also tumbled for 24 hours, you can bet your bottom dollar that it’s more than just a good looking piece of EDC, it’s a durable tool that will last for years to come. [Purchase]

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