Ti2 Whiner

Aug 24, 2016

Category: Gear

Multi-tools come in all shapes and sizes. Some put utility before design, while others try to go for looks above all else. Ti2’s Whiner, a mix between their popular Whar-Biner and Shiner, gets the best of both worlds.

Precision machined in Hawaii, this tool can work as a key ring, chisel, prybar, scraper, screw driver, bottle opener, and self defense weapon all in one. The best part about it? It’s all one solid piece of metal, making it both attractive to look at and rugged enough to last through even the toughest tasks. To ensure you’ll be able to make use of all of those tools for a lifetime, designer and machinist Mike Bond chose to make these out of an incredibly high strength bronze alloy. When we say high strength, we really mean it. This thing boasts 82,500psi ultimate tensile strength. Not bad for a pocketable multi-tool. Prices start at $130. [Purchase]

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