Tool Pen Mini Multi-Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The designers at min/inch made their debut on Kickstarter with the wildly successful Tool Pen, a device with several tools packed into a portable pen. Seeing that portability is what put the original product on the map, the designers are back with an even more portable version of the multi-tool, the Tool Pen Mini.

Still the smartest Pop-A-Point design, each of the 21 bits can be swapped out with ease. The interchanging bits have been upgraded, now constructed from a lightweight, high quality S2 tool steel. The 21 types of precision bits let you do everything from fixing your iPhone and Xbox to your wristwatch and glasses. The Taiwan-based design team also introduced a window with marking icons to find which bits are inside, where they’re located, and which one you’re using. There’s even a built-in clip and magnetic cap to protect your pocket or bag from being accidentally stabbed. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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