Tool Pen Multi-Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Our multi-tool is our most essential piece of everyday carry. We simply never leave home without one. Still, we would like it if tool makers could figure out a way to get all of the essentials into a smaller profile. That’s the concept behind the Tool Pen.

At first glance, this thing looks to be nothing more than a beautifully sleek pen – but there’s more than meets the eye here. The Tool Pen features a Pop-A-Point design that lets you easily replace the bits with ones stored inside the pen itself. The hexagonal body of the pen is comfortable to grip, and the aluminum construction is both lightweight and strong. Screwdrivers, hex heads, and allen attachments are all literally right at your finger tips. The project is spearheaded by the Taiwan based designers at Mininch, and crushed its Kickstarter goal with ease. [Purchase]

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