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TPC Titanium Pocket Clip

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Jul 27, 2016

Category: Gear

While it sounds trivial, having to dig into your pockets or rifle through your bag for your keys is one of the more annoying things a person can go through. Sure, it isn’t awful exactly, but add up all that time you spend searching? Death by 1,000 cuts. Chicago based product designers Chadwick Parker and Joe Huang have set out to solve this problem with the most minimal tool they could – the TPC.

While the main intention of this tool is to suspend your keys on the inside of your pants pocket, this tiny tool can do a whole lot more. Made from grade five titanium, the Titanium Pocket Clip can also pry open bottle-caps and tighten down your gear with its 1/4 inch hex bit driver. For those who don’t want to get caught in the dark, you can get the LED version that features a small 22 lumen flashlight, or you can just go for the ‘classic’ which features a one inch long ruler. Prices start at $35. [Purchase]

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