TPT Titanium Pocket Tool

Apr 20, 2017

Category: Gear

How much utility can you fit into 3″? Chadwick Parker and Joe Huang’s answer to that question is the Titanium Pocket Tool. Weighing in at just 24 grams, and small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, the TPT is a perfect everyday carry tool for the guy who wants to keep his load light without compromising.

Built with grade 5 titanium and a #420 stainless steel insert fork/blade, this multi-tool is equipped with a flat head screwdriver, mini pry bar, a 1″ and 2″ measurement que, 1/4 inch hex bit driver, bottle opener, scraper, fifteen universal wrenches across metric sizes, and a lanyard/keyhole. Parker and Huang have surpassed their Kickstarter goal many times over, and are currently selling the tool for $69. [Purchase]

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