Titanium Pocket Tool
A $40 multi-tool that fits in your wallet
There’s an ongoing arms race to see who can create the smallest, most feature-rich multi-tool, and the Titanium Pocket Tool, or TPT, is one of the top contenders.
This gadget, which is only 4 millimeters thick and about as long as a stick of gum, includes a universal wrench that fits 15 different bolts, a quarter-inch hex bit driver, a flathead screwdriver, bottle opener, camp fork, box opener, and ruler.
The clever design helped the company crush its Kickstarter goal. The tools should be available this summer.
Lead Photo: Big Idea Designs
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