Clean design makes the Screwpop multi-tool a standout piece of EDC. Made of American stainless steel, the ultra-slim utility knife holds 2 standard size blades & uses a mechanical lever as a blade stop for 4 different cutting depths. It’s a bottle opener, too.
BullseyeBore is a heads up display for your drill. The device mounts onto any drill & projects lasers onto your work surface helping you drill a straight hole every time. The lasers also generate visual cues to ensure you’re drilling deep enough but not too deep.
The Titan Plus is a rugged keychain-size flashlight with the power of a much larger light. Constructed of nickel-plated brass, it features 3 output modes up to a bright 300 lumens & is powered by a single AAA battery.
The minimalist Starnettle knife from Connecticut’s Ragged Mountain Knifeworks is an everyday utility knife that’s 7 inches long with a 3-inch cutting blade shaped from a slab of American made 5/32″ D2 tool steel stock. A fully funded Kickstarter.
MyKee looks like a regular old key; so it blends right in on your keyring. But, it’s an 8-in-1 multi-tool made of titanium. Lots of uses: Bottle opener, metric hex wrenches in 4, 6, 8, & 10mm, a semi-sharp blade, and a claw. This is a fully funded Kickstarter.
Sure, you can use your lighter to pop open beers but Coleman’s multi-tool lighter adds a few more tricks. It’s a refillable weatherproof torch that also sports a stainless steel knife, can opener, saw and file.
There are no axe makers in Brooklyn who’ve been around since 1697. Sweden’s Hults Bruk though. They’ve been at it. Their line of handcrafted Swedish axes feature classic, time-tested construction and run the gamut from small backpacking axes to tools for professional forestry.
Fashioned from an upcycled mill file, the pocket-sized Gripper from Civilware is slim and durable with a 1.5” blade, an overall length of 4.25” and it comes in a Kydex sheath you can loop onto your EDC ’biner/keychain.
This classic 24-piece German tool set comes housed in a Swiss pear wood box with leather handles and inside, the assortment of essential, high-quality hand tools are held in place by magnets to keep them all organized.
Burnside Knives is a Portland, Oregon-based knife maker that opened up shop in 2015. Their debut product line includes a liner lock folding knife with a titanium nitrate coating called the Cabrillo & a sleek frame-lock design featuring a PVD coating 3.2-inch blade called the Strauss.