Patchnride is a small device that lets you repair most bicycle tires without using other tools by injecting a permanent patch into the hole. The first version is for clincher or tubular tires; a version for tubeless tires will follow soon.
This rugged analog watch is the ultimate adventurer’s timepiece, concealing a compass, can opener, firestarter, whistle, signal mirror, magnifying glass, fishing line, hooks, and cutting tool inside. It’s also got a built-in LED flashlight.
The Titanium Swing Blade Tool is super efficient – it’s a money clip with flathead screwdriver corners, and there’s a stainless steel razor blade that’s safely stored when not in use. Don’t forget the key ring and bottle opener either.
A multi-tool shaped like an axe head. Aside from an axe blade, It also has a hammer, a scraper, a ruler and more. You can mount it to a handle either by using its clamps or by tying it with a paracord, depending on the model you get.
The Wallet Ninja is the equivalent of 18 tools in one credit card-sized package. It’s got 4 screwdrivers, 6 hex wrenches and a bottle opener. TSA-approved and made of heat-treated stainless steel, so it won’t rust, bend or dull.
This ingenious gadget combines a tire pressure gauge, auto glass escape hammer, LED flashlight, seat belt cutter, and other tools which could come in handy in an automotive emergency. Should be standard in every glove box.
The Gear Tie is a reusable twist tie. Its tough and flexible wire has a durable rubber coating that helps you hold its shape and secure objects with little effort. It comes in several lengths and with other accessories.
This useful nylon belt does more than keep your pants from falling down around your butt. It has a sturdy snap-out 3.3″ multi-tool built into its belt buckle. It includes a flat-head screwdriver, small pry bar and the oh-so-critical bottle opener.
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