Interno Italiano’s Neri are minimalist pens and mechanical pencils. Instead of having caps and the usual refilling system, they simply have a brass thumbscrew, akin to that used in technical compasses, to hold the ink cartridge or adjust the pencil lead.
An electric fire starter, Sparky uses two AAA batteries and a copper tip to deliver up to 3.5V of electricity, enough to set steel wool or gum wrapper foil on fire. It has an aluminum or copper body and a twist cap with a clip.
A keychain EDC tool that can open everything from beer bottles to nasty plastic packaging. It’s also got a flat-blade screwdriver, a hex hole for screwdriver bits, and its replaceable X-Acto style blade can be removed in case airport security gives you grief.
A minimalist compass for people who like to wander. While Haize and its mobile app can provide turn-by-turn navigation, its main feature is a free roam mode that shows the general direction and distance of your destination. How you get there is up to you.
Store Christmas lights, earphones and more without tangling them. Wrap your cord around the Cord Master in a figure eight and secure it around the notch. Then slide off the Cord Master to use the cord. Available in 20″, 16″ and 3.5″ sizes.
Metperial’s CNC-machined titanium multitool is the size of a zipper pull. You can use it as a Philips or flat screwdriver, bottle opener, wire stripper or cutter, nail clipper and knife. It comes with a titanium key ring.
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