KeySmart’s inexpensive keychain multitool incorporates a bottle opener, wrench, ruler, cutter, spoke wrench, flat- and Phillips-head screwdrivers, and a wire cutter. Its built-in carabiner clip attaches easily to a belt loop or bag too. They sell versions in other animal-inspired shapes, but they include fewer tools.
THE BEST Stainless Steel
This snowflake-shaped tool manages to pack in 20 features on your keychain. It’s made from stainless steel and includes multiple screwdrivers, hex wrenches, Allen wrenches, a bike wrench, box cutter, bottle opener, and more. Available in a natural or black finish.
Do you or your kids digging into your piggy bank and take money out too often? The Lusen safe will help you resist that temptation, because it has no openings other than its money slot. This stainless steel cube must be cut open with power tools if you ever need to get money out. Measures 5.9″ x 5.9″ x 5.9″.
Never go digging around your utensil drawer for a specific bar tool again. This kit packs in five stainless steel tools including a strainer, citrus zester, bottle opener, stirring stick, jigger, and bar knife, along with a plastic storage caddy. Makes a great gift for cocktail lovers.
If you often find yourself in need of lip balm, Screwpop’s accessory would be a great addition to your keychain. It features a stainless steel clip that firmly holds most standard tubes, while still providing access to its advancer knob. As a bonus, it has a flip-out bottle opener blade.
This teensy cutting tool fits inside of a pill-shaped steel container. It’s small enough to carry on your keychain, a lanyard, or a zipper pull and is great for opening packages, cutting string, or scraping off labels. It comes in brass, copper, or stainless finishes and includes a rubber stopper, so you don’t lose its cap.
Keep your workspace organized and tidy with this minimal desktop caddy from Three by Three Seattle. The stainless steel organizer comes with either a pen/pencil bin, or a supply bin for small items, while its back can prop up a phone or letters. Combine it with the matching to-do board for a complete storage system.
Desktop accessory maker Craighill’s stainless steel puzzle forms a complete sphere when assembled, but figuring out how to put its three components together is harder than it looks. It measures the same diameter as a pool ball, but weighs a hefty 1 lb, 12 oz. Pre-order price available for a limited time from Drop.
Farmer Customs‘ machined metal bottle opener is the perfect keychain companion. It’s got a sleek, yet pragmatic design that allows it to hang a keys from either end, and clips easily onto your belt or pants pocket. Available in aluminum, stainless steel, brass, copper, or titanium for the ultimate in strength.
Trixie and Milo’s scorpion-shaped pocket multitool deftly combines form and function, packing in a pry bar, cord-cutter, wing nut key, bottle opener, letter opener, serrated blade, scraper blade, flat screwdriver, hex wrenches, phillips screwdriver, and a headphone wrap. Machined from sturdy stainless steel.
TheGearFly’s keychain tool resembles a dice cube, but you won’t be using it to play board games. Instead, it works as hex wrenches and 1/4″ magnetic driver, allowing you to use a wide variety of standard bits. Its sixth side has a slot that’s perfect for holding a U.S. dime, transforming it into an impromptu flat-blade driver.
This distinctive and elegant sake vessel gets its inspiration from the drips that occur during the Japanese spirit’s distillation process. Each one is crafted from stainless steel and features a removable cup and saucer that looks like rippling liquid. The bottom of the saucer can also be inscribed.
Save time in the kitchen with this handy herb stripper. This stainless steel tool has eight differently-sized holes into which you can insert the stems of various herbs and greens. Pull, and the leaves pop off, ready for use in your cooking. It’s great for parsley, oregano, mint, thyme, mustard greens, and more.
This laser-engraved stainless steel card is packed with reference information for scientists and engineers. Its front side has the periodic table of the elements, along with rulers and a protractor, while its back offers up quick access to important constants, formulae, and conversions. There’s also a version for chemistry.
UPKnife’s unique multitool packs a 3-position, bolt-action hybrid tanto blade with OTF operation. Functions include a saw, bottle opener, box wrenches, a 1/4″ bit driver, a wire stripper, and a tungsten carbide glass breaker. Each one is made in the U.S. entirely from stainless steel.
Proud Grill’s smartly-designed grill utensils work individually as a spatula and a fork, then join together using magnets to form a set of tongs or a serving tool. Each tool is made from long-lasting stainless steel. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
Grim Workshop makes this set of 15 stainless steel tools and survival items, each of which can be loaded into a silencer tag for everyday carry. The dog tags include a bottle/can opener, fishing hooks, arrow, saw, lock picks, wrenches, sewing needles, signal mirror/glow tag, and more. Individual tags available here.
This modern writing instrument features a sleek metal body in aluminum or steel, and its magnetic hex opening holds screwdriver bits for eyeglasses, watches, and electronic gadgets. It comes with eight tool bits, and can store up to four of them inside of its body. Special price available for a limited time from Drop.
A heavy-duty, compact axe designed for outdoor living as well as throwing. Its 12 inch head and 2.75″ blade is constructed from long-lasting 8Cr13Mov stainless steel, attached to a sturdy glass-reinforced nylon handle. It weighs just 23.1 oz., and comes with a ballistic nylon sheath.
If those fancy Asprey cocktail shakers are too rich for your bank account, here’s a great alternative for rocket lovers on a budget. Viski’s stainless steel cocktail shaker has a great retro look and is perfect for making drinks like a Skylab Fallout, a Cosmonaut, or a Planetary Punch. It holds 24 oz. and has a built-in strainer.
In the interest of keeping his distance from others, builder Colin Furze decided that he was still too close to other people while riding his bicycle, so he built a stainless steel two-wheeler dubbed the “Highcycle” that rides more than six feet off of the ground. We’re impressed he was able to get onto this thing.
Spyderco’s substantial, yet lightweight knife features a sturdy VG-10 steel blade, with a combination edge that blends a straight edge with a serrated “Spyder” edge. It’s also available with a straight blade, or an all- serrated blade, and in addition to stainless steel, you can get it with a fiberglass-reinforced nylon handle.
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