Full Windsor’s Breaker is a compact set of tools for cyclists and skaters. It comes with a chain breaker, a tire lever, a spoke key, five hex tool bits, a tool bit extender, a Torx bit, a Philips screwdriver and a bottle opener, all housed in a leather pouch.
This pocket-sized tool combines a key organizer and a pocket knife in one. Quiet Carry’s Mini Q is made from durable Grade 5 titanium, holds 4 to 8 keys, and its 2.35″ hardened steel blade has a screwdriver tip and built in bottle opener. Save 19% in The Awesomer Shop.
Never have trouble finding your keys in the dark with this titanium keychain accessory filled with a strontium aluminate powder suspended in resin – resulting in a bright green glowing accent light that lasts for up to 12 hours after being exposed to light. In The Awesomer Shop.
This bladeless multi-tool measures just 2.8″ long when closed and weighs just 2.2oz, making it the perfect keychain travel companion. It packs needle nose pliers, wire cutters, scissors, a bottle opener, tweezers, files, flat drivers, and a hook for opening broken zippers.
Keep you keys from jingling and jangling every time you take a step with these tiny neodynium magnets designed to hold your keys together. They’re super slim, rust-proof, and attach easily to your keys. This set of 4 Magkeys magnets is 28% off in The Awesomer Shop.
A compact titanium-alloy multitool. Use it as a universal wrench, a hex bit driver, a flat or a wide head screwdriver and a pry bar. It comes with a steel insert that’s a finger-safe box opener on one end and a fork on the other end. It also fits standard utility blades.
These tiny tools can go with you anywhere, providing ready access to wrenches, a bit holder, flathead screwdriver, and a ruler. Each of the three tools is small enough to keep on your keychain, and made from durable stainless steel. 16% off in The Awesomer Shop.
This whimsical Swiss army style knife packs in seven useful tools, while looking like various animals, including a rhino, a hippo, and a giraffe. Has a bottle opener, wire stripper, file, punch, flat/Phillips drivers, and a knife. We think they should have called it the ZooTool.
YouTuber John Heisz made a folding knife out of a worn out circular saw blade. Our takeaway here is that it’s incredibly hard to do it by hand. Also, we have to redefine our notion of “basic tools.” John also made a wooden knife with the same template. More on his site.