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Vital Carry Permanent Cache

Vital Carry Permanent Cache
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On the outside, this looks like an ordinary Sharpie – but the guys at Vital Carry have removed its guts and replaced them with a 5.3″ long metal tube for stashing pills, rolled up cash, matches, or a length of Kevlar string. Available in aluminum, brass, copper, or titanium for a few dollars more.

Key Bit Hex Driver Keychain Tool

Key Bit Hex Driver Keychain Tool
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After six years off the market, Vital Carry’s teensy keychain bit driver is back for a limited pre-order. The capsule-shaped tool hides a #2 Phillips screwdriver bit inside. Neodymium magnets hold the bit in place, and it can accept most 1/4″ x 1″ or shorter hex bits. Available in aluminum, brass, copper, or titanium.

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Steady Scribe Aluminum Pen

Steady Scribe Aluminum Pen
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This thick metal pen from Vital Carry has a flat-milled edge on its cylindrical body to keep it from rolling off of your desktop. Each is machined from a solid bar of aluminum with a 0.62″ diameter. Includes a replaceable Schmidt 9000 M refill.

Vital Carry Mini-B Pen

Vital Carry Mini-B Pen
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This stubby machined metal pen has a working bolt-action mechanism and measures a pocket-friendly 3″ long. It comes in barrel and accent combinations of copper, brass, aluminum, or titanium and takes Schmidt Mini D1 refills. Prices vary depending on the metals selected.

Vital Carry Magbolt Pen

Vital Carry Magbolt Pen
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The MagBolt pen features a unique mechanism that uses the power of repelling magnets to engage and retract its pen tip. Each one features a smoothly machined aluminum barrel, along with accents in copper, brass, or aluminum. Accepts a Schmidt 9000 M refill (included).

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