NEW Titanium Multi-Tool (you choose!)
It’s shocking really…
The last five products I’ve design and made have been:
Not a pocket-sized multi-tool in sight!
This normally would not be an issue – but I keep getting asked all the time for a multi-tool.
Let’s not forget…
Making titanium pocket-tools is where I started out. 🙂
Remember the ViperFish?
Or the TiHawk?
Here’s some concepts I started – but never finished…
The thing is, personally, I’m not in the market for a pocket-sized, titanium multi-tool. But many of you are (the amount of emails in my inbox tells me so!).
So, here’s a fun thing (might work out or might be a disaster)…
I’ll throw up a list of multi-tool functions for you …and you can tell me in the comments below if “it MUST have that” or “it would be NICE to have that” or “it must NOT have that”.
Okay, so, functions:
— Bottle Opener
— Imperial Wrench
— Metric Wrench
— Prybar function
— Nail-Puller function
— Hex-Bit Holder (for holding those little hexagonal 1/4″ screwdriver bits)
— Pocket-Clip (for clipping onto pocket/bag)
— Flat-Head Screwdriver
— Philips-Head Screwdriver
— Gear-Tie function (for going camping and hiking I suppose)
— Carabiner clipping function (to clip on to belt-loop or bag)
— Blade (this would be a dull blade …nothing sharp)
Oh, and let us not forget, what SIZE should it be?
— 2″ long
— 3″ long
— 4″ long
— (I think any bigger than 4″ and it’s probably a tool …not a pocket tool …right? :-D)
A few assumptions:
— It will have a hole somewhere so you can attached to your key-chain or lanyard
— It won’t have any non-effective functions (like a saw-blade for example)
— It’s going to be made from Grade 5 Titanium
The funny thing is…
I’m certain I’m setting myself up to get a bunch of different answers from a bunch of different people. That’s fine.
It’s either that or I make the tool that I would personally use (which, in my not-at-all-humble opinion, would likely be a very clean and simple and practical solution :-).
If I have missed anything or you want something else – then let me know below!
Oh, and we can make more than one tool. Why limit ourselves, right? 🙂