Tiny Titanium Wrench

I got a capacity problem!

Let me explain…

I have too many ideas and prototypes than I am able to produce right now.

But, damn, I have to show you this one – for now I’m calling it the TinyWrench:

 

Tiny Titanium Wrench

 

I think it my just possibly be the world’s smallest hex wrench.

There’s a part of that needs a little bit of a re-design before release.

But, apart from that, it’s good to go.

Many people will most likely be wondering when they’re for sale. So, to anticipate this question, I’ll say it will be a couple of weeks before I’ll be able to produce these.

Like I said – I’m hitting a real capacity problem right now (remember I’m still currently working full-time).

Any questions (or even suggestions) then I’m all ears…

  • William says:

    Brilliant so small and it and looks great! I think will also be very effective, It probably is, the smallest Titanium wrench ever? But why stop there? you could make a range of them covering various sizes and even sell them in varying sets?

    I will be watching this space closely.

    Shouting over.

  • Robbie says:

    Damn you Magnus. I was fairly sure my key ring and wallet were full, however these are so tiny I’d be a fool not to get one.

    I’m in.

  • DON says:

    I do like this. Don’t need it, but that wouldn’t stop me from buying. I would remove the jimping around the keyring portion, but otherwise like the design. Do you put a slight taper to the inside of the 1/4″ hex part? Just wondering. I have seen that done and it makes gripping the bit better.

    DON

  • Thom Murphy says:

    Maybe to much of a redesign, but I have an idea to share. Maybe you could build it with a hinge in thr middle and a flat (standard screwdriver) edge on the smaller side (next to the smaller hole) opposite the hex bit hole. This would make the product usable for something on it’s own and add some very unique features. It could end up as the smallest and lightest screwdriver capable of applying “X“ amount of torque, or best torque (potential) to weight ratio under a certain mass/volume. As it is, the smallness is cool, but to me, it seems a bit silly considering the need to carry hex bits for it to be useful. Also, a hinge might allow the tool to be used in tighter spaces even when using hex bits. I don’t know if you could do a hinge or not, or if such would be strong enough to meet your standard. If so, it would be an instant buy for me. In fact, I think I would have to by a few to several as gifts. If the hinge idea isn’t clear let me know and I will provide a more thorough explanation when I have a moment to spare. As always, thanks for sharing.

  • Jerry says:

    I will get one as long as it fits standard US hex bits, or are you planning to supply those also?

  • Austin says:

    Looks great! Is the key ring hole big enough to fit on the post of The Rabbit? If so I would definitely use this as the “figure 8” on my keyring.

  • B Alan Eisen says:

    This looks very nice. I’ll be looking for it.
    Al Eisen

  • David B. says:

    Like it!

  • jtsky says:

    I can see the potential in its ” mini-ness “, but also share the opinion that it’s apparently a bit useless without hex bits in tow! Perhaps a flathead or slight bend as mini pry tool on the other is a concept worth exploring. Not something I would EDC in current configuration. That being said, I realize your market feedback may bring about a new design that stimulates my “Ti crazed gotta have it” mindset. Cheers !! Keep Calm & Design On

  • tony says:

    I like it, but the screw driver bits would need to have a holder as well to make it practical, look at leathermam. they have flat hex bits, add then in a titanium tube … mobile screwdriver
    http://www.leatherman.com/931014.html#start=1
    http://www.leatherman.com/934925.html#start=5

  • Joe w says:

    I like the idea above of a complete tool set, it would add to the usefulness of the tool!

    Great idea Magnus but, did you create this tool just so Legoman would not feel left out?

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