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Gerber Artifact Pocket Keychain Tool

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Simplicity is timeless

  • 8 useful tools in a minimalist package
  • Only a bit bigger than a cigarette lighter
  • #11 hobby blade, screwdrivers, bottle openers, more!

We'll admit it. The geek hatred of the unitasker has swung the pendulum way too far in the other direction. Now there are multitools that do eleventy-billion things and they still fit in your pocket... if you don't plan on putting anything else in there. Just suck... in... the gut... and stuff the tool in the pocket - quickly! THERE! It fits. What is that stabbing pain? Don't mind that - it's just the corkscrew attachment.

The Gerber Artifact Pocket Keychain Tool is a minimalist multitasker, the perfect lightweight companion that's only a tad bigger than a cigarette lighter. It features an exchangeable or removable #11 hobby blade, cross driver, small and medium flat drivers, wire stripper, pry bar (aka paint can opener) and keychain attachment hole. That's eight useful tools packed into a tiny package that really does fit in your pocket.

  • 8 useful tools in a minimalist package
  • #11 hobby blade, cross driver, small flat driver, medium flat driver, bottle opener, wire stripper, pry bar, lanyard hole
  • Handle material: Stainless steel
  • Handle color: Titanium nitrade coating
  • Length closed: 3.5"

PRODUCT DISCLAIMER:  These products are not intended for any unlawful purpose as defined by applicable local, county, state, and federal laws.  By agreeing herein, purchaser acknowledges that he/she is 18 years of age or older. Purchaser also acknowledges that he/she is permitted to purchase this product pursuant to his local, county, state, and federal laws.

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