Multitools are incredibly useful things, and we should all have one on our keychains, hanging from our belts, or otherwise in our pockets. But they can also be space-consuming, heavy, or just not equipped with the stuff you need for the job. So if you want to strip it down, the MyKee is the right tool for the job.
Multitools are all about clever design, especially the one-piece tool where it’s a simple sheet of stamped metal. And the MyKee team have gotten some impressive mileage out of punching holes in a sheet of titanium shaped like a key. At the top, there’s the hex wrench setup; 10, 8 and 6.3 mm, to cover the larger hex bolts. If you go down the side, there’s the obligatory bottle opener with a 6mm hex that can hook around screw bits, making it a handy fill in for when you need a screwdriver. Right below that is a semi-sharp blade; don’t worry, it’s safe to handle. But it’s got enough of an edge to cut tape, open letters, and even serve as a flathead screwdriver in a pinch. Finally, you’ve got the claw at the end, which can, well, serve as leverage to rip things open, or small things like staples and brads out.
MyKee To Success
Like I said, you really do need a multitool in your life. And this seems to be one designed for pretty much everybody; short on the useless stuff, long on the handy. So keep a toolkit handy, with MyKee.