Australian designer and developer Alexander Barak has created a new lightweight titanium multitool, offering a wide variety of different functions including pliers, USB storage, knife and more. The credit card-sized multitool has been created to enable users to carry a “toolbox in their wallet” and has this week launched via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website to raise the AU$25,000 required to take the multitool into production.
The Supra TAG multitool is available from just AU$89, and if all goes well and the Kickstarter campaign is successfully funded, worldwide shipping is expected to start during September 2018. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Supra TAG’s unique design and the wealth of tools and functionality included in its small credit card sized form factor, which offers 14 different tools in one small device.
Constructed from titanium the pocket friendly multitool has been designed in Australia and will be manufactured in China and include swappable handles and hex tools enabling users to customise the device to their exact requirements. The cutting blade on the Supra TAG multitool is constructed from RWL34 Steel an all tools collapsed down into a handy easy to carry design, available in a variety of different finishes depending on your preferences. For a full list of all available pledges jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign for the titanium multitool by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News