If you find yourself continually making adjustments to your bike or other mechanical devices around your home or office. You might be interested in a new versatile multi tool which is called the Tool Pen, that uses a tip storage function that may be familiar to some of you.
Tool tips within the Tool Pen can be ejected by pushing down on the tooltip protruding from the top of the pain cylinder. Which then pushes out the bottom tooltip for it to be placed back into the top of the cylinder to reveal the next tip in line. This can be repeated until the tooltip you require is revealed at the bottom of the pen cylinder.
The Pop-A-Point design for bits replacement as it has been called by the creators of the Tool Pen allows it to carry a tool tips enclosed within the cylinder until they are required. Check out the video below to learn more about this handy pocket tool. Its creators explain a little more:
“We use tools very often, loose the bolts, tighten the screws, or make something repaired. However, we always store these tools in drawer or somewhere without conspicuousness, because most of them are so heavy, bulky, and ugly!! You don’t want to carry them in your bag or pocket, not to mention showing off with others.
Most of the time, we just happen to tighten the bolts of our bike, computer, appliance, or household gadgets that won’t come loose, we’ll expect to have a dapper one on hand. The optimized tool we desire is lightweight, compact, and portable; it’s even better to support various sizes of bolts & screws underlying the modular design with replaceable bits.”
The Tool Pen project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think Tool Pen is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Tool Pen become a reality.
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