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Ultimate 18-in-1 Pocket Tool

By: on November 21, 2015

Hey Tiger, I have an 18-in-1 pocket tool with your name face on it. The self-proclaimed ultimate in EDC multis, this credit card-sized tool packs a legal-aged lady's worth of functions into a super slim, super fly metal plate carved in the likeness of a beast of the jungle.

The tool weighs just 0.2 ounces and measures 1.1" long x 3.2" wide x 0.1" thick. In that smashed space it contains:

  • A phone kickstand
  • A fruit peeler
  • A headphone wrap
  • An inch and centimeter ruler
  • A bottle, box, can, and letter opener
  • 2 x screwdrivers, 1 flat head and 1 frame repair
  • Heads 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12 for nuts and bolts

The 18-in-1 pocket tool is also TSA-compliant for airplane transport, provided that if an agent asks you to remove the card from your wallet for inspection you don't shove it in his face yelling "Grrrrrrr!" as you hand it over. Get your tiger tool at 66% off retail value for a limited time from Dude Exclusives.

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