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Quickey Multi-tool Opens Everything But Doors

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You’d think with all the knives we have lying around we wouldn’t have to use our keys for anything other than opening doors. And yet, we still using them for cutting random threads, opening boxes and attempting to free our latest purchases from their clamshell confines. No one should be using an actual key for any of those things, which is where the Quickey comes in. The die cast and polished 304 stainless Quickey has just about everything you’d need a large, cumbersome multi-tool for, but it fits on your your keys. Filing your nails, scoring papers or clamshell packaging, sawing through cords, opening bottles and even tightening #2 flat head screws can all be taken care of with the Quickey. It also removes staples, splits pills, cuts coupons, opens letters and won’t leave you in the advanced screening at the airport. Oh yeah, and it comes in a skull, too.

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Every tactical gear manufacturer offers something in the way of a tactical pen, but they’re not all as robust as the TriTac from StatGear. It’s engineered from aircraft grade aluminum with an ergonomic grip and bolt action pen lever, and the included Fisher Space Pen ink can write in all types of conditions, from a light drizzle to a stint in space. Obviously, no tactical pen is complete without a carbide window punch, but the TriTac goes above and beyond, adding a 440C stainless steel, razor sharp blade.

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