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The Dog Tag Disguised As A Multi-tool

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Prometheus Design Werx has created their first one piece tool, and the footprint of the tool is one you’re already familiar with. Each standard issue dog tag tool from PDW includes a lot of the hardware you need to work on bikes (motorized and pedal powered), battery doors and beers. There’s a “universal” closed end wrench with both standard and metric hardware, a 1/4″ bit driver (you will have to add your own bit, but that’s easier than finding a drill), battery bay driver (for those pesky sights on your rifle) and one of the lowest profile bottle lifters on the market. All of these tools are packed into the aforementioned dog tag form factor and hung on a ball chain, which makes it hard to lose and easy to access.

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