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BigiDesign Ti EDC Wrench

With the right design, a single piece of gear can replace a whole box worth of tools. Cramming as much utility into as little pocket space as possible like that is the goal for many EDCers, so when BigiDesign makes a new pocket tool, people take notice. They've shown what they could do with their impossibly compact utility knife (the TPT) as well as their bit driver system (the BitBar), and now they're putting their spin on wrenches. The BigiDesign Ti EDC Wrench intuitively adjusts to take the place of 25 differently sized wrenches while riding comfortably in your pocket, just like your favorite EDC knife.

The Ti EDC Wrench isn't actually a new design, but rather, a modern reinvention of an antique adjustable wrench design. BigiDesign shrunk it down and added a pocket clip to make it more EDC friendly but kept its main screw-adjusting mechanism intact for an intuitive, easy-to-use experience. The hex spanner portion of the tool can be adjusted by turning the “screw” on the side, letting it latch onto 25 sizes of both standard and metric bolts. Once latched on, the tool's 3.85” length gives a full grip and ample torque for even the tougher jobs you might face. The Ti EDC Wrench measures 1” wide and only about a quarter inch thick, giving it a compact silhouette similar to a pocket knife. It comes with a sturdy pocket clip too, making it one of the easiest ways to EDC a wrench. Last but not least, the frame of the tool is built from grade 5 titanium for long lasting durability without weighing you down.

If you're still wasting precious pocket space on multiple wrench tools, the Ti EDC Wrench looks like a promising way to consolidate your kit. You can secure yours by backing the fully funded project at the link below.

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Maratac Peanut LED Flashlight

We talk about small flashlights a lot here on the site, and for good reason—they're arguably the best thing to add to your EDC to up your flashlight game. They're easy to carry, stay out of your way, but always up to the task the moment the sun goes down. And when it comes to flashlights tough enough to survive the rigors of your day, Maratac knows their stuff, no matter the size. With their manufacturing prowess and experience they've built their smallest, most powerful light yet, and the Peanut LED flashlight is ready to brighten up your day from the smallest of spaces.

With how small the Peanut is, it's a remarkable engineering feat to make the most of its compact space. Its 1.29” length is able to fit in a Cree XP-G2 S4 LED, a 70mAh 10180 battery, and a tailcap with a split ring. Said tailcap even thoughtfully integrates a design where the split ring sits flush with the base, letting the Peanut tailstand as a candle. And while the 10180 battery is uncommon, you can easily recharge it by swapping the light's LED head with one that has a built-in micro USB port (included with the kit), letting you top up when needed with a power bank or wall adapter.

Its power is anything but candlelike, however. The combination of its LED and battery allows a dual output of either 12 lumens for up to 6 hours, or an impressive 145 lumens for up to 25 minutes, controlled with a twisty mechanism. An orange peel reflector in its head creates a smooth, even beam, making the light ideal for general EDC tasks. The Peanut is also IPX7-rated against the elements, and with its stainless steel construction, it's a light that's sure to last.

With thoughtful design, robust construction, and surprising power from a light the size of an actual peanut Maratac's got the compact powerhouse to add to any EDC. Pick up the complete Peanut kit from the Amazon link below.

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The James Brand Mehlville Carabiner

When choosing gear to carry essentials as important as your keys, you want something that’s durable, lightweight, and above all, dependable. You might know The James Brand for making sleek knives with these very same qualities. With their new Mehlville carabiner, they're bringing what they do best to another staple in your EDC kit: your keychain. The Mehlville is a refreshing take on the standard carabiner with useful features and subtle design decisions that EDCers can appreciate.

The clip itself forms two compartments on the top and bottom of the carabiner so it’s easy to keep your gear organized. You’ll also find a stud opposite the gate that functions as a bottle opener. Both the gate pin and bottle opener stud are made from durable 304 stainless steel. The James Brand chose 6063 aluminum as the base material to keep the weight down while maintaining its strength. They’ve then anodized the surface to increase the scratch- and corrosion-resistance to help keep it look as good as it did from day one. Instead of using bent or molded metal, the Mehlville is actually machined from a solid block of aluminum. This process results not only in a sleek fit and finish, but also in a stronger tool overall without the seams or points of weakness you'd get from more common manufacturing methods.

If you’re looking for a stylish and sleek way to keep your keychain setup organized, the Mehlville is an excellent option from a trusted brand in the EDC community. You can add one to your key setup by picking one up at the link below!

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