EverRatchet: Ratcheting Keychain Multi-tool

The biggest problem with keychain multi-tools is finding one with the right balance between form and function. Small tools are easier to carry, but harder to use. Larger tools are quite the opposite. The EverRatchet from Gear Infusion hits just the right balance of size and functionality while adding something never before seen on a keychain multi-tool. The EverRatchet’s integrated bit driver has a unique ratcheting mechanism that makes quick fixes even faster.

The EverRatchet’s key feature works thanks to what Gear Infusion calls their “dynamic ratcheting beam.” Through some careful design and engineering, they’ve managed to create a system that holds the bit still under force but lets the tool rotate back to its starting position to get additional torque in use. In practice, it's not at all as complicated as it sounds. To tighten a screw, put the bit driver in the ratchet hole, and turn it back and forth like you would a normal ratchet. Loosening a screw is just a matter of flipping the tool over and rotating it in the other direction. In addition to the ratchet, you’ll find a fire flint, scraper, pry bar, measuring tool, and 7 wrenches of different sizes. The tool measures in at just under 2.5” in length — ideal for keychain or coin pocket carry.

Currently, the EverRatchet is tens of thousands of dollars over its funding goal. Pledges start at a reasonable $16 for a stainless steel tool and $21 for the titanium version, both of which include a #2 Philips Bit and Fire Flint to sweeten the deal. Hit the link below to see the tool in action and snag one for yourself.

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Uberleben Leicht Firestarter

Few people will deny that a fire starter is a handy tool to have, but they’re not always made for EDC. Long rods and awkward carrying cases make them easier to stash in a bag than in your pockets. But every now and then something comes along that won’t take up any pocket space at all. This time, that comes in the form of the Uberleben Leicht fire starter neck lanyard. It weighs next to nothing, but in an emergency situation it could be the most important tool in your carry.

If you’ve ever gone hiking you know that packing light is essential. The Leicht fire starter weighs only one ounce, leaving you with more weight to work with for the rest of your loadout. Plus, the lanyard itself is made from paracord, which has plenty of emergency and survival applications as well. It's threaded through a ferrocerium rod and ring scraper designed to work together to get sparks flying to start your fires. Whether you’re at high altitudes trekking through mountains or stuck in a rainstorm, you can count on the Leicht to light. With a lifespan of around 12,000 strikes, this isn’t a “one and done” kind of tool.

Even if your day to day is a little less adventurous, it’s always good to be prepared. Whether you're looking to add a firestarter to your EDC or want an ultralight backup, the Uberleben Leicht is a convenient option. Get one for your kit at the link below.

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Get Unique, Curated Gear for Less with Bespoke Post

When you think about it, no two EDCs are exactly alike. It's a beautiful thing. Having gear that's unique and perfectly fitting for your needs, style, and preferences is part of the fun of assembling a kit. And when it comes to finding unique, quality gear, Bespoke Post does it better than the rest. They assemble themed, curated boxes of gear and ship them directly to you each month at a sweet value. Whether you're looking for to upgrade your pockets, style, or other gear in your life, they've got something special just for you.

Chances are we care about our gear both in and out of our pockets. Bespoke Post boxes are all crafted with a specific theme for the different aspects of your day-to-day, ranging from EDC, travel gear, and outdoor equipment to the finer things in life, like cocktail and old-school shaving kits. They're the result of careful curation from small-batch brands and makers you might not know about, but definitely should.

They'll assign you an awesome box every month, and if you see a box of gear you like, you can get that one shipped to you as your monthly box. Your box will come with at least $70 worth of gear but only cost you $45 with your subscription. If none of the boxes catch your eye that month, you can simply opt to skip a delivery that month and check back for new gear the next month. This makes it easy to discover new gear, brands, and hobbies. You can even cancel at any time in case the boxes aren't quite your speed. Check out the boxes for yourself at the link below to make your EDC stand out from the rest.

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