Screwpop Wishbone Wrench
If you had three wishes to dream up an ideal keychain tool, what would you wish for? For the clippable multi-tool masters at Screwpop, it’d be a just-right combination of everyday utility, a unique and easy-to-carry design, and an affordable price point. Their latest Kickstarter project, the Wishbone Wrench, is their shot at making those wishes come true.
Although it’s barely larger than a standard house key at 2.80” long and 0.7 oz in weight, the Wishbone Wrench packs plenty of the most commonly needed functions in an EDC: Phillips and flathead drivers, a multi-purpose prybar for scraping and opening boxes, a set of four wrenches, a universal bit driver, and a semi-serrated edge, just to name a few. And like all Screwpop offerings, the Wishbone Wrench is easily “clippable,” thanks to an integrated carabiner that doubles as a bottle opener. The production version of the wrench won’t be 3D printed as the prototype shown here suggests, though. Instead, it’ll be constructed from a durable 420 heat treated stainless steel in a natural or a black titanium nitride coated finish.
To sweeten the deal, pledging $10 or more to the Wishbone Wrench project gets you two free tools from the Screwpop line-up: the V1 Wrench, and one of our favorites, the Utility Knife 2.0. Back the project at the link below for a steal on this tool trio.