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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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BigiDesign Ti Click EDC Pen

If you've ever shopped around for a machined pen for EDC, you've probably noticed how most of them come in two sizes to accommodate different kinds of refills. It's an unfortunate tradeoff if you like the feel of the pen in hand, but don't like how it writes. BigiDesign's new Ti Click EDC pen is the exception: it's designed from the ground up to be the most refill-compatible clicky pen out there thanks to its expanding design. But it doesn't just shapeshift to fit your favorite refill, it's also packed with EDC-friendly features and unique parts that set it apart from the rest.

The Ti Click EDC achieves its multi-refill compatibility using one of BigiDesign's best innovations. The tip of the pen features an auto-adjusting collet that grabs onto refills the way the end of a power drill clamps around a bit. This feat of engineering secures the refill within the body so tightly it prevents any wiggle or play when you're writing for a smoother experience. The namesake titanium body also expands from a compact 4.64” to a comfortable and balanced 5.11” length depending on the refill you put inside. The shorter configuration accepts Parker-style ballpoint refills, while the longer accepts a standard rollerball or gel refill. In addition to the grip collet and expanding body, BigiDesign created their own super-smooth and nearly silent nock mechanism to extend to the refill. You’ll also find a sturdy titanium clip that sits deep in your pocket and some machined grooves around the grip section so you can get a better hold on the pen.

The new Ti Click EDC is available in machined raw, DLC-coated black, or stonewashed Grade-5 titanium. The folks at BigiDesign are no stranger to a Kickstarter launch, with over 20 successful projects and millions of dollars in backings over the past few years, so back with confidence. You can reserve one for yourself via the link below.

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BigiDesign TPT Slide

With pocket space at a premium, it’s important to get the most out of your multi-tool. Ideally, you want something that’s functional enough to be worth carrying, while still being easy to pocket and use. The TPT Slide, the next generation of BigiDesign's popular TPT multi-tool, is just that. It rides the line between minimalist and full-on multi-tool, with plenty of useful features that are sure to come in handy on a daily basis. This new and improved titanium pocket tool isn't just easier to use and carry, but it's even stronger and more durable, too.

First and foremost, the TPT Slide now features a sliding extension mechanism for the box opener/camp fork insert. The previous version featured a friction fit mechanism that took two hands to open. The Slide has a two position locking thumb stud that’s easy to operate with one hand, whether you’re a lefty or a righty. You’ll also find a sleek, removable pocket clip that makes the tool even easier to carry. BigiDesign also strengthened the jimping on the universal wrench set for a more secure grip. Lastly, the TPT Slide is machined from thicker grade 5 titanium plates for increased overall durability and rigidity. The TPT Slide also has the all of the other useful EDC features from the previous iteration including a flat head screwdriver, 1/4” hex bit driver, simple measurement cues, lanyard/keychain hole, and a scraper edge.

BigiDesign are no newcomers to the Kickstarter scene, with over 20 successful products launched on the platform. This project is already over 1000% funded, with pledges starting at $59 for a September 2018 deliver date. Check out the full list of features and snag one for yourself in your choice of Stonewashed or DLC Black titanium at the link below.

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BigiDesign Ti Arto EDC Pen

When a new product has “EDC” in the name, we tend to take notice. Especially when it’s from the folks at BigiDesign. They’re known for their streamlined pocket tools, and of course, pens. The Ti Arto EDC is an updated (and improved) version of their Ti Arto pen from last year that accepted over 200 different pen refills. This updated version is lighter weight, easier to use, and adjusts to the length of various refills with a simple twist.

The Ti Arto EDC takes into consideration the feedback that BigiDesign received on their last pen. The result is a simpler yet more functional version that seamlessly adapts to accept over 750 refills (yes, you read that right) without any play in the tip of the pen. The Arto EDC achieves this thanks to the clutch mechanism in the grip, coupled with the screw-to-adjust body that lengthens or shortens depending on how you twist it. When capped, the pen hovers between 4.4” and 5.2”, depending on the refill inside. It’s small enough to easily fit in your pocket and stays in there securely thanks to the deep pocket carry clip.

The pen is crafted from grade 5 titanium alloy and is available in three different finishes. You can pick one up in stonewashed titanium, midnight black, or raw machined titanium. BigiDesign launches their pens through Kickstarter with an excellent project history. The Ti Arto EDC currently has over $120,000 in funding, so back with confidence. No matter what your preferred refill in, the Ti Arto EDC has you covered.

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BigiDesign Ti Pocket Pro

When you think of your favorite pen, what do you like about it the most? It might be the design, but there's a good chance it's your go-to because of how well it writes. You can chalk up that smoothness to its ink cartridge. All too often, when you get an EDC pen, you're stuck with using the one cartridge it comes with. BigiDesign's new Ti Pocket Pro, on the other hand, offers a completely customizable experience. It seamlessly transforms to fit over 80 different ballpoint, gel, and rollerball refills, all while maintaining a pocket-friendly design.

The Ti Pocket Pro is BigiDesign's most compact pen yet, measuring in at just over 4” with a Parker-style refill and a little over a half inch longer with a standard rollerball. The Ti Pocket Pro stands out from the pack thanks to its small size and ability to accept over 80 of the most popular pen refills out there. The key is in its tip mechanism: it's almost like the adjustable clutch on the end of a drill. As you tighten the grip, the clutch clamps down onto your refill of choice. The best part? It gets a just-right fit for a secure, wiggle-free writing experience. On the pen there’s also a beefy, ridged grip section, a sturdy pocket clip, and of course, solid grade 5 titanium construction.

BigiDesign has an excellent track record with Kickstarters, so back with confidence. In fact, the Ti Pocket Pro is currently trending on Kickstarter with nearly 2000 backers and over $100k of funding. Make sure to check out the video at the Kickstarter link below to get a better idea of how this pen works.

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BigiDesign Bit Bar

For quick fixes on the go, it's a good idea to carry a pocket tool. Most come with a screwdriver of some sort built in, but when you go to use it, the design often feels like an afterthought. And to properly tackle all the different screws you'll encounter, you'd need to somehow carry a whole kit of loose bits. Instead, what if you could have a full-fledged screwdriver and no-compromise bit set that fits conveniently in your pocket? BigiDesign is back at it again on Kickstarter with their newest tool that does exactly that, called the Bit Bar.

Inside, the Bit Bar holds onto 8 different (standard 1/4” sized) bits that you can swap out depending on your needs. Each bit is held in place by a spring loaded magnet. You can push down on the Bit Bar to extend your bit collection, grab the one you need, then release to let the rest retract back into the handle. There’s also an included bit extender so you can get into those tight areas and hard-to-reach screws more easily.

What makes the Bit Bar unique is that it features a full-sized handle that’s easy to use, but it carries more like a pocket knife than it does a screwdriver. As if designing an excellent, functional tool wasn’t enough, BigiDesign have made their own custom three-position ratchet that works seamlessly with the Bit Bar.

The Bit Bar is available in black DLC-coated titanium, tumbled raw titanium, or a more affordable fiberglass-reinforced nylon. Pledges start at $59, and go up to $120. Hit the link below and check out the campaign and demo video for yourself.

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Big Idea Design Titanium Pocket Clip

Consolidating your EDC is always a good idea. It saves you space, it reduces the weight in your pockets, and it makes you think of even more ways to make your carry efficient. So here's a combination that does just that — ever thought to put a flashlight on your suspension hook?

The Titanium Pocket Clip (TPC) is the latest project from titanium technicians Big Idea Design out of Chicago, IL. It comes in grade 5 titanium, ideal for its weight-to-strength ratio so it's able to suspend even the heaviest of keychains. Every aspect of the TPC is designed to be useful, from its opening that doubles as a bottle opener to its inner hex-shaped hook that can drive hex bits. And of course there's the 22-lumen flashlight that uses 3 common 1.55v watch batteries to power its SMD2835 emitter for up to 40 hours of continuous use.

Here's a bright idea — pick up the TPC, stop digging around in your pockets for your keychain, and do more with less. There's plenty of time to back one for yourself in both plain and LED versions at the Kickstarter link below.

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TPT (Titanium Pocket Tool)

All too often, pocket multitools either try to do way too much or simply not enough to justify carrying one. There's the 25-in-1 tool without a single usable feature, or the overbuilt hunk of metal that only opens bottles. But BIGiDESIGN's new Kickstarter project, the Titanium Pocket Tool (TPT), shows plenty of promise. It balances size, functionality, and aesthetics often sacrificed for an exhausting list of features.

The TPT's small enough for keychain or coin pocket carry, yet big enough to give you a solid grip on it. Each tool packs in 15 wrench sizes, a bottle opener, a hex bit driver, and a flathead screwdriver/pry bar—all while maintaining excellent ergonomics. A hidden magnet in its central slot holds two types of inserts in place. You can configure the TPT with a double-sided, finger-safe box opener/camping fork or a standard utility blade.

Best of all, the TPT's grade 5 titanium construction allows it to stay small, rigid, and durable enough for daily use while carrying as slim as just a pair of house keys. See the Titanium Pocket Tool's unique design in action and pledge for your own on Kickstarter.

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