WTF 3.0 - Wrench That Fits - Titanium Prybar Multi-tool
Made famous on Kickstarter - A multi-tool to rule them all, Made of Grade 5 Titanium.
3.0 is a mix of pocket-ability from 1.0, and strength/design of 2.0 - Perfect?
WTF Wrench sizes (It works great on wing nuts too!)
Standard: 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 7/16", 1/2"
Metric: 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 11mm, 13mm
Prybar: Handy for so many things I could never name them all, so I'll just list what I used them for last week :D - Lottery Ticket Scratcher, Battery cover on remote, paint can, screw driver, cleaned my nails :D - Once this is on your keychain, you will be surprised how often you grab for your WTF :) Throw is on an MQR and it will be even handier.
Size: 2 5/8" x 7/8" and 1/8" thick
Weight: 0.3 oz
Colors: Stonewash, Gold, Bronze, Purple, Blue, Tactical Rainbow
*Please note the "stock photo" is the "Limited Laser Blue". There are no Laser engravings on any other WTF.
Material: Grade 5 Titanium (The good stuff)
Tactical Keychains LLC shall not be liable for any damages that may be incurred with the use of this product.
Ive been mainly using mine to open paint cans recently also works great for taking off coverplates in a pinch. I absolutely love the quality of this tool, its very well made and alot stronger than you'd expect <3
Convenient tool to have in your pocket, well made.
It‘s easy to carry around and usefull for so many things you couldn‘t think of befor. It Feed good in your hand and will stay on the keyring for a very long time.
I have been buying and using items from Tactical for a few years now, and being a machinist myself, i know quality products when i see them. The prybar multi tool is great for a wide range of items, from a field screwdriver to a beer top opener.
What a great concept this tool is. I've had it a couple weeks and already I've used it to clean my nails, open a couple boxes and add a nice asthetic to my keychain. At first I was a bit miffed because the another was a but more subtle in shade than I expected, but then I realized I was be a little girl cause when I showed my wife, she said, "it's a tool, not a manicure.". It's a tool; and a dang good one at that. Keep making stuff, Brad, your innovation and quality workmanship is what defines Made in America.