Keychain Tool EDC Kit

Want more robust versions of Swiss Army Knife tools while still being able to carry them around with you every day? You don’t have to be MacGyver to appreciate this Keychain Tool EDC Kit. It has just about everything you might need but fits easily, stealthily, and lightly on your keychain. And at just $22, it’s more of a steal than a deal. Let’s face it, sometimes pocket knife tools just don’t cut it, but this EDC kit’s Phillips and flat head screwdrivers are as robust as the ones in your toolbox. An LED flashlight, bottle opener, cash stash, and multi-hex wrench are also some of the tools you don’t want to find yourself without.
Buy From Gentlemen’s Hardware / $22
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