The EverRatchet clip keychain multitool multitool adds new features and functions to the EverRatchet family of products.
Gear Infusion, a company specialising in small, strong and useful everyday tools, has launched a new grade 5 titanium ratchet tool small enough to fit on your keychain but strong enough to handle any task you throw at it. The dynamic ratchet beam built into the EverRatchet Clip allows you to conquer large fixes in a fraction of the time since you never need to lift the tool off what you are working on. The dynamic ratchet was designed out of frustration from previous multitools on the market which required you to constantly lift and reposition the tool after a quarter turn making them impractical for large fixes or when working in limited visibility or space.
In addition to a ratchet, the EverRatchet Clip has seven wrenches, box opener, scraper, prybar and bottle opener, making it useful in almost any jam you could find yourself in. A pocket clip allows you to easily hook the tool on to your pants, bag or add to your keychain. The no pass channel on the pocket clip was designed to ensure the keyrings do not pass through it to give you an alternative way to carry the tool. The original EverRatchet was first launched as an Indiegogo campaign in June 2018, quickly surpassed its goals and has raised over $178,000 in funding and has shipped to more than 100 countries.
The EverRatchet Clip is made from grade 5 titanium and has a scratch-resistant glass and polymer applied finish to keep it looking fresh. During the Indiegogo campaign you can purchase one for $22 USD (40% off the future $37 USD MSRP). The EverRatchet Clip joins Gear Infusion’s growing line of products, which already offers two different types of bottle openers, made of Grade 5 Titanium, including the incredibly strong and tiny Pry.Me and the larger Brew Soldier, Slap Cap bottle opener game, multi-function Key Titan key carabiner and original EverRatchet tool.
Entrepreneur Brian Filko launched Gear Infusion in 2016, introducing his first product Pry.Me through a Kickstarter campaign that raised over $17,000, and tapping into a community of likeminded people who appreciate minimalism and utility. Filko doubled down on his vision after leaving his mechanical engineering job of 7 years to focus on his business full-time. He has since launched 6 crowdfunding campaigns all of which have shipped from on time to 1.5 weeks ahead of schedule.
Campaign Link: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/everratchet-clip-ratcheting-keychain-pocket-tool