A wearable multitool EDC shaped like a ring, so you can carry an entire toolkit on your finger

“It sort of looks like Green Lantern’s ring, and gives you all sorts of superpowers too.”

Meet the Tool Ring, a finger-worn EDC that can do everything from open bottles and boxes to tighten screws, and even sign documents while you’re at it. The uniquely shaped ring comes with space to dock various hex-shape bits, making it possibly the smallest toolkit in the world.

Designer: Vanik Piliguian of Carbn Design

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The Tool Ring is exactly the kind of product you get from someone like Vanik Piliguian, an Industrial Designer born in a family of jewelers. Made from titanium the ring acts as a holder for the Tool Ring’s ecosystem of hex-bits, which include a Philips-head screwdriver, a ballpoint pen, a box-cutter, and a flashlight. Independently, the ring sits comfortably on your finger and even has a unique appearance that is also capable of being used as a mini pry tool for opening lids.

The Tool Ring’s design is characterized by the three hexagonal slots integrated into its form. These slots allow you to slide in the Tool Ring’s hex-bits (although you can use other standard PH2 hex-bits too) and use the ring as an instrument of your choice. The top slot offers the most functionality, allowing you to do things like twist screws, point the flashlight, or even cut open boxes with a fair deal of dexterity.

The slots on the side are perfect for storing bits that aren’t in use, and the way they’re positioned aligns them up with your finger, so they don’t obstruct your hand’s movements. To ensure that the Tool Ring holds onto the bits securely while you use them, the slots come with rubber inserts, providing extra friction so the bits don’t slip off while in use.

The ring’s design brilliantly intersects the aesthetic appeal of jewelry and the functionality of multitools. Its titanium construction makes it reliably robust, and the edges of the ring are rounded off for added comfort, thanks to a round of machine tumbling to remove any burrs. It comes in a polished or a satin finish, and a bunch of anodized colors too – purple, blue, gold, and a personal favorite rainbow finish that just emphasizes the ring’s jewelry background. Talk about form, function, and fashion! You can either get the ring with a single hex bit (and pair it with your existing PH2 toolkit), or grab the entire set including the ring and 4 bits for an early bird price of $65. This includes the box-cutting knife bit, a ballpoint pen bit, and a water-resistant 10-lumen flashlight bit.

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