Tiny 14-in-1 Titanium Key Multitool Is More Versatile Than A Swiss Army Knife

Most keys open locks… The KeyMaster opens endless possibilities.

Named after its key-shaped design, this hyper-versatile multitool sits on your keychain and can do everything from open a bottle to fix a bicycle. Made from titanium, the KeyMaster is a durable little monster-multitool that fits every conceivable tool into its unique design. It comes machined from Grade 5 Titanium, weighs a paltry 29 grams (1 ounce), and is durable enough to last multiple lifetimes.

Designer: EDC Monster

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Portable multitools are a dime a dozen, but none quite as well-designed as the KeyMaster. Its literal key-shaped design comes with a world of potential, and strings around your keychain or even around your neck like an ornament with a dog-tag-like appeal. A testament to how much usability you can actually cram into the shape and size of a key, the KeyMaster comes with 14 different types of tools that get you out of all kinds of fixes, whether it’s in the outdoors, at home, or in your garage.

The KeyMaster is a hyper-versatile, durable, compact, and lightweight multitool that easily replaces any other EDC you have.

Its two-part design, locked together by a hollow swiveling joint, touts as many as 14 different types of tools

Any multitool worth its salt needs to have a few standard tools, and the KeyMaster comfortably ticks those boxes. The titanium multitool comes with a nifty scalpel-holder built into its design that lets you mount any standard scalpel blade to it for effective cutting, piercing, whittling, slicing, and scraping. The scalpel blade folds into the KeyMaster’s design when not in use and folds out when you need a small yet effective knife. Moreover, the readily-available scalpel blade can easily be switched out for a new one after it gets dull, extending the KeyMaster’s overall longevity without worrying about sharpening blades. Want to cut through something a little more tough? The KeyMaster also packs a serrated edge for objects that require a little more elbow grease, allowing you to finely saw away at twigs and branches. The serrated edge also works remarkably well for scraping flint to start fires outdoors.

Multitools are also somewhat incomplete without bottle-openers and pry-bars, which is why it comes as no surprise that the KeyMaster has them too. The bottle opener brings a more everyday convenience to the KeyMaster, and the prybar also doubles as a box opener and a flat-head screwdriver. For smaller screws, the KeyMaster packs two more smaller flathead screwdrivers into its sizes, along with two small Philips-head drivers for good measure.

The KeyMaster’s swiveling design is the ‘key’ to its versatility. The two-part form factor allows it to integrate more tools and functionality into it, borrowing a page from the Swiss Army Knife. Quite like its inspiration, the KeyMaster also comes with a miniature scale of its own, with both metric as well as imperial measurements. Right below the imperial ruler is also another serrated surface that does the job of a file, helping you sand or file away at rough surfaces or remove unwanted burrs/irregularities.

Things get interesting with the KeyMaster’s built-in hex and spoke wrenches. Going above and beyond what your standard multitool gives you, the KeyMaster’s integrated wrench profiles help you assemble, disassemble, and repair objects around you. The hex wrenches come in 5 different sizes, and even let you mount S2 hex bits, working as a screwdriver. The spoke wrenches, on the other hand, are exceedingly useful for people with bicycles or motorcycles, allowing them to quickly tinker with and repair their vehicles in a moment of crisis. The hollow part of the KeyMaster’s swivel hinge also doubles as a wire bender, giving you a high-torque tool that lets you easily bend wires and narrow pipes.

Despite all its capabilities, the KeyMaster weighs just an ounce, thanks to some great design and engineering. Its compact form factor definitely wins my heart, coupled with a titanium build that’s not just extremely durable, but also waterproof, scratchproof, and corrosion-resistant. Measuring just 112mm long (4.4 inches) and 35mm across (1.3 inches), the KeyMaster ranks as one of the smaller multitools we’ve seen and can be carried in a multitude of ways. Moreover, ditch the scalpel blade and the thing is TSA-friendly too, meaning you can even carry it on flights. The KeyMaster comes with a sandblasted titanium finish, and starts at an extremely affordable $59, with free global shipping.

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