As a designer, I have an installation kit that I take along for installing client's homes. I am always looking for the latest and greatest compact tools because otherwise, my installation kit gets really heavy. I recently discovered the Kelvin.36 and love it. Seriously, who doesn't love a tool that can replace 36 items in your toolkit, right? And it is small enough to fit in a kitchen drawer if you just want a simple tool that can hammer, screw, measure, and open a wine bottle to name a few of its most desirable traits. I think I'm going to buy a few for Christmas gifts.
Mine is pink which I chose on purpose because I live in a house full of men and felt they might think twice before walking off with a hot pink tool!
I also like that this tool has a sharp blade that is hidden
when I did need it.
This might be the only way I can keep up with a tape measure! I keep saying that I'm going to invest in a box of two hundred tape measures with my logo on them but this might solve the problem.
Here are the many functions the Kelvin.36 can perform:
Screwdriver with 26 exchangeable bits
Isn't that cool?
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