LONDON (PRWEB UK) 20 December 2017
We love tiny multi-tools. Not only are they incredibly handy in a pinch, they’re far more convenient than carrying a toolbox around everywhere. But still they all look pretty much as you’d expect – a sort of mashup of all their composite tools. And this is why we are so infatuated with the Puna from 3coil: not only is it a useful tool, it also looks cool.
Modelled after an assault rifle, this little device is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand or inside your wallet, but is packing a lot of heat. In total, there are 6 built-in functions – scalpel, standard screwdriver, micro screwdriver, bottle opener, keychain attachment and a helpful breakaway handle. It even comes with backup scalpel blades as well as flathead and Phillips driver attachments. If you’ve been holding out from carrying a multi-tool in your EDC on the basis of style, this beautiful (and at $29 reasonably priced) one might be just right for you.
In contrast to the the Puna, the Crane knife is simpler and more elegant in design. At just 52mm, it is the smallest folding scalpel blade in the world. Since keeping a blade sharp can be a real challenge (and depending on the knife can also require a lot of skill), this is why we love to use scalpel blades on a day-to-day basis. And, because a blunt knife is more dangerous than a sharp one, it is important to replace the blade with a razor sharp new one once it starts to show signs of dullness.
Whether you are an artist, architect, designer or just someone who likes opening boxes, the Crane knife is the smallest, simplest and sharpest knife you can carry.
The Puna and the Crane are both available to pre-order on Kickstarter now.