A growing trend in the wallet world is the inclusion of an optional multi-tool being offered by brands. While wallet multi-tools are nothing new to the market, the trend of big brands like Dango and Ekster developing their own is, and something new and has a bunch of distinct advantages especially if you already own a wallet from the same brand.
This is down to the fact that these multi-tools are made and designed to be used in conjunction with the wallets they produce. For example, The Ekster Tool Card works seamlessly with both of Eksters top-selling wallets – Parliament and Senate. Let’s now dig into what the Ekster Tool Card can offer you.
The first thing to mention is just how compact and well-designed the Tool Card is. Coming in at just 0.2 x 4.5 x 8.5 cm the Tool Card is incredibly thin about the size of a standard credit/debit card. The multi-tool is also, in my opinion, one of the most attractive and aesthetically pleasing tools I’ve had the pleasure to use – it just looks good. The tools have been wonderfully arranged in a way that provides easy access, and somehow creates a beautiful object that’s both minimalist in size and design.
With any multi-tool durability is one of the most important aspects as you’ll most likely be putting it through some rigorous use. Ekster has done a great job of sourcing the correct material for the job opting for a premium 304 Stainless Steel with a rustic matte finish. This type of steel provides great durability while being resistant to corrosion, temperature, and impact damage. Below is a list of the different tools you can find on the Ekster Tool Card:
Features & Tools:
- 5-inch wrenches
- Flathead screwdriver
- SIM card pin
- Box Opener
- Bottle Opener
- Metric Ruler
- Inch Ruler
Overall, I was very happy with the way the Ekster Tool Card performed on a daily basis. It was lightweight, durable, and easy to use with all the available features providing an easy-to-use experience with little qualms of issues in use. Along with all this, the multi-tool is also compatible with TSA Guidelines which means you’ll have no issues with this tool making its way through airport security.
So if you’re in the search for a multi-tool device to add to your EDC and Wallet, and you already own an Ekster Wallet, this would be the perfect tool for you. And at a price tag of $39.00, the Ekster Tool Card actually comes in at a fairly affordable price compared to other multi-tools we’ve seen and used in the past – a win-win. For more information on the Tool Card by Ekster visit their official website using the link below.
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