Wrex's wrench is more multi-er than most multitools
The name of Wrex’s Titanium Adjustable Pocket Wrench just about sums it up, bit it’s the details that make this stand out. After all, at $180, why would you use this instead of just stowing a regular adjustable wrench in your pocket?
The wrench part is adjusted by a thumb trigger: press it in and slide the ratcheted T-section out, release the trigger to lock. The range runs from 0.1 inches to 0.805 inches, or 2.54 – 20.447 mm. That’s enough for any bolt on your bike, although getting enough leverage with the short handle may make it tricky to get those wheel nuts off.
If you pop the T-section out all the way, you’ll get a sharp surprise — there’s a knife in there, which is removable for replacement and TSA compliance. Also in the body is a flat/Philips screwdriver bit and the ever-essential bottle opener. The whole thing dangles from a cord, making it the most manly necklace available.
the CNC-machined tool is made from titanium and stainless steel, and weighs in at a pocket (and neck) friendly 2.9 ounces (82g). Available May.
Wrex Titanium [Pocket Tool X via Uncrate]
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Fuente: Gadget Lab