The Geekey Multi-Tool is an innovative, compact multi-tool like nothing seen before…it’s truly a work of art with engineering that combines everyday common tools into one sleek little punch that delivers endless capability. Geekey features many common tools that have been used for decades and proven essential for everyday fixes.
The Geekey is made from a single piece of 420 Stainless Steel. This means it has good strength, reasonable impact resistance and corrosion resistance.
The main feature of the Geekey is that it features over 16+ tool functions that each provide multiple uses. Its small size means that it can be carried around with you wherever you go.
There is a 3.2/3.3mm standard open spoke wrench that easily fits in between bike wheel spokes to rotate the spoke nipple. Also, a built-in pipe. There’s a 7/16 inch bowl with a mouthpiece exiting the small tip of the tool.
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A bottle opener is included so that you can open any stubborn cap in a pinch. There is a new patent-pending closed wrench where it has combined both Metric and Imperial sizes into one. The overall thickness is divided equally for the closed wrench allowing enough depth for adequate torque on hex bolts and nuts. The Imperial side fits 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, and 7/16 inch hex sizes. The Metric side fits M8 (13mm), M6 (10mm), M5 (8mm), M4 (7mm), M3.5 (6mm), and M2 (4mm) hex sizes (Note: 13mm also fits 1/2 inch). With this design approach, the parallel fit won’t destroy the hex head shape when tightening or loosening.
Another patent-pending addition is a new screwdriver tip that will fit a #2/3 Slotted, #2 Square Drive, #2/3 Phillips, and #2/3 Combinations (Phillips/Slotted or Phillips/Square) screw all in one bit. The unique geometry allows maximum occupancy in any one of these given screw types. This multi-fit bit was born to do the everyday small tasks quickly and conveniently on the most common screw styles on the planet.
I loved the addition of a scoring tip that can score, well pretty much anything. It is used for box cutting, plastic clamshell cutting, sealed foil bottle cap cutting, clear tape starter, pill-splitter, knot opener, staple puller, lotto ticket scratcher, pop can tab opener, air stem deflator, general scraper, etc.
An enclosed serrated edge is there to cut just about any small plastic line, twine, rope, thread, fishing line, lace, leather or paper – great for envelopes. The Geekey can open a standard metal paint can in multiple sizes. The geometry of the tip properly fits under the lid lip to pry the can open.
Geekey Multi-Tool Review
There’s a 30-degree corner slot and angled inner edge that provides a sharp wedge that will strip many various sizes of wire. If you can fit the wire through the hole, chances are you will be successful in removing the sheath. A standard ¼ inch hex pocket that will fit any desired bit. The pocket allows the user to apply high force while rotating the bit.
Geekey has a linear edge file that I use to file just about anything. It can file wood, metal, plastic, you name it. The file can smooth any edge in a pinch. The open spoke wrench can also perform as a wire bender. The open profile can fit a wire 3.23mm in diameter or smaller. If you can fit the wire in the opening, chances are you will be successful in achieving the desired tight bend.
A standard ¼ inch Open Wrench allows the user to freely move the wrench in desired positions while tightening or loosening a fastener. They also added a Protractor, a 1-inch Ruler, and a 3-centimetre Ruler. This versatile measuring tool allows the user to have a measurement device on hand for all those quick checks.
The driving tip can fit Pan Head, High-Profile Fillister Head, Flat Head, Binding Head, Oval Head, Hex Head, Round Head, Low-Profile Button Head, and Large Diameter Truss Head.
Lastly, there is a top centre hole to link to any desired modality such as a key chain or tether.
Overall, the Geekey Multi-Tool has something for everyone. This is a great addition to your keychain and gets me out of scrapes.
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