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Conceived by Mininch — the guys who came up with the Tool Pen, Tool Pen Mini, and Wrenchit — Duoket this time isn’t a tool but is equally ingenious. Duoket is both a jacket and bag, switching between the two at a whim with nothing but a zip/unzip and making it easier to tackle chilly morning commutes without having to deal with carrying your jacket by hand in the evening. The jacket’s multitude of interior zippered pockets become the bag’s inner compartments so that everything stays right where it should be without having to reorganize ever time it transforms. As a bag it’s got both grab handles and a removable shoulder strap and as a jacket it’s got a concealed hood to shield you against rain and both adjustable cuffs and hem to tailor the fit. Available in five colors and several sizes.

Find it at Kickstarter – $120

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Gift Guides

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Wild Card

Some people are consistently harder to shop for than others. Maybe they’ve already got just about everything and don’t fit any specific stereotype. Hence the need for our 2016 Holiday Wild Card Gift Guide. There’s no pattern here, just randomness and cool stuff a wide range of personalities can appreciate. Some notables include a multitasking pan that can cook up a full meal simultaneously, a minimalist razor, a hoodie that should last well over a decade, a better bed for your furry pal, and a set of carbon fibre coasters to keep your table safe from scalding hot liquids.

  1. Master Pan – $35+

  2. Hone Razor – ~80+

  3. Aer Gym Duffel – $165

  4. Anker PowerCore+ USB-C – $60

  5. Cards Against Humanity – $20+

  6. Common Fibers CF Coasters – $50

  7. Bellroy Key Cover – $45+

  8. Fitbit Charge 2 – $150

  9. Concrete Desk Set – $50

  10. Mininch Tool Pen Mini – $80+

  11. Casper Dog Mattress – $125

  12. Dyson Supersonic – $110

  13. Heimplanet Monolith Dopp – $75

  14. Lamzac Fatboy – $60

  15. Flint & Tinder 10 Year Hoodie – $90

  16. Craighill Wave Money Clip – $44

  17. DropCatch Bottle Opener – $30+

  18. Matador Packable Daypack – $60

When you’re done with this one — and while you wait for the others — check out our OutdoorsFoodie, and Tech gift guides.




In the same way that their Tool Pens cycle through bits, Mininch’s WRENCHit cycles through interchangeable wrenches. The slim tool is made up of a SUS 420 stainless steel sleeve that holds up to five wrenches, each made of the same metal and engraved with their size and spec. To cycle through, pull out the bit in the tail end and push it smoothly into the front, in turn pushing the other four bits down a little. The ten available bits cover 15 functions, with one dedicated bottle opening bit as well as two allen wrench-equipped ones that also sport five spoke wrenches between them. Each also includes a pouch to stash and carry the tool along with all your extra bits.

Find it at Kickstarter – $30+


2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Everyday Carry

Staying prepared requires careful consideration of every item in your carry. And if yours (or that of a person you plan on gifting this season) is lacking, we’re full of suggestions in our 2015 Everyday Carry Holiday Gift Guide.  Also be sure to check out our other four themed gift guides here, which span various gift ideas across a range of prices.

1. KeySmart 2.0 – $16+ 9. Machine Era Machined Pen – $28
2. Mininch Tool Pen – $80+ 10. Survco Credit Card Axe – $23
3. Leatherman Tread – $165 11. Leatherman Skeletool CX – $67
4. Urban Armor Gear Case – $20+ 12. Cha-O-Ha EDC Card – $39
5. Anker PowerCore Jump Starter 400 – $100 13. Superesse Straps – $80 (code: GEARHUNGRY)
6. Machine Era Multi – $36 14. Aer Sling Bag – $50
7. A6 Memobottle 375ml – $25 15. Porter Key Knife Bottle Opener – $15
8. Recess Wallets – $75 to $150 16. Cigar Punch Cufflinks – $30

Mininch Tool Pen Mini

Hot on the heels of the Tool Pen comes the Mininch Tool Pen Mini, a brand new screwdriver that doesn’t simply use the same bits as the original. The aluminum Tool Pen Mini employs a similar Pop-A-Point design that lets you’d select bits like the push-up pencils of old, exposing their sizes and shapes through windows while cycling through. The 21 bits offered are of the smaller varieties used in eyeglasses, compact electronics, and the like, crafted with long slender tips for better reach. Fill the pen with 5 bits, affix the magnetic cap, then clip it to your pocket until called upon.

Find it at Kickstarter – $45+


Mininch Tool Pen

Never leave home without a set of screwdrivers? Whatever your reason, Mininch’s versatile Tool Pen might be worth a gander. Made of 6061 aluminum, the Tool Pen works like those push-up pencils of yesteryear, carrying 6 bits — one exposed and five within the pen body — that are sequentially accessed by pulling out the first and pushing it into the back. Each Tool Pen comes with a magnetic cap, 13 bits including a hex set in Imperial or Metric, and can be customized to your precise needs. Oh, and each bit has a marking icon on its side that shows through a window on the pen’s body, eliminating the need for any guessing when trying to finding the right bit.

Find it at Mininch – $60