When you take a picture of something, you can make it look longer and bigger than it actually is. Our staff has made use of this principle on numerous occasions while photographing our…tested products.
Don’t be fooled: the Vero Mini Fulcrum is tiny. But that doesn’t mean it’s not dead sexy.
The sleek pocket driver is knife designer Joseph Vero’s first go at a multi-tool. Simplicity belies beauty: its delicate geometry makes it a utile pry bar, even at its minute 3.5” length. There’s a chuck for a standard hex bit in the tip, and Vero sends five drivers along with it. Ingeniously, the bits fit in a recess in the pry bar’s handle, secured thereby rubber o-rings.
Quality comes from the design’s attention to detail. The titanium tool’s pocket clip attaches with a little star drive screw, so you can either use it or ditch it. And Vero uses bits engineered and machined by formidable German toolmaker Wiha. The Mini Fulcrum comes with three star-drive bits, plus a Phillips and flathead.
Customizability is the tool’s other calling card. You can mix and match different-colored parts of the modular tool to create your own aesthetic — from cute pink to dreamy blued gunmetal. Even the o-rings come in a variety of colors (sold separately).
The reasons for carrying a pocket screwdriver seem obvious: loose screws, so to speak, are everywhere (especially where I work). But why does anyone need a pry bar on hand? Leverage, baby: you’ll never look cooler opening a beer bottle than you will when you do it with the Vero Mini Fulcrum. To maximize entrancement over whoever you’re opening the bottle for, we recommend pairing the Mini Fulcrum with a tasteful wrist bangle, like an essential oils diffuser bracelet. Perhaps even go with a stunning watch that displays your alliance with the queer community.
Each Mini Fulcrum comes with a microfiber cloth for when you need to towel off afterward. Multiple variants are available for MSRP $95.
Learn more at Vero.com.