These are made from 3/8 hex brass and are 3.5" long with a 5/8" full steel captured bearings. These are smaller diameter bearings than are traditionally used because I honestly like the ergonomics better. I tested a bunch of sizes and found these to fit my hands the best. The end has a hex hole to fit 1/4" drivers with a magnet. Price is $45 for one, $80 for two, and $110 for a set of three. Currently Sold Out.
The new SmocKey! Now available! This was inspired by the SkullKey but with my logo instead. Also a more functional bottle opener. The hex hole for tool inserts and a pry bar at the end. I plan to do these in limited runs and in different thicknesses and materials. These are .160" thick anodized titanium. Discontinued.
The BrewKey was designed with the minimalist in mind. I wanted a bottle opener that would be narrower and not as bulky on my keys. I also designed the tip to open the punch tabs now on many beer cans. Made from titanium and anodized a variety of different colors and finishes. Comes with a key ring and card of authenticity. I'm also looking into copper, semiconductor, damasteel, and timascus. Discontinued.
The SkullKey was my first attempt at a pocket tool / bottle opener. It was a fun project! It had two bottle openers, one on each side. A place to hold a #2 phillips bit and a hex hole to use the bit. Also a hand ground pry bar at the end. Made from titanium and anodized a variety of different colors. Came with a key ring and card of authenticity. Discontinued. I've seen them on Arizona Custom Knives for $100+.
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