A faithful pocket Titanium sidekick, the Fidelis Tool

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Fidelis Tool

Oh pocket mini tools how do I love thee, let me count the ways. Ok so I may or may not be that bad when it comes to these things, but I have to say I do love a good pocket mini tool. With that in mind I have come across the Fidelis Tool, a Kickstarter project from Jeff Morin. If that name sounds familiar, it should be as we have done reviews and newsies on several of his projects before. The Fidelis Tool is a Titanium multi-tool with 11 plus uses. The 11 function listed on the Kickstarter page are:

  • Bottle opener
  • Belt cutter
  • Wire stripper
  • Hex wrenches
  • Can opener
  • Nail puller
  • Key chain hole
  • Ruler
  • Saw blade
  • Scraper
  • Belt loop hanger

This tool is not unlike similar tools of this type with the main exception that it is made of light weight Titanium for a high quality product. The Fidelis Tool is available in a Titanium and Stainless steel versions, a pledge of $38 will get you the Titanium version. The Fidelis Tool is seeking funding until December 10, 2014 and if successfully funded will ship in the February 2015 time frame.

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  • Norm November 10, 2014, 5:38 pm

    I’ve bought kickstarted things from this guy before. Quality was poor and he never made good on his promise to send replacements.

  • Trace November 11, 2014, 7:05 am

    Key chain hole and belt loop hanger, are those really “functions”?

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