Modern version of the skeleton key from TAD Gear

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skeleton-keyYou’ve no doubt heard of skeleton keys. They were keys from many years ago that were made to open any lock regardless of the make or model. The TAD Gear Skeleton Key won’t open any lock, but it does have a skeleton engraved on it. 😉 It’s a titanium keychain tool that has a built in bottle cap lifter, flat screw driver tip, and a nail pry bar / puller. There are two versions of this key. One with a spanner wrench tip for strider folders (pocket knives) and one with an e-key to open electronic cover panels. It’s expensive at $100, but it might make a nice gift for the EDC fan on your Christmas list.

[Via The Awesomer]

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