iNA minimalist titanium containers review

CROWDFUNDING REVIEW – Small metal vials are a convenient way to store small items such as medication, matches, dollar bills, and more. If you like titanium, look no further than iNA minimalist titanium containers which are currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.

What is it?

iNA minimalist titanium containers are small vials made of food safe grade 5 titanium.

Design and features

The iNA storage containers are available in the 4 sizes that you see above. I’ve placed a quarter next to the vials to give you an idea of their size.

Each vial has a perfect satin finish that is smooth and doesn’t attract fingerprints or smudges. They are also corrosive resistant.

These storage containers have been expertly machined so that you can’t feel or even see the seam between the two parts of the container.

The top and bottom of each container are threaded and the top section has an adjustable braided cord loop.

The bottom section has an O-ring to keep the interior waterproof.

What I like

  • Well made
  • Waterproof
  • 4 sizes

What I’d change

  • Individual containers are expensive

Final thoughts

The iNA minimalist titanium containers are a simple product that is well made and attractive. If you add one of these containers to your EDC, you’ll be able to use them for years to come.

Where can I find more info?

The iNA campaign ends on 8/12/19 they are working towards their funding goal of $2,245. You can pre-order an iNA titanium container starting at 49€ ($55). After the iNA campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in September 2019. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

Source: The sample for this review was provided by Aokimade.

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  2. I carry a similar small container made of stainless steel that holds three aspirin tablets perfectly. My brother-in-law, a doctor, carries one and said everybody should carry one on their key chain to use in an emergency for somebody suspected of having a heart attack. Just remember to put new aspirin tablets in about once a year.

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