Pocket knives are great, but sometimes you need a BIT more

NEWS – Sorry (not sorry) for the title pun. The Cache River (weird name right?) from James Brand is a multi-tool that puts three bits in a pocket-friendly form factor. Made from Anodized 6061 Aluminum, the Cache River features a magnetic bit socket on one end and a hollow handle and screw-off cap that holds a Phillips #2, Torx T6, and a Wiha Slotted 4.5 bits.

You may already be familiar with James Brand because they are popular with EDC fans due to their quality gear. This brand isn’t a stranger to The Gadgeteer, as we have reviewed the James Brand Chapter Knife, the James Brand Duval Knife, and the James Brand Benton Ballpoint Pen.

If you would like to add the Cache River to your EDC collection, you can head over to thejamesbrand.com where it’s available for $60.

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  2. Just three?
    Sheesh, a little more effort and the bits could have been double-sided and give you six. Even eight if you kept one loaded all the time.

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