4 cool tools for your EDC tool box and 1 quirky travel accessory that you have to see to believe

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CROWDFUNDING NEWS – Today I have 4 Kickstarter campaigns for you that I think are worth checking out. Lately, there have been a lot of really cool items on Kickstarter, and the ones I have for you today look pledge-worthy. First up is the Symtik S1 Boost EDC Screwdriver.

What is it?

The Symtik S1 Boost is an all-in-one screwdriver/bit driver designed to hold 18 bits in its pocket-friendly form factor.

Why do I like it?

I like the Symtik S1 Boost because everything is built into the handle which holds 18 magnetic bits. But what I think is the most exciting feature of the Symtik S1 Boost EDC screwdriver is what Symtik calls the stowable force bar. This pull-out lever can give you three times the rotational force/torque when you need it and also allows you to get into tighter spots. Watch the video below to see how this feature works.

Where can I find more info?

The Symtik S1 Boost campaign ends on 11/16/23, and they have earned way past their funding goal of $3,643. You can pre-order a Symtik S1 Boost starting at $31. After the Symtik S1 Boost campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in January 2024. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

iMicro Q3 fingertip microscope

What is it?

The iMicro Q3 is a fingertip-sized microscope that you can use with your existing smartphone.

Why do I like it?

I like the iMicro Q3 because it has a super-resolution of 700nm and 1200x magnification. Check out the video below that shows it in action. It uses nano-suction to stick to the phone’s lens, and then a special app is used for proper placement and image capture. This looks like an amazing tool for fun and education. And it’s not even $40! This one is going to get my own personal pledge!

Where can I find more info?

The iMicro Q3 campaign ends on 12/16/23, and they have earned WAY past their modest funding goal of $9,929. You can pre-order an iMicro Q3 starting at $36. After the iMicro Q3 campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in April 2024. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

Levelmarker 2.0

What is it?

The Levelmarker 2.0 is a spirit level pen. What’s a spirit level? It’s a level that uses a liquid bubble to show a level surface. The Levelmarker attaches to the level to make it easy to mark a point for drilling.

Why do I like it?

I like the Levelmarker 2.0 because it makes it easy to mark spots on the wall to hang a picture, install a shelf, etc. Instead of waiting for another person to make the mark for you while you hold the level to the wall, you can do it yourself without putting the level down.

Where can I find more info?

The Levelmarker campaign ends on 11/23/23, and they have successfully met their funding goal of $803. You can pre-order a Levelmarker 2.0 starting at $14. After the Levelmarker 2.0 campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in July 2023. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

Titaner Tiroler Titanium Curve Measuring Ring

What is it?

Tiroler is a unique measuring device that is made of titanium.

Why do I like it?

I like the Tiroler measuring ring because it’s so unusual. It makes it easy to measure irregular shapes by rolling it over the object. I also like that you can wear it around your neck like a pendant so that you’ll always have a “ruler” whenever you need one. It can even sub as a fidget toy.

Where can I find more info?

The Tiroler campaign ends on 11/17/23, and they have more than met their funding goal of $3,327. You can pre-order a Tiroler starting at $58. After the Tiroler campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in December 2023. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

Mobile-Plate

What is it?

Mobile-Plate is a wearable table. Yeah, you read that right… It’s a table that you can wear. Yes, I told you that there was one quirky product on this list, and this is the one.

Why do I like it?

I like the Mobile-Plate because it has multiple use cases. A wearable table could be great during tailgating parties because it’s a hands-free way to hold your plate of food, and it has a slide-out cup holder! Another use case would be a wearable workstation for your laptop.

Where can I find more info?

The Mobile-Plate campaign ends on 12/16/23, and they have met their funding goal of $3,000. You can pre-order a Mobile-Plate starting at $69. After the Mobile-Plate campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in February 2024. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

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