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ATOM: A Tool of Multipurpose

No one debates the usefulness of a great multitool, but bulk can often prohibit comfortable everyday carry. Enter ATOM: A Tool of Multipurpose ($10), the key-shaped multitool made for pocket carry. It has just about everything you look for in a small tool: hex wrenches, a pry bar, a bottle opener, screwdrivers, files, a ripping tool, rulers, and a protractor. Heat-treated stainless steel construction means it will hold up to whatever you put it through, TSA compliance allows you to bring it on a plane, and its design lets you add it to your keychain. What more could you want? (Also available in black.)

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    Trying to maximize the versatility of your pocket contents while maintaining a slim profile can be challenging. Stat EDC Multitools ($70-$110) are here to help. Available in four different models, each tool offers the ability to cut, measure, and pry, while keeping a low profile and offering a hole at one end for attaching to a keychain to clip. Made from knife-grade stainless steel and finished with a military-grade anticorrosive ceramic coating, they're ready for any job you throw at them.

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