- 23 Tools in One
- Magnetic Screwdriver Tip
- Built in Level
- Built in Tape Measure
- Built in Hammer
- Variety of Colors
- Great Gift Idea
- Built in Flash Light
- Hammer Feature might take getting some use to
- No Clip or Pouch to Store it to Belt
Having a handy pocket tool around the house that can be useful when you need it can be hard to come by at times. I think the Kelvin Tool steps up and fills that void with something creative that has 23 tools in 1 while making it compact as possible.
I was given an opportunity to review the Kelvin Tool and share what I found with all of you. All opinions are my own. It comes in Power Pink, Ninja Black, Sky Blue, Stellar Silver, and Terminator Chrome, and they are the exact same tool.
The tool feels durable, well made, and created to be a productive part of projects that you might have, or to keep in an emergency bag for the car or home. The screwdriver tip is magnetic, to secure a couple screws or to pick up one while you are working. It has a built in level, nothing defeats a project like a lop-sided picture. A built in tape measure rounds out some of the built in tools, and then it has accessories for almost every type of hex or regular screw. It does have a built in hammer feature in the corner, but I think you really need to have a steady aim, but it is still nice that it is there.
My overall impression is that this is a handy tool to have with you when you want something lightweight and easy to carry around to work on all the projects that you have. This would also make a great gift idea for those who might need something like this in their house. Check out the links above to get you one today, or for that loved one or friend.
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