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Modular multi-tool lets you travel light when need be

Keyport is looking to raise funds on Kickstarter for its Anywhere Tools system
Keyport is looking to raise funds on Kickstarter for its Anywhere Tools system
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Multi-tool mid-module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
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Multi-tool mid-module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
Pocket clip module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
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Pocket clip module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
Moulti-tool module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
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Moulti-tool module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
Lanyard module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
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Lanyard module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
Charger cable module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
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Charger cable module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
Flashlight module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
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Flashlight module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
Pocket knife module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
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Pocket knife module for the Anywhere Tools multi-tool system
Keyport is looking to raise funds on Kickstarter for its Anywhere Tools system
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Keyport is looking to raise funds on Kickstarter for its Anywhere Tools system
The thinking behind the Anywhere Tools system from Nevada’s Keyport is that mutli-tool users should be able to carry as little or as much as they need
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The thinking behind the Anywhere Tools system from Nevada’s Keyport is that mutli-tool users should be able to carry as little or as much as they need

Multi-tool makers have gotten pretty good at squeezing all manner of implements into the one palm-sized device. But the thinking behind the Anywhere Tools system from Nevada's Keyport is that folks should be able to easily customize their kit as required, using a modular everyday carry setup to allow for easy swapping in and out of components.

By offering a multi-tool that can be customized relatively easily, Keyport is looking to offer everyday carry enthusiasts a more neatly packaged option than the bulky multi-tools they might typically keep clipped onto their pants. The Anywhere Tools system consists of a set of mid-modules than can be stacked on top of one another, plus a set of accessories that can be stacked on top of that core.

The mid-modules consist of a two-inch clip point pocket knife and a 10-in-one multi-tool. This includes both Philips and flathead screwdrivers, cord cutter, bottle opener, box opener, hex bit driver, wrenches and rulers.

The accessories, or outer modules, are where things get a little interesting. These include a USB-rechargeable 27-lumen mini-flashlight and a USB charger cable that can be fitted with connections for Micro-USB, Lightning and USB-C.

There is also a short lanyard attachment to make whipping out the tool easier, a pocket clip, and another multi-tool built specifically to add and remove modules that also includes a bottle opener and flathead screwdriver.

The thinking behind the Anywhere Tools system from Nevada’s Keyport is that mutli-tool users should be able to carry as little or as much as they need
The thinking behind the Anywhere Tools system from Nevada’s Keyport is that mutli-tool users should be able to carry as little or as much as they need

Keyport is looking to raise funds on Kickstarter for its Anywhere Tools system, where pledges start at US$18 for a setup that includes the multi-tool mid-module, multi-tool accessory, lanyard attachment and pocket clip. A pledge of $29 sees the knife module thrown in as well. The company plans to start shipping in September if everything goes to plan.

You can check out the promo video below.

Source: Kickstarter, Keyport

Anywhere Tools - The Ultimate Modular Everyday Carry System

1 comment
Paul Anthony
I couldn't help but notice that the Phillips screw driver was at an odd angle. This reminded me of why I am dissatisfied with most of these multitools that seem to end in injury when using them.