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Claw tiny multitool is smaller than a penny

Claw tiny multitool is smaller...
Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
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The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
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The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
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Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long
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The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long
Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
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Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
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Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool next to a bunch of small things
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Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool next to a bunch of small things
The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
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The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
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Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long and can be used as a flint striker
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The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long and can be used as a flint striker
Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
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Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool can remove staples
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Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool can remove staples
Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool can open tins
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Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool can open tins
The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
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The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
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Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long
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The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long
Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
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Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool
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Malboro & Kane’s tiny Claw multitool
The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
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The titanium Claw from Malboro & Kane is available now for US$29
Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
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Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw
The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long
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The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long
Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
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Malboro & Kane’s metallic Claw multitool is smaller than a penny
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Multitools come in all shapes and sizes these days, but few, if any, with the diminutive profile of the Claw. This tiny tool is less than an inch long but can be put to use in a variety of scenarios and carried around discreetly when not in use.

Malboro & Kane's metallic Claw measures 0.7 inches (18 mm) to be precise, making it smaller than a US penny and around the same size as a medical capsule.

Its primary function is opening bottles, and judging by its shape and the company's demo videos it appears perfectly equipped to do just that. But the Claw is indeed billed as a multitool, and its creators put forward a bunch of other applications where it might come in handy.

The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long
The Claw multitool measures just 0.7 inches long

Its lip could be put to use as a small flathead screwdriver or to open a tin of paint. It could be used to pry open a keyring, remove batteries and staples, play a scratch-off lottery game, open a box, or serve as a flint striker to start a fire.

To be fair, you could mount a similar argument for a rusty fork, although attaching one of those to your keychain might raise a few more eyebrows. The company does also point out that given the Claw's size, it could be slipped into a wallet or attached to a phone without creating too much pocket-bulge.

The titanium Claw is available for order now through Malboro & Kane's website and is priced at US$29. You can check out the pitch video below.

Source: Malboro & Kane

Claw - The World's Tiniest Multitool

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6 comments
Syberz
30$?!? Seriously?
f8lee
$30? Is that all? I await titanium for $99
Catweazle
I think I'll stick to my Swiss Army Knife.
ljaques
Nice, only $30 for a beer opener that goes with your keys, so you'll be sure to drink and drive. Smart, M&K! Saaaay, is this a test to determine just how much you can squeeze out of today's collidj gradutes?
navmed
Worth $5 at most, and that should still give them a healthy profit margin.
Dawn
I bought "the Claw" and it was useless. It's weak and tiny and has a dull blade. I could not get leverage to open a bottle cap. I couldn't turn a screw with it. I couldn't even open packages. I felt like I was in a MacGyver episode trying to open a bottle with nothing but a matchstick and my fingernails. It was a complete fail. And it took a month to receive it after I ordered it from Malboro & Kane's website. By the way, the company that owns "the Claw" and manufactures it is out of Shenzhen City China. That's right, it's not US-made and they are advertising on IndieGoGo and Kickstarter for your dollars to fund a Chinese-made gadget. And it is not even worth $1. When I complained to Malboro & Kane, they said I could package it up myself and pay over $14 US to return it to their plant in Shenzhen City, China. They recommended I pay extra for tracking as they could not guarantee that they would receive it. $14 to return a useless gadget I paid $19 for. No thanks. Next time I will wait for reviews of a gadget to come out before I purchase - and I will never purchase from a Chinese firm again. What a headache!