With just a few days left to go, Narbeh Khoygani’s Kickstarter campaign for his patent pending multi-tool key known as MyKee has already raised over $100,000 of its original $2,000 goal.
MyKee, which is made in the USA, is a titanium constructed multiple purpose tool which fits on a key-chain. Roughly the size of an ordinary key, the compact tool offers an array of functionality ranging from cutting to opening bottles, wrenching to splitting, pushing to scratching and so on.
It can act as a screwdriver, a knife, a hex wrench, bottle opener, can opener, lid popper, staple remover, box opener, tag popper, carrot peeler, seal opener, pill splitter, letter opener and if one thinks long enough, surely more.
As for safety, its creators claim that the “semi-sharp blade is sharp enough to cut open a letter but not your skin!” In other words, the blade incorporated into the tool might be sharp enough to get the job done, but it’s not sharp enough to slice into your finger.
MyKee’s makers tout the new tool as the “most compact” multipurpose tool offering 18 functions in one.
The most compact 18-in-1 multipurpose tool that can change the way you do things every day!
Since the campaign first launched, there have been a number of updates and one of the latest is KeeBits — patent pending flat bits designed to work with MyKee. KeeBits, which offer enhanced functionality, are attached to the claw and lock into place.
Presently, interested parties can acquire a brushed titanium MyKee by pledging $20 or more to the product’s crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Those who pledge at least $48 will receive not one, but two brushed titanium versions of the new multi-tool and those who pledge $200 or more to the campaign will receive a total of 10 MyKees.