Fix-It Sticks were born in the world of cycling, but their use goes far beyond that. The goal: to develop a modular, fully customizable toolkit that ensures you only have to carry what you really need. The design involved here is not unlike the three-way tool, but it carries easier in your pocket and is able to get in to some even tighter places than its predecessor.
Currently undergoing a Kickstarter campaign which has already exceeded its funding limit with around 16 days to go, creator Brian Davis hopes to make this project one that includes several different bits so that you can “leave the workbench at home.” The pieces simply slide in to place and lock so that the T-arm gives you extra leverage in those tough spaces. Seriously, the only thing Fix-It Sticks probably couldn’t fix is Lance Armstrong’s reputation at this point.
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