|Item Weight||0.32 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4 x 3.2 x 0.2 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Cha-O-Ha Design EDC Card Multi-Tool - Special Edition
|Price:||$78.17 & FREE Shipping|
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- Made out of S35VN Stainless Steel
- 23 Hex Wrenches - Metric and Imperial
- Screwdriver, Bottle Opener, and different size Wrenches are among some of the tools on this card!
- Fits in your wallet!
- Made in the USA
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A weapons grade multi-tool in your wallet! The Everyday Carry Card is a precision crafted multi-tool made out of the highest grade stainless blade steel available: S35VN.
Harder than titanium and half the price-S35VN is a very high quality blade steel that is designed to hold an edge, be corrosion resistant and have a large amount of inherent strength.
The EDC Card is designed to maximize ergonomics and leverage by utilizing finger and thumb grips to keep a tight hold comfortably. It is compact enough to fit in your wallet, yet there are 30+ functions built in to get you through whatever situation comes your way. Be it adjusting your bike seat, to fixing a cabinet.
Our EDC Cards are heat treated in a vacuum for uniformity, and cryogenically cooled to get the most strength this steel has to offer.
The EDC Card has 30+ functions: 23 hex wrenches, metric and imperial: - Closed Hex Drivers (2.5mm, 3.2mm, 4mm, 5mm, 1/4", 8mm, 10mm, 7/16", 13mm, 9/16", 16mm, 11/16") - Open Hex Drivers (3/16", 5.5mm, 1/4", 8mm, 10mm, 7/16", 13mm, 9/16", 16mm, 11/16", 19mm) - 1/4" hex driver with optional o-ring retention, designed to hold any 1/4" screw bit shank for unusual fixes. - 5 x 0.8mm flathead driver - #2 phillips driver - Bottle opener (open hex driver) - Lanyard Hole - Prybar with nail lifting slot - Tapered straight edge - 2" imperial ruler - 30mm metric ruler
The EDC Card is completely sourced and crafted in the USA.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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This is made out of one of the best knife steels in existence, S35VN. As soon as I saw this, I knew this was going to be a part of my EDC, expensive or no. A whole lot of comparable products on the market are made out of some mystery stainless of questionable toughness and durability, which works fine if you're just tightening up a loose nut here and there, but falls short on any more substantial tasks (not that I would try to use this for anything REALLY demanding, but still). Some of the nicer ones are made out of titanium, which has that great strength to weight ratio, but still isn't as practical as high end steels, at least in my opinion. (I'll take better mechanical specs and tank-like build quality over lightness any day).
Here are my overall thoughts on the design:
The indentations you see on the top are for your fingers when you are using this as a wrench -- there is one on the bottom for your thumb too. You can flip the card over or switch hands and these still work beautifully. These should be standard on anything designed like this: they're a great idea, and well implemented here.
As for the tools themselves, the wrenches are excellent, the prying corner is excellent (made better by the steel quality!), the 1/4" hex driver does what it's supposed to, and the rulers are nice to have since they are somewhat uncommon on most EDC gear. Everything else is rather unremarkable (not bad mind you, just not what I would use as my first choice). If you are using this to complement a swiss army knife, multitool, or both, you'll probably already have drivers and a bottle opener that function better than the ones on this thing, though they'll work in a pinch. Generally I try to avoid tool duplication in what I carry, but I don't think adding these other tools detracts from anything else on the card (or significantly adds to the weight/price/etc.), so I guess better to have them than not.
I don't actually carry this in my wallet. It's somewhere around 3mm thick and pretty hefty (for its size), so if you have anything that could be called a "minimalist wallet", you might want to think twice before adding this to it. Of course, it will fit normal bulky bi or tri-folds just great, so if that's what you have, you certainly can carry it in your wallet. (I would suggest care when inserting it and removing it if you're storing it in a card slot -- it can be tight, and this thing is a lot stronger than your wallet is!). I currently have it residing in a cargo pocket and I can't even feel that it's there.
As a last comment, the finish on this thing is excellent -- not slippery, but not rough either. It's kind of hard to explain in words how it feels, but it is really grippy without being uncomfortable in the least. I don't think I would change it even if I could.
EDIT: After carrying this for four days, I was quite dismayed to find a smattering of rust spots on the face of the tool in contact with the body-side of my shorts. It's been abnormally hot (so a small amount of sweat will have made contact with the tool), but this is four days we're talking about here, and this is premium steel. I'm going to buy some metal polish and attempt to buff the spots out. If they come out easily, I'll be somewhat appeased and return the rating to five stars (because by every other measure that's the rating this product deserves), but I still find this behavior disappointing for something that costs so much.
EDIT 2: After looking around on a few knife forums, the general consensus is that this behavior is not atypical for S35VN with non-smooth finishes (like sand-blasted) -- rougher surfaces have a larger surface area and lead to faster oxidation. For most of us, "stainless steel" gets equated with "does not rust... ever", which just isn't true. After using some Flitz Metal Polish on the affected surfaces, the small rust spots came right off and I've had no problems in the months since (metal polishes help prevent future oxidation as well).
I've also taken to just carrying the card around in a small Ziploc bag. Along with the extra layer of protection, I've found that having a Ziploc bag on me all the time proves to be useful in and of itself.
Would love to see more products (maybe a minimalist type wallet or something) from this company.