The simple design of the Infini-Key not only keeps your multiple keys handy, it allows you to isolate and remove any one of them without having to struggle with a stubborn split key ring. Just slide the key you need to the narrowed top - the neck of the Inifini-Key keeps your other keys from following - and unlock the simple carabiner clip to remove. The carabiner can also be used to attach the Infini-Key to a belt loop, backpack, or second key ring, keeping your keys secure and handy wherever you go. Holds more than a dozen keys easily and securely.
Good tweezers are a dime a dozen, but a great pair of tweezers is hard to find. Unlike conventional tweezers that are made by spot-welding two pieces of metal together, the Sliver Gripper is crafted from a single piece of spring-tempered stainless steel. The pointed tip is honed by hand so it’s unbelievably precise. The inventor, Uncle Bill, created the tweezers in his basement workshop. Today they’re manufactured in West Hartford, Conn., by a company that kept the Uncle Bill name to pay homage to his big little invention. One of Uncle Bill’s largest customers is the U.S. military — soldiers keep a pair with their dog tags. If the Sliver Gripper is good enough for use in the trenches, then you know it’s something you need to have in your first-aid kit… and in your makeup case, sewing bag and toolbox.
The reflector is orange-peeled to provide a smooth even beam. It's proprietary circuit design features reverse polarity protection and runs off one 10180 3.7V cell battery. Light provides 2 modes of use by twisting the backend (Low and High). A pressure sensitive switch allows adjustment of brightness.
Charging: Remove the head of the light. Replace with charges module, leaving battery installed. Plug in USB cord into charger module head. A red light will appear while charging and turn green once charge is complete.
Light weight, low magnetic signature and corrosion resistant link.
Helix-shaped brass wire with turned end-caps. Simply unscrew the knurled side to add or remove keys. A daily, tiny joy.