A lot of pocket tools end up bulky, ugly or not very useful. Or all three. The guys are Eighty Eighty Industry decided to do things a little differently.
They started with a plain slab of titanium and cut out hexagons for metric hex sizes from 8mm to 14mm. Then they cut away all the excess (save for a flathead on one end and a small lip for a bottle opener). And what they ended up with was the Delta 7, which is not only a pocket tool that weighs next to nothing, but one that looks unique and, frankly, cool as hell. It also has a pocket clip and a glass breaker built into one end.
This is the company's fourth Kickstarter and they've already met their goal and started the first steps of production. The campaign ends in just three days and is expected to ship in November. After that, you'll likely be hard-pressed to find this tool for less than its initial price of $58.