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I backed this project on kickstarter and have used it every day since i got it. I have so much to say toward the positive about it but keep it short. Get one. You wont regret it.
I bought one of these from the international warehouse. It took about two weeks to arrive, and was delivered yesterday. I really liked the entire "idea" of this tool, being a titanium ¼" hex drive pen. The only complaint I have about the design is when it's in the "T" or "L" shape, it's very unstable on the side-to-side left/right movement. The quality itself is very good. The price is steep given the small amount of titanium, and where it was made. Reasonably, this should be over $75.
My issue with it being made in China was it was very hard to determine that when no one mentioned it on YouTube, and nowhere on this website. Almost as if the manufacturer is ashamed, and is too cowardly to let us know. It's also true I wouldn't have bought it, because I already pay enough Communist taxes in this country. I don't want to be responsible for funding China's military, which they clearly intend to use against us. If you want to sell out and make your product with cheap child labor, there's always Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam (which poses very little threat to the US.) At least actual tool companies like Snap-On, Craftsman, Milwaukee, Estwing, and other older brands have the balls to tell me when they're stabbing American craftsman in the back.
Hey there Aaron! We in no way hide the fact that our company was founded in China. Now, we work with tons of folks all around the world. It's very much a global effort. And we absolutely do not and have never used 'cheap child labor.' You can read all about our story using the link below that takes you to the About Section on our website, guess you missed that section when you looked all around it. If you are this unhappy with your item, you're more than welcome to reach out to us at email@example.com and we can help you out with a return.
Our Story: https://bigidesign.com/pages/our-story
Received as a gift. The design is cool, and I’m sure it’s great for little house chores, but I mistakenly thought it could handle actual work, and the edges of the l-shape hole rolled upon first attempted use. I went out of my way to go get an Allen wrench instead, because I felt I’d break the tool. So for the strait position, it’s good, but for the L-shape or T-shape, not so much.
Great party till I start using it the first day to fix stuff. It just fits in the pocket not bulky and just the right size.