The ProMediaGear Photographers Keychain Multi-Tool gives you two essential tools with a convenient way to carry it. One side has a 5/32" (4mm) Allen wrench that fits the most popular mounting screws and the other a basic flat-head screwdriver to tighten and loosen most slotted screws. Made of hardened and polished 540 stainless steel, the multi-tool will hold up to daily use and supply all the torque you need to secure your gear. Its 1" split ring can be used for your keys or to attach it to zipper pulls on bags. In a pinch, the screwdriver can be used to open boxes with ease or open a refreshing beverage at the end of the day.
- Two Essential Photographer's Tools
- 5/32" (4mm) Allen Wrench
- Flat-Head Screwdriver
- 1" Split Ring for Keys
ProMediaGear A13 Overview
ProMediaGear A13 Specs
|Material of Construction||Stainless Steel|
|Package Weight||0.05 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4 x 3 x 0.35"|
ProMediaGear A13 Reviews
Close but could be more useful
Most utility of the flat driver head is for the various connectors, hubs, plates, quick release devices, etc. Most of which require a width of roughly double the size provided in this item. A 25 cent coin works better than this for most things I tried. The B&H#VECOOLTOOL product has the right approach.
a little small for a truly useful tool but does in a pinch
Put it on my key ring to always have it with me.
Handy photographer's tool
I keep one attached to my gear bag and one to my tripod, one of those tools that comes in real handy.
This is a handy tool to have on hand if you can find it when needed. I have yet to find a place to carry it where I can find it and use it when needed. I don't like it as a key ring that I would ever carry in my pocket.
Not cheap but its job
Nice tool, always with me
A small well-built tool that I leave on my keyring. No more forgetting these two tools at home when I need to tighten/loosen items while on a shoot.
Handy tool for tightening mounting plates
My handy hex tool that i kept on my keyring for my Peak Design plates was confiscated at the courthouse since, i suppose it was too long and could be used as a weapon to tighten someone. This little tool is short and should pass through any airport/courthouse inspection. So long as the metal continues to prove sturdy, I'm all about it.
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