Gear Infusion Ti EverRatchet Ratcheting Multi-Tool
Gear Infusion Ti EverRatchet Ratcheting Multi-Tool
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From the creator of the penny-sized keychain bottle opener, the Pry.Me, comes the EverRatchet. It gets its name from the dynamic ratcheting beam, which means you don't need to lift and reset the tool between each turn Read More

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michaelh73
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Jun 17, 2019
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How long does the shipping take after my order?
Jun 17, 2019
GearInfusion
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Jun 19, 2019
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Hi Michael, we got the goods out the door the day after the drop finished up and they were shipped from PA to NJ. I am sure it takes then a few days to sort the parts out prior to getting them out. I would follow up with customer service if/once it seems like there's an issue, they are an extremely helpful group. Hope it gets shipped out soon!
Jun 19, 2019
MJLavelle
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Jun 12, 2019
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These things are a perfect tool and well designed........to remove skin from your knuckles.
Jun 12, 2019
chenster55
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Jun 12, 2019
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how do you get seven wrenches out of this and what are the sizes?
Jun 12, 2019
TwitchySquirrel
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Jun 10, 2019
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Any chance you'll do a larger model of this titanium version. Just a little more utilitarian, handling wise?
Jun 10, 2019
GearInfusion
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Jun 10, 2019
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As of now we only have this size but that has been requested. It would have more static wrenches and of course the patent pending ratchet. Would you want the 1/4" ratchet or would you be looking for a bigger ratchet opening? Cheers!
Jun 10, 2019
TwitchySquirrel
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Jun 11, 2019
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I think the quarter inch just because of the number of bit drivers that come standard in 1/4." It would be nice to have an adapter to use other size ratcheting tools though. Just a thought.
Jun 11, 2019
Spokes30
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Mar 25, 2019
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As a materials engineer I am commenting on some of the comments here of titanium vs. stainless steel. In a simple pull test titanium per unit of weight is stronger than steel but steel is more durable against scratches, etc. In something that is going to get handled a lot I would prefer stainless way over titanium. A tool like this which needs durability at the contact points I would choose steel over titanium. It is for this reason that knife blades are not made out of titanium.
Mar 25, 2019
GearInfusion
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Jun 7, 2019
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Thanks for the background info Spokes! We do offer SS and Ti EverRatchet's but this drop is currently for the Ti version :)
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Jun 7, 2019
MJLavelle
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Jun 12, 2019
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True. Many titanium alloys are very brittle and not well suited to applications where it will be stressed at very small points, such as using it for a wrench of this size. It also can not be hardened to the same degree as steel. It is a great material for structural parts in an aircraft or spacecraft. Not so good as a wrench. Titanium nitride coatings on things like drill bits or screwdriver bits or cutting blades are very effective, but that is microns thick with a suitable base metal.
Jun 12, 2019
AUTigerFan
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Mar 22, 2019
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Will this pass through a TSA checkpoint? I realize gearinfusion.com says that, without the flint, the tools is TSA compliant. Just wondering about folks' real-world experiences.
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Mar 22, 2019
GearInfusion
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Mar 22, 2019
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Yes this is TSA compliant with the provided #2 bit or any other standard 1" bit. I have taken mine on about 10x flights attached to my car keys which go exposed in the security checkpoint trays. Additionally we have not gotten any feedback from the community who has had these since September 18'. I know you mentioned this, sorry just need to repeat it in my response: The tool is NOT TSA compliant if you are carrying the Flint2Go flint in the tool.
Mar 22, 2019
AUTigerFan
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Mar 22, 2019
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Thanks for sharing these experiences!
Mar 22, 2019
LMN1TJD131
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Mar 22, 2019
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Is weight savings the reason to go with Titanium versus stainless?
Mar 22, 2019
GearInfusion
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Mar 22, 2019
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-The difference is significant if you have one in each hand and compare the weight...that being said, both are extremely light, the stainless is 0.86 oz and the titanium is 0.57 oz. -The titanium will offer more robustness over the stainless because of the elevated material properties. -Some people prefer the more premium titanium material over the stainless just because it is a more unique material Hope this helps, Cheers!
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Mar 22, 2019
brainwave
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Mar 22, 2019
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What "Assembled in USA" ever means?? That it was made elsewhere and Phillips, fire flint & resin bands were added in US?
Mar 22, 2019
Steam
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Mar 29, 2019
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I agree, Do this in grade 5 and I'll buy another one, maybe 2. First I want to see how this one does. Thanks GearInfusion!
Mar 29, 2019
Steam
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Apr 29, 2019
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Addendum - This little tool is terrific. Extremely durable and the ratchet works flawlessly. A large Allen key extends the overall length to apply more torque. Love this little multi tool. Thanks!
Apr 29, 2019
MisterChristopher
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Mar 21, 2019
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I got this during its crowdfunding phase. The ratchet really works. It’s quite clever. Not sure the titanium adds anything functional (got the SS version too but gave it as a gift. ). Overall very pleased
Mar 21, 2019
LaserGuidedSock
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Mar 21, 2019
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damnit I JUST bought one of these last week off amazon oh well, maybe the 2 day shipping would have been worth it compared to $5 in savings but almost a month in shipping
Mar 21, 2019
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