Mininch 16-Bit Tool Pen
Mininch 16-Bit Tool Pen
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Mininch has been creating award-winning tools and accessories for nearly a decade. The 16-bit tool pen is the company’s latest handy gadget Read More

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ChrisGold
13
Nov 3, 2020
this could be the perfect tool for your girlfriend to buy you, unfortunately then you would have to keep it.
Marrz
41
Oct 28, 2020
I like the idea. My BMW motorcycle has a series of strange torx bits and I like the idea I can use this as a caddy. As the handle is also Hex, Presumably, you can put a wrench of socket on the Pen for added leverage too
Harper89
34
Oct 27, 2020
Anyone have the overall length on this? TSA allows tools on a plane if they are under 7 inch total length when assembled. This would be useful as a travel tool if it's under 7".
RayF
24777
Oct 27, 2020
I doubt if TSA would go for it; still too much risk: "Take this plane to Cuba or we unscrew the wings!"
RayF
24777
Aug 17, 2020
Was all set to go for it but then I watched the video and realized it's a girls tool!!! No way I'm carrying that around. I prefer manly-man tools!
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penguinairlines
90
Aug 14, 2020
Hmm... It's about as big as my 6-slot autoloader with its mini bits (which offers more torque and faster bit switching), which I have to say I'm shocked that this is a pen screwdriver using full size bits. May be for some but not for me, but if I could solicit my opinion I would like to see a mini bit version, especially if it could also be an autoloader. My plastic Triplett one is still hanging in there and goes everywhere with me, but I'd love to buy an aluminum one that I feel could last my lifetime.
kangster
85
Aug 11, 2020
its a neat little tool but be careful as this offers little leverage. Unlike the advertisement you can't really torque bike and skate screws as hard as you'd think. An L-shape tool is required to have enough leverage for the bike cable clamp and the skate trunks, unless you are arnold schwarznegger in his 20's
bubububruiser
8
Aug 10, 2020
Man way too many advertising people involved in their video. It's a neat little tool, point out its points and you're done.
PZev
70
Aug 9, 2020
It's $35 on the Wallpaper Store's website right now just so you guys know. The handle only holds 6 bits as well. Mininch has some other nice screwdrivers too so I'd check other stuff out before buying. I like the product, but there are others my Mininch that I like more lol
PZev
70
Oct 12, 2020
Well I got the Spinner-Drive, not the Pen version. It's just a bit larger is all. It comes with a carrying case, but for the purpose of pocket carry, which is the point of the Pen version, then 3D printing a case makes it pocket-sized. If your largest priority is having it pocket-sized, and you don't have a 3D printer or don't want to bother with that idea, then I don't think this isn't a bad tool. You would just have to decide which bits you might need the least.
Phlooke
176
Nov 1, 2020
You should check out the leather pocket bit holder where it's little squares with a slit in the top to fit a bit or two In each slit.
j4m35
28
Jul 14, 2019
I have seen Mininch products for a while and wanted to try one. Now I see this when I will not receive a check until the next month. Bummer.
zNot4S
2
Jul 11, 2019
I think they look middling, between not being real tools and not gonna go on a shelf... aka money grabs. a big 50 at that, almost in the realm of ebay/amazon frauds and the sad takeover of the internet by big institutions and criminal syndicates. Do wonder what world that hottie in the video is living in, seems real nice. Anyways, it would be nice to use 3 or 4 of em as bit organizers but as a tool for that price I say back to the drawing boards. In the end, I am not unhappy that massD is including such things because it could be a novelty to some. just never know.
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Phlooke
176
Aug 9, 2020
Agreed, maybe add a half inch in diameter, put a Abec-12 bearing on top and then this would be a nice tool reminiscent of those pencils we had back in the day where you could pull out the bottom peice and then place it back up top and push down. Like the idea for sure, but for $50 you can get a nice aluminum or SS tool with a set of weha bits and a anodized bearing up top.
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