We here at Element.ly love the Spurcycle bell and their origami-esque Multi Pouch has definitely caught our interest in terms of their attention to detail. So when we heard that they’re working on a tool, we were eager to see what our fellow San Franciscan brothers, Nick and Clint Slon, had come up with.
Keeping in line with the firm’s philosophy of designing items to be lasting favorites among daily cyclists, Spurcycle’s Tool utilizes a compact titanium sliding t-driver precision-machined by Paragon Machine Works that allows users to choose between a T-shape or a L-shape.
The titanium driver is then matched with ten chrome-coated S2 steel bits (Hex 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, T10 Torx, T25, and Phillips #2) neatly holstered in its own pouch sewn in San Francisco with room to stow some money to pick up croissants from Arsicault.
The Tool is available for pre-order online for $69 and is expected to ship in December.