This $10 Snowflake Multi Tool Is Like Having a Full Toolkit Whenever You Need It

published Dec 29, 2020
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When you’re a DIYer, you’re only as good as the tools you have access to. Whether it’s tightening screws, loosening bolts, or cutting twine, having the right tool available when you need it means moving that home project to the finish line faster, which then means more time to marvel at your amazing handiwork.

On the flipside, nothing kills momentum on a DIY project like finding out you need a different type of screwdriver than the one you pulled out after 10 minutes of rummaging through all the loose items in your very full toolkit. Fortunately, the Desuccus 18-in-1 Snowflake Multi Tool has just about everything you might need to open your Amazon package or finally fix that loose kitchen cabinet knob on a whim–and it’s small enough to fit on a keychain.

The unique snowflake design is super cute and compact, but upon closer look, it’s surprisingly functional as well. Each point on the snowflake is actually a different type of screwdriver or wrench head. Even the negative space between points is intentionally designed as an outer hex wrench, bottle opener, or twine knife.

The 18-in-1 Snowflake Multi Tool retails for $9.99 on Amazon and is a total hit with reviewers, clocking in at 4.5 stars and more than 2,700 reviews. “I absolutely love how small this tool is and how it’s not too heavy connected to my keys chain. You never know when you need a tool,” one reviewer said. That’s because it’s made from stainless steel and only weighs 2.3 ounces, so it’s extremely portable in your purse, on your keychain, or even in your pocket. For anyone who loves camping or other outdoor activities, this is a great tool to bring along without adding any extra weight. And hey, even if you never end up needing any of the wrenches or screwdriver heads, you’ll always be hailed a hero for having a bottle opener on hand.