The E-one multi-tool stores a little in the opening compartment

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Multi-tools continue to pop up on Kickstarter at a rapid pace, which means that if someone wants to stand out, they have to do something different. Made in Hong Kong AntDesignThe E-one features a plug-in “auto door”.

Like many other screwdriver-capable multi-tools, the E-one doesn’t come with its own attachments. However, it does have a small spring-loaded door recessed into one side that holds one user-supplied quarter-inch nozzle (other nozzles can be carried separately).

This door is flush with the outside of the tool most of the time, but opens to reveal the bit when its release button is pushed back. The bit is then removed and placed into either of two magnetic bit holders – one on one end of the tool to allow for a screwdriver-style bit, and there’s also one on the underside of the tool for more spin.

Some of the E-one’s other features include a bottle opener, a lever, a nail file, a 4-inch ruler, and a removable pocket clip. It is offered in titanium and brass versions, weighing 40 and 57.6 grams, respectively. Both measure 91mm in length, 18mm in width and 9mm in thickness.

Along with the general case material, E-one buyers can choose between titanium, copper, or Timask (a titanium alloy that looks like Damascus steel) inserts.

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Assuming the E-one reaches production, a $59 deposit you’ll get the titanium version and $49 for the copper version. Planned retail prices are $99 and $79.

Its features are demonstrated in the video below.

E-one: An elegant EDC tool

Source: Kickstarter



The E-one multi-tool stores a little in the opening compartment

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