By Ben Bowers
on 2.11.11

Some tasks call for delicate tools, others don’t. The PockeTweez ($25) was designed by construction industry veterans who worked around Oregon’s milling industry and admired the hand-crafted tweezers employees made from planer blade stock. Unlike your typical drug store variety, these tweezers were stout and sharp as hell, which made them great for removing splinters/silvers. The trouble was they weren’t very portable. Subsequently, the PockeTweez offers the best of both worlds. Each set is made from 416 stainless steel and locks-shut when not in use, making them a natural key ring addition — TSA be damned.

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