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Lever Gear Toolcard – 40 Tools in your Wallet

The Lever Gear Toolcard packs 40 tools into a one ounce, credit card-sized multitool. It fits in your wallet, or it can be your wallet. Either way, it’s always with you so you can get things done. The Toolcard is built for people who demand quality tools and like to be prepared to handle everyday tasks as they arise. It’s the perfect gift for gear lovers, designers, makers, hikers, homeowners, and anyone who likes cool tools. It’s Made in America, TSA compliant, and has a beautiful bead blast finish in silver or black. In short, it’s simply the best multitool you can fit in your wallet.

Lever Gear Toolcard – 40 Tools in your Wallet
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Brosig, Stefan
I haven't received any shipping info and no toolcard. I send you an email over your web-side. Thanks for answer. Stefan
Khaled Alkayed
Again, I have not received the Toolcard
Christina Kicki Roiha
Hi. I´m very pleased with my tool. However I lost the included "How to use it"- description. It vas small and nice to bring along. Can you sendme a copy by e-mail?
Anders johansson
I just got back from abroad and checked out my toolcards, so i know im a bit late to write you. However, they look really great but I only got 2 of the toolcards, 3 moneyclips and a smaller "james smith no 23 multitool" not the same as the other. I was supposed to get 3 toolcards of the same kind.
Khaled Alkayed
I have not received the Toolcard so far :(
I came in here to CTRL+F "refund" and only to find a guy who is literally crying about his toolcard when he doesn't even provide any evidence via pictures of video as I would do if I received a "defective" product. I received my toolcard after much delay and it looks, feels, works great. I've already got scratches on it via the money clip but that was very much expected, not sure why anyone else would think this would be something along the lines of sapphire glass. It is definitely prone to have scratches in the end through wear and tear. Whether or not I would say the blade is great, is unanswerable since I've only tested it on things that are prone to be cut, but I haven't tried it on anything else as of yet. Looking forward to the 2.0 card.
@Lilly you probably have to check BackerKit, for some reason they don't send out emails like they're supposed to
Uncle Lanky Frank
Got my Lever Gear toolcards last week! Man do they look sharp. I am glad I went with a mix of silver and black. Darth Vader colors! All the dudes in my family are getting one for Christmas this year. Way to deliver. Great idea, great execution. Solid product, great communication... everything I love and support about Kickstarter!
Lilly Tran
I haven't received any shipping info.
Kai Kee
Hi, I'm from Singapore. Received my black and sliver tool card. Very well built. Quality is top notch. Thanks.
When will Taiwan be able to receive it
Maarten Zum Vorde
Received the toolcards after much delay. But I am not disappointed, they are great. Good quality, looking great. Removing the clip takes some practice. I am happy. Thanks a lot! Looking forward to your next projects.
Tom Diffley
Finally received black Toolcard - great quality & better late than never
Mike Scully
@Kenneth Ng - We should be shipping all remaining KS orders out this week. Be on the lookout for a shipment email probably Thursday or Friday. -Mike
Kenneth Ng
Hey Mike, I still haven't gotten either of my toolcards or a shipping ID. Can you give me any information on whe my order will arrive?
Mike Scully
@AWW @Rob van Dongen - We're thrilled to hear you guys are enjoying your Toolcards. We will definitely keep our Kickstarter backers up to date on new products we launch. We also have a mailing list signup on our website for people who want to get updates and special deals. Thanks,
Rob van Dongen
When ever there is going to be a toolcard 2.0 , count me in. Im using it daily too :)great product
Just make sure we're the first to know when the ti or other gear come out! I haven't stopped using this thing. Only thing that "may" have made it better was an optional large capacity clip that could be switched out. Still, no complaints.
Mike Scully
@Lilly @Steven Dalessio - The black toolcards are in the final stage of processing at the vendor and we should receive them by Friday. I will be etching all weekend and sending them out as fast as we can next week. Sorry this is taking so long but we're almost there.
Lilly Tran
Any update for the Black Lever Gear Toolcard?
Greg Ferrell
Mike, Just received the replacement clip!! Thank you kindly!! Much appreciated! Keep up the great work!!
Steven Dalessio
Hi Mike, I still have not received my tool cards. Do you have an update.
Rob van Dongen
Mikey, i use the toolcard a lot. Very usefull. Thanks! Kind greetings from the Netherlands
Jeffrey P.
I've had my toolcard for a while now, and I've used it as a money clip since the day it arrived. I wanted to tell you how pleased I am with this project. As a money clip, it works very well. It even holds a large amount of bills folded in half simply by pushing the money under the flap. It's light in the pocket, but strong for the tasks for which it is intended. All in all it's great product, and you guys ran a great project.
Thank you.
Warach Pete Rasmeepaisarn
@Mike I didn't have any of shipping or email confirmation, please help.
Thanks, Mike!
Mike Scully
@AWW - Thanks. We're working on a titanium version with our current tooling. Hopefully the tools will be durable enough to move forward with it. We also have several ideas for some other EDC type gear but... we've been in discussions with a third party to collaborate on something much more badass. I'd love to say more but it's hush hush at this point.
On a more positive note, tell us about Toolcard 2.0!
I would love to take you up on that offer. My computer's glitched up and the link you posted before isn't working. I googled it but I couldn't find anything. How may I contact you?
So this makes even less sense really expected bare metal to be scratch resistant? Maybe they should have stonewashed them...but then people would probably complain about those scratches as well so i don't know. And this isn't really about you having problems with the card or simply not liking it, its about the way you chose to handle them and then its even more about your tone and choice of words. And I'm sorry but you can't say, "Im not an idiot consumer" immediately after saying you need to be told that metal is prone to scratching ...i really don't know what to think about that. My card has one "blemish" from the clip, but it was there before the treatment so its black now. It does sound like you received a defective unit and that sucks, but it does happen and its no big deal unless the company refuses to make it right, yet you made it a big deal before even giving the company a chance to make it right
Mike Scully
@Mary @Julio - The last batch of black cards are at the blasting facility and should ship to the Isonite vendor today or tomorrow. The Isonite vendor has a typical lead time of 7-10 days but I have asked them to expedite this order so hopefully I will get them late next week to laser etch over the weekend. The good news is I had them test some samples with the new blasting process and they look great. As I mentioned in the last update, the final backers who had to wait for this last batch of Toolcards will be getting a coupon to use in our store. Thanks for your patience. -Mike
Mike Scully
@Stelios - I see you haven't taken us up on our offer for a full refund including shipping. However, since you're still dismayed, we will refund your money and you can keep the Toolcard. Perhaps you can melt it down and sculpt it into something useful. -Mike
First of all I would have loved a black isonite tool card but due to delays I decided to get a 420 stainless steel one. Also when I got my tool card there was a scratch on it that was deep. Like one on a vinyl record. I'm pretty sure that wasn't supposed to be there. About the other small scratches, I personally wouldn't care about them if I had been told in advance that the finish was prone to them. I'm not an idiot consumer and don't feel obligated to absolutely love a product just because I bought it. If the product isn't good then people should know. If the product is good then people should also know. If there were just tiny scratches on the surface then I probably wouldn't have posted the comments. However, it was way more then just that. I'm guessing there isn't a deep scratch on your tool card and that the blade isn't chipped.
Well as I said, your original post did come across as bitter and a bit dramatic so thats kind of spot on. I was going to respond to you before Mike did because it even bugged me, and I can only imagine how many people they are dealing with that have the same attitude. Did you try contacting them privately before posting about the issues with your card? And it doesn't take much research to find out that while black isonite is quite tough it will still scratch just like any other finish or treatment so that not being to your liking is more of a personal problem
All I wanted to do at first was to bring it to their attention that my tool card was not how it was described. I didn't want a refund or anything. Then Mike called me a snarky yelp reviewer. The tool card is fully functional (except for the blade) but came with some circular dents and even a deep scratch. Now it's covered in tiny surface scrapes all over the place. I'm sure there are other people who feel this way.
You completely missed my point. If you got a bad card then take it up with them personally, getting upset about it and posting a useless "review" without giving them a chance to make it right is ridiculous. Some companies have entire divisions dedicated to quality control and they still mess up sometimes. I don't know for sure, but I believe at this point this is still a family business consisting of maybe five people and on top of that its brand new so expecting them to be perfect is unreasonable...and getting upset that they aren't is even more unreasonable. Expecting everything to go as planned(especially on KS) is unreasonable. And expecting a metal treatment to not show scratches when abraded by other metal is also unreasonable. I think the only thing tougher than black isonite is titanium nitride and even that still shows scratches. The way you presented your "review" sounds bitter, like you feel they did this intentionally or that you've tried resolving it quietly and they shut you down. And hey, what do I know, maybe they did, but you didn't say that. You just complained about mostly trivial shit while at the same time saying the card is functional
"We a committed to sending out only high quality products so we're not going to ship cards that don't meet our standards." " We won’t sacrifice quality just to get orders out the door."
I expected the blade not to be chipped. I received it chipped and did not cause any damage to the card while using it. don't think that's an unreasonable expectation. I thought they had some sort of quality control unit to make sure that they were only sending out their best tool cards. The only reason why I posted the comments was to let them know that I wasn't happy with it's appearance and of coarse the blade. I was also told that the card would barley show scratches and all I see on mine are scratches. He also said that he rejected 400 out of 1000 tool cards because they didn't meet their expectations. I don't have "unreasonable expectations" but I do expect what he had promised, only the best. Of coarse nothings perfect but I thought I would get something that was at least close. I'm sure that if you got my tool card you wouldn't be happy either.
If you received a bad card, which can happen, you should contact them and get it sorted and not just post some emotional "review" of an obviously defective unit. My card is absolutely perfect and actually exceeded my expectations so maybe this brand new small business just has a minor QC issue.....maybe you have unreasonable expectations...probably both. And if you're upset that you used your card and it now looks used I don't know what to tell you other than it's a tool, not a fashion piece. Hell their slogan is "Carry Tools, Not Toys"
What I mean is that your constantly talking about how great your product is and that you will ship only the best. The way you talked about the tool card made it sound as if it would be nearly perfect. You say stuff like "we rejected 400 out of the 100 blanks made because they didn't meet our standard". I'm just saying that when I received my tool card it didn't look as promised. The shear marks wouldn't be a problem if they weren't so noticeable. Also the picture of the tool card on your kickstarter page doesn't show any shear marks. So that means theirs at least one piece of machined metal in the world with out them. I also noticed that the blade is perfect and there are no circular dents on it's surface. My blade came chipped and dull and the surface was a mess. I thought I was getting the tool card in the picture not the one I got. If this tool card meets your standards then your standards must be extremely low.
Still nothing
Mike Scully
@Mary - The toolcards are at the vendor right now getting the new pre-QPQ blasting process applied. They should be shipping them to the QPQ vendor later this week and then it's a 7-10 day turn although I have asked them to expedite it. If it's not end of next week we should be shipping them out the following week. Sorry it's taking so long and thanks for your patience. The good news is, we had some samples tested with the new pre-blast and they look great! Also, we will be sending coupons to those (like you) who had to wait for the last batch of black cards. Best,
Any idea when the last batch will get mailed? I back for 2 and so far I haven't received anything (email or mail).
Mike Scully
@Stelios - Sorry to hear that your Toolcard isn't working out. We offer a 100% 60-day money back guarantee so if you want a refund, email us at and we will send you a prepaid shipping label to ship it back and will fully refund your order. For the rest of our backers and customers, we value your feedback - both positive remarks and constructive criticism. 1. If you have a particular concern about your Toolcard or if you genuinely want to help us improve our product, please message us directly or email us at and we follow up with you as appropriate. 2. If you feel like you would like to leave a public review to honestly discuss your positive and negative feedback on our product to help future customers make a decision, that's great too. We just ask that you be both informative and polite. We've received some great, respectful feedback in this comment section and we hear your concerns and are continually working to improve our product. We also really appreciate the overwhelmingly supportive comments we've received from so many of you. 3. If you are one of those people who just likes to bitch and complain on the internet because you're practicing your snarky writing style, or denigrating people on the internet gives you some twisted sense of satisfaction, or if you enjoy posting nit-picky crap like the fact that the inside of the stamped features have shear marks that are present on every stamped sheet metal part in the world, then please do us a favor and don't buy our products. We don't have the time or desire to deal with trolls and jerks. Just go back to writing scathing restaurant reviews on Yelp because the waiter didn't kiss your ass when he delivered your hamburger. Best,
I got my tool card back in June and fell in love with it instantly. When I first ordered the tool card I was just looking for something to fill my wallet with but, after using the money clip I decided to get rid of the wallet altogether. However, I noticed some flaws in my tool card. For example there are a couple small craters on the surface of the tool card. My guess is that the bead blasting caused this. Also the blade is very poorly sharpened and looks absolutely disgusting. The nail remover inside of the pry bar is lopsided in its design and the graphics are fading. The inside of the wrenches look terrible and above all that the money clip is absolutely destroying the surface of the tool card with scrapes. I was promised only the best , but instead got only the worst. Having said all that it is still quite functional so kudos to you on that part but I wish it just looked better.
Mike Scully
@Ethan - Thanks for the feedback. It's probably not that it's fading but sometimes the etching can appear a bit brighter or darker in places due to variances in the material or finish. It could also be that it's dirty or smudged in which case try cleaning it with dishsoap to see if that helps. If it's still an issue and looks bad, message me directly or email and we'll see what we can do.
@mike scully
I received the toolcard today!
The black finish looks good!
Though the white lettering is already fading in some places.
Mike Scully
@Justin - We love to hear it. Don't fix everything all at once or you'll run out of stuff to do.
Mike Scully
@Fearlessleader - We understand your concern. Kickstarter has been a learning experience for us and we couldn't have gotten this project off the ground without backers like you who supported our campaign and allowed us to complete the project. We weren't even aware of ToM when we started. For future projects we will take that into consideration and offer the best discounts we can on KS. Also note that the black Toolcards and personalization are not available on ToM so yes, if you are a ToM subscriber you could wait a bit, look for it on ToM and save a few bucks but you may not get the options you want. Thanks again for supporting our campaign and helping us to launch this product and company. -Mike
You know, finding these for sale at ToM for $22 makes me not too excited about backing any of your future projects. Why? I can just wait until they ship and buy a sure thing for less than the earliest pledge. Harrumph
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