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Talon – Ultra Lightweight Pocket Tool For Everyday Carry

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Discovered on 2016-10-18

The Talon is a pocket multitool that packs 17 tools + a swag of features. Made from an advanced composite material that is normally used in the aerospace and military application, it is 40% lighter than titanium and has the strength of die cast metal that won’t scratch your latest phone or tablet. Designed and made in Melbourne, Australia, the Talon is unlike any other multitool on the market. The internal storage compartment allows you to pick and choose the tools you might need for your next outing. It includes 17 tools that feature metric and imperial wrenches and rulers, box cutter, bottle opener and comes standard with Phillips and flat head hex drives. The Talon pushes the limits of material technology and functionality. The patent pending design is only possible through the use of the advanced composite material. Composed mostly of glass this super strong material enables the dual purpose storage compartment to function as a socket.

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Material :
composite material made up of glass and polymer.
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Made in :
Melbourne, Australia
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