Nite Ize Doohickey Key Tools

Nite Ize Doohickey Key Tools


The Nite Ize Doohickey Key Tool features a half-dozen tools that do everything from tighten bolts and screws to open a bottle of refreshment, all in a simple key tool that fits in the palm of your hand.


  • Secure Stainless Steel Construction
  • TSA Friendly
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 On one end of the DoohicKey is a sturdy carabiner clip, allowing you to attach keys to it, or attach the DoohicKey itself to any loop or ring. Opposite the clip is an etched ruler for on-the-spot measurements, and the carabiner opening is strategically shaped to function as a wrench. On the other end, the DoohicKey features a bottle opener, a flat head screwdriver, and a box cutter. With a streamlined, clever design that makes it easy to carry, attach, remove, and reattach, it's always as at-hand as it is handy.

  • Key-sized multi-tool that easily attaches to an existing key chain or strap
  • A variety of useful tools in a compact, easy to use design
  • Features the following tools: Box Cutter, Bottle Opener, Wrench (1/4" , 5/16" , and 3/8"), Ruler (inches and centimeters), and Flat Head Screw Driver
  • Size: 2.6" x 0.7" x 0.1"
  • Weight: 0.4oz
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Nite Ize Doohickey Key Tools KMT-11-R3 Doohickey Key Tool, Stainless Steel
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