Nite Ize Doohickey 6x Key Tool

Nite Ize Doohickey 6x Key Tool


The Nite Ize Doohickey 6x Key Tool provides six useful tools in a compact, easy to use design.


  • Secure Stainless Steel Construction
  • Travel And Airport Friendly
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Some tasks call for specific tools, others call for clever solutions. We created our DoohicKey 6x Key Tool to provide both, in an all-in-one, lightweight, compact, and portable size. Made of durable stainless steel and designed with a carabiner clip for easy attachment to almost any key ring, one end of the DoohicKey 6x Key Tool is engineered to work as a scraper, tape cutter, and scorer; the other end serves as a flat-head screwdriver and pry tool (perfect for opening paint cans). The outer edge is scored as a ruler in both inches and centimeters, the opposite edge features a bottle opener, and the interior is ridged to provide 3 wrench sizes. Best of all, the DoohicKey 6x Key Tool is airport friendly, so you can take it with you and keep it at hand wherever your travels take you.

  • Key-sized multi-tool, with a carabiner clip, that easily attaches to an existing key ring
  • Features the following tools: bottle opener, scraper/tape cutter/scorer, flat-head screwdriver, pry tool, ruler (inches and centimeters), and wrench (1/4" , 5/16" , and 3/8")
  • Size: 2.6" x 0.7" x 0.1"
  • Weight: 0.4oz


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