Any new multitools are currently entering a crowded market. However, we’re confident that James Brand’s Cache River Tool will successfully hold its ground.
Admittedly, while there’s a lot of screwdrivers on the market, a good one seems hard to come by. And most of them can’t be carried around in our pockets, despite how often we may need a tool on-demand in order to deal with life’s daily challenges. It looks as though James Brand has taken these drawbacks into account, encouraging them to produce the new, elegant, and stylish Cache River Tool.
James Brand prides themselves on their ability to design and manufacture products that can be conveniently used in everyday life. If you’re someone who prefers to be hands-on, rather than waiting for other people to fix things, the Cache River Tool is a fantastic addition to your life.
The tool may look basic, but its innovative ability to stow any extra bits away within its cylindrical body makes it anything but. With an appearance that shows resemblance to a large pen, you’ll find the magnetic holder where you would imagine the nib to be.
With the tool, you’ll find a Wiha Slotted 4.5, Torx T6, and Phillips #2 bits, but you’ll only need to use one at a time. Luckily, you can store the remaining two within the aluminium body, which will easily screw open at your convenience.
Manufactured to the highest standards, the Cache River multitool has been created using a CNC-machine and aerospace-grade aluminium billet. It is then black-anodised to increase its toughness, despite its neat-looking frame.
We can’t think of another screwdriver that can be so easily slipped into a pocket. James Brand’s addition to the market weights just 36g, with a length of 9.9cm and a diameter of 0.53cm. If you’re not a fan of keeping the tool in your pocket, there is also a lanyard attachment point at the body’s base, increasing your transportation and carry options. Alternatively, you could hook it to a belt loop or keyring.
This tool is convenient, attractive, and a great addition to your portable toolbox. The Cache River Tool is now available on the James Brand website for just £65.