seriously, if you are at the top of the ski slope, the last thing in your mind is to trek down to the pro shop to tweak a loose binding and yet, you won’t be lugging around basic ski or snowboard repair tools with you when you ski or snowboard, do you? the solution? the Click Carabiner Snowboard and Ski Binding Tool (officially, it is known as ‘Cl!ck Carabiner’) which has the snowboarding specific wrenches, screwdrivers, and even a bottle opener (well, maybe the bottle opener is not quite a ski or snowboard essential, but still…), all packed into a super handy carabiner form. derived from Click Carabiner’s skate carabiner tool, two models are available for seeing to your snow sports on-site repair needs: a Click Ski Carabiner and the Click Snowboard Carabiner.

unfortunately, you can’t have both sports specific features in one device, but heck, they are carabiners aren’t they? which means you can carry both or more without even noticing that they are there and best of all, whichever model you choose, it also does duty as, well, a carabiner for all your light looping and hooking needs. the Click Snowboard Carabiner features two Philips head screwdrivers and a large slot screwdriver for ski binding adjustment, while the Click Ski Carabiner has two Philips screwdriver, plus two Hex wrenches. in addition to the specific tools, both versions feature a bottle opener, as well as a patent-pending “Glove-On” technology for handling of the carabiners even with gloves on.

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the Click Carabiner Snowboard and Ski Binding Tool is currently on Kickstarter, seeking $50K for getting the awesome tool into production. you can help to make this product a reality by backing this project up from as little as $14. yes. 14 bucks for super early adopters. go check out the project’s campaign page to learn more about the different reward levels, but in the mean time, do check out a humorous pitch video to learn more about this awesome carabiner.

Published by Mike chua

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