Here’s a multi-tool, called Tacticlip, designed with ladies in mind, or maybe just about anyone who have bangs to hold up. It is a hair clip that packs no less than 6 tools, or 7, if you include holding up your hair. It is not the first, though. We saw one a few years ago, but this has slightly different functionality and it is a lot cheaper. But more on that later.
At its core, it serves to keep your beautiful hair from looking messy, and/or getting in the way of your vision, but in the event of an emergency like, for example, your Amazon package made a surprise arrival, you can whip it out and unbox it without venturing elsewhere to grab a box cutter or other sharp object. I would use a reasonably sharp pebble lying around the front yard if there are any, but yeah, a hair clip that cuts would do too. I mean, it is on your hair, isn’t it?
Aside from cutting with its raptor claw pointed tip, it has a 1 1/4” ruler, a mini screwdriver, wire stripper, a serrated edge and a wick holder, so if you ever need a flame going, it can do too. It has a keychain hole too for times when your hair need no holding up and you still want to keep it with you. But really, it is a clip. You can clip it to virtually anywhere. Your sleeve, your backpack, your pocket, or wherever which you can easy access to.
Let me tell you this, though; it is on the hair where it is most effective. Why? Well, in the event you get captured, your captor will never suspect a handy tool is right on your hair. And when the opportunity comes, you can use it to cut through cable tie, deal damage to your nemesis, or maybe even defuse an IED. Nah. Just kidding. Don’t do that. That thing is best left to the pros.
But it sure have myriad of other uses, including as a flint blade and it can serve as a money clip, or if you want, as a bookmark too. Pretty nifty. And as mentioned earlier, it is totally affordable too – if you grab it off Kickstarter where you can pre-order a pack of four Tacticlips for 15 bucks. Continue reading to find a very intriguing pitch video.
Images courtesy of Tacticlip.
Submitted via TIP US Page.