Ringtool is designed to provide maximum functionality with minimal form. Manufactured in hardened and tempered stainless steel, it weighs about the same as ten pennies and is durable enough to last several lifetimes. It can be kept on a keyring for bike adjustments, assembling furniture, opening that ritual end-of-the-day-beer, and other miscellaneous daily needs. It’s easy to use too, much like the turning of a door key, between the thumb and bent forefinger. Ringtool was the product of designer Jonathan Sabutis of Reductivist‘s countless conversations and testing with cyclists, mechanics, architects, designers, and material experts.
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