Kelvin Tools

kelvin.23 23-in-1 Multi-Tool Sample

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Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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3

good

9/8/2014 by Lee

No pliers - missing an essential. Otherwise quite terrific!

3

Buck

1/7/2014 by Margery

I bought this for a sock gift for my husbands Xmas present. He regifted it back to me. The hammer is a joke! It also should have a knife blade, and maybe needle nose pliers with it. It does have a lot of screw driver bits. Could have been more for the money.

3

Interesting, but not as easy to use as I had hoped

12/6/2013 by Philip

You know you are not going to be using this to build a house, but there are some problems with it. A minor issue, the hammer is not quite as accurate as one would hope, but is usable for doing simple things like hanging pictures (all you should be using it for).

However, my biggest complaint is that I cannot, for the life of me, get the bits out of the center in order to change them for the one in the screwdriver. I literally need a pair of needle nose pliers to grab the one I need and pull it out.

3

handy to have

6/30/2013 by Linda

good assortment of tools all in one place

2

Multi tool

7/20/2020 by Laura

I bought it but it did fulfill my needs so I returned it.

2

Its mostly a screwdriver

7/11/2016 by Stephen

with no pliar-like tool, it is limited. A nice screwdriver but the heads are hard to extract from the carrier when you wish to change.

2

Not so much a tool as a toy!

12/10/2015 by Frederic

This is not so much a tool as a toy. I have two multi-tool sets I bought at Walmart (of all places) that offer more bits and better handles for less money ($9.95 each to be exact). I use them regularly for everything from assembling furniture, to installing a cargo net in a car's cargo area. to making adjustments on my road bike. The Kelvin.23 is "cute". It will fit in your glove box. Just don't expect it to be of much use, if you ever need it.

2

Does not look as good...

9/30/2013 by Alberto

So first of all it works! is good but the problem is that right out of the box mine looked like used and abused, thats a disappointment! Its also a little bit bigger that what I imagined.

1

Waste of Money

6/22/2019 by Sandy

The directions on how to use this tool are completely worthless, I never did figure out how to get the flashlight to work and when I went to the website it was the same set of directions. I returned this item because I don’t need to pay $35 for a Phillips head screwdriver, a flat head screwdriver and a hammer.

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The Kelvin Tools Story

kelvin.23 - the urban super tool

A Go-To Tool

The idea for this Grommet came to entrepreneur Kevin Royes as he sorted through his toolbox, trying to find all the instruments needed to hang a picture in his apartment. Could he get rid of all this “stuff” and combine all the single-purpose tools—the hammer, tape measure, level, screwdriver—into one piece of equipment perfectly sized for the urban home? Yes, he could.

Kevin’s creation is the kelvin.23. Just about everyone, from a college kid to an elderly parent, could benefit from one of these snazzy little devices in their home, car, or boat. The kelvin.23 includes 23 essential tools in
one sleek, compact package. It’s perfect for routine household tasks like hanging a picture, unscrewing a battery cover, or putting together your latest ready-to-assemble furniture purchase.

The kelvin.23 is designed around a 16-bit screwdriver, which is tucked, army-knife style, into the handle. The screwdriver can stand straight or bend at 90 degrees for extra torque in hard-to-reach spaces. The shaft is also magnetic, so you can keep loose screws at hand while working. Add a built-in tape measure, liquid level, carbon steel hammer, and an LED flashlight, and you’ve got a multi-function tool that blows competitors out of the water. This ingenious little device really is a toolbox in the palm of your hand. And it’s much better than using a butter knife as a screwdriver or trying to hammer a nail with your stilettos!
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