Saturday, April 24, 2010

More Titanium Wroaches!

Happy Weekend again Folks!

I have the remaining plain stonewashed Titanium Wroaches finished. These handy little pocket tools feature a prytip with wire stripper notch, flat screwdriver, bottle opener, acetylene B tank wrench, 5/16 bit holder, 1/4 bit holder and oxygen wrench which doubles as a lanyard opening. Stout rubber O-rings provide a comfortable grip. Overall length is 3.5".

Wroaches are $75 plus shipping. This is a very small batch, about 30 pieces, so one per customer please, thanks.

Overseas customers: Please note, Priority Mail International shipments may be slow to arrive and there is no actual tracking available. I provide that option for folks who understandably do not want to pay the high rate for Express Mail. For this sale however I'll also give the option for 3-5 day delivery via Express Mail International. Note: latest mail delivery times seem to be pretty much back to normal.

Sold out, thank you folks!

27 comments:

Heath said...

Very nice!

I've been waiting for these, patiently of course. :)

Thanks, Peter!

Mark said...

Very nice!

-k said...

nice indeed. picked one up as well.

Nathan said...

Darn. Missed them by minutes.

Peter Atwood said...

I still have more. Paypal is so balky this morning that it is giving me fits so I shut down the sale prematurely.

spitfire8898 said...

Ah....I was going to say! Those went rather quick...well faster than usual! haha

Sachin said...

if that's the case, and you are taking 'comment' orders - I would like one please.

Tks

Peter Atwood said...

Just email me!

indabayou said...

Thanks again Peter for another cool tool.

Reiner said...

Thanks Peter. Great looking tool.

vegassprky said...

Hope you're feeling better Peter,nice looking tool! Any out of steel coming? Gary :>)

Peter Atwood said...

Thanks Gary. None in steel, just the ti ones. Some new designs are coming in May though.

vegassprky said...

Thanks for the heads up, love new designs!!! Can't wait, any sharp things? Gary :>)

wb. said...

Peter,

Any more left out of the paypal debacle?

B.

Steven Jarvis said...

My Wroach arrived today! It's merely the first of what I hope are MANY Peter Atwood tools. It's sweet: light but feels nice in my hand. The o-rings are just the thing to give you some grip and a little cushion. Can't wait to put it to use.

Easy Wind said...

My Ti Wroach landed last night, and I can see already that this tool is going to become my edc for a while!
The 5/32” Titanium is nice and beefy. The 3.5”OAL is sweet. The tool measures about 3/4” wide and the V-notch is deep and sharp.
I foresee no problem ripping thru Zip-ties that I commonly use during the saltwater fishing season using the Wroach!
Very pleased with this one, right on, Peter!

Nathan said...

Man, mine still didn't come today. It always takes a while for me, which is strange because it seems that Mass to Maine should be pretty quick. USPS stinks.

rare1 said...

Finally I got one :)

Thanks Peter, I cant wait to receive it.

enki said...

Good luck all, I pass...

I am saving $$ for mr.Chubbs :)

Any info you want to share about this Mr.Chubbs with us Peter?? :D

KeenBeam said...

What is a Mr.Chubbs?

The wroach looks good but I gotta pass too. I am hunting for a Fixer!

enki said...

All I know is that Mr.Chubbs "holds an edge"

Peter mentioned "Him" some time ago.

I hope Peter gives us more info soon, or better, the introduction of Mr.Chubbs himself:)

Rick said...

FINALLY! Can't wait to see what you got coming next month.

-Rick

spitfire8898 said...

According to this interview,

http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2010/03/make_interviews_peter_atwood.html

it's a fixed blade tool...no telling if the production models will be on necklaces or not! Care to give us a hint Peter?

KeenBeam said...

@enki,

Well...it looks like I am hunting for a Mr.Chubbs too then!

Rick said...

Hey Peter,

Are these blasted then tumbled? I love the gun metal finish on these! :)

Peter Atwood said...

Yes, exactly. They were sanded, blasted and tumbled. A bunch of darned work it was. ;)

Rick said...

Well thanks for taking the time. My new favorite finish! :D