Thursday, January 17, 2019

Titanium MiniBars

Hi Folks,

We're heading into a cold and snowy weekend by the looks of it. So far this year we've managed to avoid any significant snow but now it looks like we're due for a foot or more. It's always nice for a day or two, but then the darn stuff tends to hang around and wear out it's welcome, lol...

I'm finally finishing up several more projects this week. I have a small batch of special 5 Flute Magnums coming, some HAIII PermaCorks with new 6 flute design and guitar picks. Currently I'm also trying to get something going for the kitchen! Two new nifty products are under development in that regard, more info on those in the weeks ahead and I think you all are going to really dig them. And a little mysterious "monster" project is also in the works. Eventually I'll even get back to grinding steel but I can only do so much at once here.

Today I have the first run of MiniBar tools done. These are 5/32 thick titanium, so not too thick yet still quite robust and easy to carry on the keys. They are 3 inches long which is a perfect size for a mini tool. Features include a 7/16 hex wrench and broad pry tip with V notch and deep side scallops. They are all stamped and I have contrast anodized this whole batch with a wide variety of color combinations...a steel version is also on the bench and will be coming in a few weeks.

The ti Mini Bars will run $70 plus shipping and it's a very modest size batch so one per customer please. The link to purchase is below. Thanks for stopping in today as always and hope you have a great weekend ahead.

Sold Out, thank you!

Further note: Just so you know, portions of your purchase today have already gone to several teachers across the country whose classrooms were in need of help... Scientific calculators were purchased for one Native American classroom in New Mexico, and several others in various states received books for their students in order to encourage reading. Those kind teachers already thanked me, but that thanks also extends to you. Check them out at

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