PocketMonkey Review: It’s Not The Size of the Tool, It’s How You Use It

PocketMonkey

I’m the master of opening beer bottles. I can open it against tables, chairs, pens, other bottles, and anything else around me. Sometimes however it breaks or leaves a gap in whatever I’m opening it against. Not good. Now I carry around a handy little tool called PocketMonkey and nothing gets broken.

PocketMonkey is a clever little tool that has 12 functions in one.

  • Bottle Opener
  • Phone Kickstand
  • Flat Screwdriver
  • Micro Screwdriver
  • Door Latch Slip
  • Letter Opener
  • Hex Wrenches
  • Phillips Screwdriver
  • Orange Peeler
  • Banana Nicker
  • Ruler
  • Straight Edge

I’ve been carrying this tool for over six months now and have used it for a variety of different things although mostly for opening beer bottles. It fits perfectly in my travel wallet so it goes everywhere with me. I honestly really love this little thing. It’s been very handy in my travels.

The tool is TSA-compliant although I’ve been stopped a few times about it while they inspected it. Some never bothered and a few gave a hard inspection whether it was sharp enough. I never got it taken away and I’ve even mentioned to one of them that it was TSA-compliant but they didn’t seem to care. While they won’t take it away, expect that they might inspect it.

This handy little tool only costs $12.

[disclosure]Disclosure: I was sent a PocketMonkey for free to review. If you think $12 can change my opinion of a tiny tool, you’re very wrong about me.[/disclosure]

Michael Tieso

Michael Tieso travels around the world writing, photographing, and filming his adventures. He is the Editor-in-chief of Art of Adventuring.
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