Whenever I watch a James Bond movie, I wonder why Bond didn’t take better care of the cool gadgets that “Q” gave him. It always pisses me off when he trashes his cool gear. For instance, if 007 had the 12-in-1 pen tool, he’d no doubt use it to cut himself free after being tied up, pick the lock with the tweezers, then once he was out jab the guard in the neck with it and then throw it away.
If I were “Q,” I’d kick his ass.
Hiding inside the 12-in-1’s milled shaft are 12 different tools that’ll come in handy for all sorts of little repairs — or escapes from elaborate but easily escapable mantraps. You know, tools like screwdrivers, an awl, tweezers, a wire stripper, saws, cutting blades, and a stainless steel fork. Hey, you never know when today’s spy-on-the-go might need a fork hidden in his pen.
Oh yeah, you can also use it as a regular old writing pen as a cover for your real hidden mission, assuming you’re not planning on traveling via commercial air.
Street pricing starts at $19 — and doesn’t include a clean passport or a Walther PPK.