Words are powerful—and Jimmy’s got an extensive vocabulary: slide, cut, twist, poke, slice, part, uproot, divide, lift, dissect, separate, and pry. Whatever your word for opening up an electronic device, he can do it.
This little tool is priceless when needed. Changing the battery in your car remote fob is one excellent example.
When you need to pry two small things apart it’s a joy to use.
I have use this tool as intended to pry open electronic devises. I have also used it as a scraper to gently remove unwanted deposits from softer surfaces (mold on plastic) and recently used it to separate small parts on a tray. Handy to have around.
Just the right size and shape for separating electronic equipment cases. It's not too thick and not too thin and has a minimal amount of flex. Far better than using a pocket knife blade. I'm sure I'll find many uses for it. Right now it has earned a spot in my pocket toolkit that I carry to work.
I have used the "polymer" versions of this for a long time. I purchased 2 the first time and as I came to realize how useful they were I ordered a dozen to replace the ones my customers and friends talked me out off. I did wich they were more rigid and less prone to distorsortion and then BAM....I got your email announcing this one made of titanium and I promptly ordered one. Best new tool that I have seen in a loooong time. Thanks for bring this to us.