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KLAX Multitool Turns Any Stick into an Axe

by Conner Flynn
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So you are out in the middle of nowhere and you just have an itch to chop down a tree or cut firewood. Aside from the fact that you have some lumberjack in your blood, you have another problem. No axe. KLAX solves this problem, by putting an axe in your pocket.

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KLAX clamps onto any stick or stick-like item and turns it into a functioning axe. Now you can chop up trees all day long if you so desire. KLAX functions as an axe blade, but can also be used as a hammer head, a hex wrench set, a quarter-inch bit drive socket, a bottle opener, and a ruler. Pretty sweet. You can chop trees and finish your DIY project while having a beer.

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The project has already blown through its goal on Kickstarter, so the KLAX will be available in September if all goes according to plan. It will be available in three different versions and will cost between $115(USD) to $160(USD). There’s also a titanium version in the works for a whopping $550.

[via Gizmodo via Likecool]

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