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Kelvin Tools
kelvin.007 Spinner Multi Tool

Keep your hands busy between home improvement jobs with a multi-tool that doubles as a fidget spinner. The kelvin.007 holds six screwdriver bits that snap into place whenever you need them.

  • Bits snap into handle and are held in place by magnetic ceramic bearings
  • Made in China




One fidget spinner base, two flat-head screwdriver bits, two Phillips head bits, and two Torx tips


2.25" x 2.25" x 0.5"


0.33 lb


Body: Nickel alloy, magnets; Bearings: Ceramic; Bits: Chromalloy

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Kelvin Tools

The idea for this Grommet came to entrepreneur Kevin Royes as he sorted through his toolbox, trying to find all the instruments needed to hang a picture in his apartment. Could he get rid of all this “stuff” and combine all the single-purpose tools—the hammer, tape measure, level, screwdriver—into one piece of equipment perfectly sized for the urban home? Yes, he could. Kevin’s creation is the kelvin.23. Just about everyone, from a college kid to an elderly parent, could benefit from one of these snazzy little devices in their home, car, or boat. The kelvin.23 includes 23 essential tools in one sleek, compact package. It’s perfect for routine household tasks like hanging a picture, unscrewing a battery cover, or putting together your latest ready-to-assemble furniture purchase. The kelvin.23 is designed around a 16-bit screwdriver, which is tucked, army-knife style, into the handle. The screwdriver can stand straight or bend at 90 degrees for extra torque in hard-to-reach spaces. The shaft is also magnetic, so you can keep loose screws at hand while working. Add a built-in tape measure, liquid level, carbon steel hammer, and an LED flashlight, and you’ve got a multi-function tool that blows competitors out of the water. This ingenious little device really is a toolbox in the palm of your hand. And it’s much better than using a butter knife as a screwdriver or trying to hammer a nail with your stilettos!