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We created a one-of-a-kind dynamic ratchet beam that holds the bit in place while turning but flexes to allow the tool to rotate back to its starting position. To tighten a screw, put the bit into the ratchet and turn it back and forth like a normal ratchet. To loosen a screw, just flip the tool over and rotate in the other direction.
-Built in Ratchet
-Pry and Score Tool
-7 Wrenches (5mm, 3/16", 6mm, 1/4", 7mm, 5/16" and 8mm)
-Flat Edge Scraper
-Flat Head Screwdriver
-Imperial and Metric Rulers
-30 and 45 Degree Protractors
EverRatchet is cut from a solid sheet of Stainless Steel or Titanium using EDM (Electrical Discharge Manufacturing). This manufacturing method uses a computer controlled machine to pull an electrified wire through the sheet of metal resulting in very precise components. It features our latest glass and polymer applied finish to keep it nice and new every time you reach for it.
We have improved our products surface finishes over the past year to make them more and more scratch resistant. EverRatchet will be featuring our latest glass and polymer applied finish to keep it nice and new every time you reach for it.
How much force can EverRatchet handle? Shown below is a Stainless Steel EverRatchet holding 20 in-lbs on its dynamic ratchet beam (20lbs, 1 inch from the center of rotation)! Thanks to the ratchet beam design, it is extremely strong down its length but flexes out of the way with some satisfying click action when you go to reset the tool.
Got stubborn or rusty bolts? Use EverRatchet's static 1/4" wrench feature to break the bond and then swap over to the ratchet to complete the task!
The blade about as thick as a dime, making it less sharp than a knife, This allows you to fly with your EverRatchet without running into security issues.
1) Pile dry kindling in a wind-free location
2) Remove the black exterior coating by scraping it with a metal object
3) Scrape the bare flint to add a small pile of shavings to the kindling
4) Place the flint on a hard surface near the flint shavings/kindling
5) Apply pressure to the top of the flint with a sharp metal object and
strike in the direction of the flint shavings/kindling
6) Once an ember is visible, lightly blow air on the kindling until lit
7) Continue to add kindling to retain fire
EverRatchet is Patent Pending, submitted by Concept180, LLC
EverRatchet is a Registered Trademark belonging to Concept180, LLC
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