We just finished shipping over 7,000 EverRatchets to 50 countries from our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign!
Domestic: Shipping on laser etched wood with spare bands and Flint2Go flint included. Orders ship out in 1-2 days USPS First Class from PA, 2-3 days in transit
International: Shipping in a clamshell with Flint2Go flint and bands included. Orders ship out in 1-2 days from NYC, typically 5-15 days in transit
Happy holidays and cheers from our family to yours!
-Team Gear Infusion
Never Stop Cranking
Thanks to EverRatchet's Dynamic Ratcheting Beam you can turn large fixes into small fixes since you don't need to lift and reset the tool between each turn. Its dynamic ratchet beam stays rigid when rotating the bit but when you go to reset the tool it flexes out of the way allowing the tool to rotate around the bit. This avoids the issue seen on other small carry tools where you are required to lift and reset the tool each time, making them impractical for those larger fixes or where you don't have visibility to the object being tightened.
How it Works
EverRatchet's dynamic ratcheting beam stays completely rigid when rotating the bit but when resetting the tool it flexes allowing the tool to rotate around the bit. This amazing ratchet makes this a one size fits all tool for any project and is a much-needed feature when you are working with limited visibility or space. Let's get ratcheting!
Watch those bits spin, forever!
Left Image: Tighten, Right Image: Loosen
Recently received my EverRatchet and am blown away by the quality. Usefulness only limited by my imagination. Quality. Quality. Quality. - Dave C.
Click Click Click…I don’t know how I got by without one of these before,already helped me open a couple of boxes & adjust my brakes and bars,and take a seat off my bike. - Tim R.
Took my gold one with me to the woods this weekend, used it to make small screw adjustments to the mountain bike and to open that much-needed beer at the end of the day. - Paul W.
I got it yesterday and it's already come in handy, I'm an appliance technician and the front panel of a washing machine was blocked by uneven flooring. The head of my go-to quarter-inch ratchet was too far but the EverRatchet fit just right! Thanks guys! - Michael B.
I got mine today! Every every bit as advertised and then some! - Anand J.
Tiny, clever, rugged and practical! You've done it again. - Dean W.
Nice feel in the hand, nice construction. Laser engraving is sharp and good looking. - Samuel S.
Just got mine in South Korea. Excellent quality. I've already used it 3 times since I got it. I just have to remember all the things it can do Lol - Daniel M.
Small and Mighty
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!
More Tools. More Functionality
Equip yourself with a 1/4" ratchet, fire flint, pry bar, 7 wrenches, bottle & box opener, scraper and more all on a handy keychain which you can carry with you:
Materials and Specs
EverRatchet will be 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.
A Surface Finish Perfected Over Time
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.
A Handy Size
TSA and EverRatchet
Flint2Go Instructions (1x included with EverRatchet)
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
-1x EverRatchet Tool
-1x #2 Phillips Bit
-1x Flint2Go Fire Flint
EverRatchet is Patent Pending