Review: Your Keychain Needs the Geekey Multi-Tool

Before everything changed last year, I used to travel a lot. I spent nearly six months bouncing from different hotels in different states. When you’re spending that much time on the road and staying in unfamiliar cities, the last thing you want to do is have to find the nearest tool store to pick up a screwdriver to replace the batteries in an electronic device or have to ask the hotel for a bottle opener after a long day of work. 

That’s where you find yourself looking for a versatile tool to make your life a little easier. 

Your Keychain Needs the Geekey

There are a lot of all-in-one tools on the market. Most of them are bulky, complicated to use, or just completely unhelpful junk. Fortunately, this is where the Geekey comes in handy. It’s designed like a key, which means you can stick it on your keychain and go! It might be a small tool, but it’s a mighty tool. 

The Geekey has over sixteen functions including a screwdriver tip that can be used for five different head types and for scoring, a bit driver, a wrench function, a wire stripper and bender, a bottle opener, a file, a serrated blade, and even a smoking bowl and pipe (if that’s your kind of thing). What can’t the Geekey do? 

Geekey

The Geekey is a little bit bigger than the average key, measuring in at a little under three inches. It is made from Metal Injection Molding 420 Stainless Steel, which means not only is it a super useful tool it’s a super-strong tool too. Who would have thought a single key-sized tool could possess so much power?

While the Geekey is definitely a lot bulkier than the average house key, it’s light, compact, and easy to use. It’s so much better than a Swiss Army Knife too because the tools aren’t tightly tucked away so you won’t find yourself breaking your nail to make it work. The ingenuity that went into designing the Geekey really is astounding. 

You can’t beat the price either. The Geekey is available on Amazon for $23. If you think about the price of all of the tools you’re replacing with it, you’re getting this multi-tool for a steal. So what are you doing? Your keychain is missing something! 

If you’re looking for a useful gift for Father’s Day this year or just looking to replace that frustrating multitool you have been lugging around in your car, look no further than the Geekey. 

Geekey

$23
10

Size and Design

10.0/10

Practicality

10.0/10

Usability

10.0/10
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Maggie Lovitt is the Managing Editor of Entertainment at Your Money Geek, where she covers her favorite topics: Star Wars and pop culture nerdery. She is also a freelance writer and a contributor at Collider and Dorkside of the Force.

When she is not covering entertainment news, she can be found on one of her numerous podcasts or her YouTube channel. In her free time, she is also a novelist, screenwriter, actor, and a member of the Screen Actors Guild.