Whether you're a dedicated cyclist or simply looking to liberate yourself from a junk drawer bloated with tools you very rarely use, the Mininch Tool Pen packs all the essential hardware bits you'd ever want into a kit that easily stashes away in your pocket.
Inspired by those strangely enthralling push-up pencils from the '90s, each six-inch, 3.2-oz aluminum cylinder can fit six unique steel bits, which you cycle out by pushing new ones up through the bottom. There's also no need to guess where each bit might be in the pen, as there are tiny "windows" that give a peek at the labeled bases for each.
Of course the job at hand may require a bit that isn't one of the six you've stocked in the pen. But no need to worry, each set comes with a total of 22 to switch in and out as needed.
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He has a distinct aversion to allen wrenches ever since a particularly excruciating IKEA furniture build.