Here at worn&wound, we’re never quite satisfied. We see things and do things and think…hmmm, how can we make that better? Heck, that’s probably why we started this business in the first place… So we’re constantly designing and developing new products as well as refining our existing ones. We also strive to make all of our products unique, setting them apart from the industry.
Today, we’re excited to announce our newest invention, the Strap-Changing Multi-Tool. We took our very popular capped strap-changing tool and redesigned it to add more functionality, without making it larger or bulkier. We also added a unique w&w twist. We went through many iterations and prototypes of this design, refining everything from the cap length to the tip steel, to how it all comes together. We also reached out to some watchmaker friends of ours in the industry, who consulted on our ideas and helped us refine the final product. We’re now happy to say it might just be the best strap-changing tool we’ve tried.
The tool consists of two capped ends, making it safe to throw in your bag, a knurled body for easy grip and two reversible bits. On each bit you have one standard strap changing tip for spring bars, a poker or a fork, as well as a small flathead screwdriver. Use the poker for drilled lugs, the fork for standard lugs, and screwdrivers for lug bars, bezels, bracelet links, or where ever they might appear.