The original Clippa replaced the Leatherman hanging off your belt with an ingenious but near-invisible multi-function hair clip. And now there’s a new version of the tool that swaps a serrated edge for a metal file, and a bottle opener for a hex wrench.
At just $10 the new Clippa, designed by Monkey Business’s Yaacov Goldberg, is as cheap as the original (at least when compared to the cost of a Swiss Army Knife) but now comes with tools that are more useful for everyday life—assuming you’re not a Navy SEAL. And now that the Clippa’s serrated edge is gone, there’s little risk of you accidentally chopping through your hair when you’re trying to clip it in place.
[Monkey Business via Animi Causa]