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Pocket Monkey


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PocketMonkey is a super-slim utility tool that has 12 functions and fits in your wallet, so it's always there when you need it. From opening bottles to adjusting screws, PocketMonkey multi-tool helps you conquer life's everyday tasks. 

Made in the USA from heat-treated stainless steel, PocketMonkey multi-tool won't bend, break, or rust. It features:

  • Bottle Opener
  • Flat Screwdriver
  • Philips Screwdriver
  • Micro Screwdriver
  • Phone Kickstand
  • Letter Opener
  • Door Latch Slip
  • Hex Wrenches
  • Ruler
  • Headphone wrap
  • Straightedge
  • Orange Peeler


What else can I do with a PocketMonkey multi-tool?

The options are endless. We've seen and heard people using PocketMonkey for: opening boxes, releasing zip ties, scraping ice, tying fishing line, and even sculpting clay.


If you see an add to cart button above then the item is in stock, in our Sydney warehouse. Orders are despatched within 24 hours, on business days. As Pocket Monkey is light and slim, you can choose letter delivery during checkout which will only cost you $1. Or if you want to get it faster with tracking, choose a satchel option.


Is this the same Pocket Monkey that I can get in the US?

Yes - but if you're in Australia, you'll find it's much cheaper buying it here. Once you factor in the exchange rate difference and international shipping, our price is less than half.

Can Pocket Monkey travel with me on a plane?

According to the manufacturer it is TSA approved, but that's a US issue which doesn't mean anything in Australia. I've successfully taken Pocket Monkey on 2 domestic flights. In Sydney the screener looked puzzled by the X-ray and questioned me briefly. I explained that it is a utility tool, that it doesn't have a blade and I offered to remove it for inspection. She let it go through without any examination. It didn't raise any eyebrows on the return trip through Cairns airport. It would be difficult to harm someone with Pocket Monkey, however it could be interpreted as a prohibited item. The safest option is to put it in checked baggage.