Columbia River Gekkota Golf Multi-Tool, Divot Fork, Screwdriver, Bottle Opener, Money Clip, Magnetic Ball Marker - 5310
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What do we have that's new and unusual in gadgets? How about Launce Barber and Tom Stokes' multifunctional Gekkota line?
Most readers of the Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT) catalog will know that Gekkota is an infraorder in the suborder Scleroglossa, comprising all geckos. But what the heck is the CRKT Gekkota? Well, it's a useful little golf tool designed by Launce Barber and Tom Stokes.
Gekkota Golf. Here's a tool for the serious golfer that has it all in one small and lightweight package that's easy to carry around the course.
First, there's a fold-out locking divot fork with two tines. No more ruining the pockets in your golf trousers with the sharp points of a regular divot tool.
Second, there's the screwdriver and bottle opener, which can certainly come in handy on hot days on the course.
There's a magnet which holds a stainless steel ball marker.
Finally there's the stainless steel money clip, which is a great place to stash all your golf winnings.
The folding loop allows you to attach the Gekkota Golf to your golf bag with a small carabiner or clip.
This cute little Gekkota models make affordable and unusual gifts and premiums, both for men and women.
- Handy bottle opener when you need to open your favorite soda or microbrew.
- The folding loop allows it to become a handy key fob so it'sthere when you need it.
- 5310: Divot Fork, Screwdriver, BottleOpener, Money Clip, MagneticBall Marker
- Closed: Handle length: 2.125" (54 mm)
- Open: Overall length: 3.50" (89 mm)
- Weight: 1.8 oz. (51 g)
About the Knife Designers:
Launce Barber is dedicated to discovering great design ideas by using the most fundamental tool we all share in common– our creative minds. His focus is to produce innovative and creative design by discovering elegant new solutions for old problems. He feels that it's very important to partner with individuals and companies that are leaders in their industry and understand and share his long-term vision for a product. Product design is not static even after the product hits the store shelves–it's dynamic. Launce and his long-time engineering and design partner, Tom Stokes, have won numerous awards for product design including the prestigious international iF Product Design Award Silver 2004, Most Innovative Import Design of the Year (Blade Magazine 2003), Best in Show (SHOT Show 2003), Best Buy of the Year (Blade Show & International Cutlery Fair 2007), SHOT Show's Best (Army Times 2007), 2008 IWA International Knife Award, and 2008 Blade Show Accessory of the Year. Launce and Tom's design collaborations and vision brought life to the I.D. Works line.
Tom Stokes is an experienced product designer and mechanical engineer from the University of Virginia who has worked in the aerospace industry for over 20 years. Tom has been involved in the knife and tool industry or over ten years and is experienced in the use of high-end CAD (Computer Aided Design) software and rapid prototyping technology. He has always enjoyed a design challenge and has been involved in many creative and interesting design projects including NASA wind tunnel research. His designs display a rare combination of artistic form and function. Tom has been instrumental in conceptualizing, designing, and engineering the tools seen in the CRKT I.D. Works line, including the Guppie series, Zilla-Tool series, Lumabiner and Get-A-Way Driver. He alone conceived the shape of the Fulcrum Flame and developed it as a most outrageous and complete design. The CRKT factories continue to be amazed at his mastery of computer aided design when we deliver his final computer files for prototyping and manufacturing.
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
A solid, lightweight material that can be molded, textured or anodized to provide better grip under extreme conditions.