I received this dandy tool from our own Mer a few days ago. I have made carried it for a few days, and it looks like I can do a quick and dirty review on the item. First off, I had partaken in the development of this tool, so I was fully updated regarding the development of it. Mer is the mastermind though. He produced ideas into what you see now. We were trying to make tool that was large enough to do some serious work, but small and light enough that it can be worn on your keyring. Also, we wanted the the Ti-Pry to be a capable SD impact tool. The tool is made of 1/8 inch plate of Grade 5 titanium. Grade 5 titanium is also known as aircraft grade 6Al4V titanium which is much stonger than commercial or pure grade titanium. It is about is just under an inch wide and 4.5 inches long. The dimensions are made so that the tool will protrude slightly on each side of the fist. There also holes drilled into the Ti-Pry. The holes are used to lighten the entire package, and also double for threading paracord for cord wraps and for retainment use a la koppo. This allowed the Ti-Pry to weight just under an ounce. 0.9 oz to be exact. Quite light for a tool capable of so much. So enough with the specs. As soon as I received the tool, I put it to use almost immediately. Here it is if you were going to hold it for SD. Here is a pic showing how the cord is used for koppo mode. Any complaints on the Ti-Pry. A few small ones. The material could be a little bit thicker. Also, the tool maybe a little to small for others with large hands so that would defeat the purpose of the koppo option. I believe a mini one is in the making as well. You can ask Mer for the details. If any of you have any questions, let me know. I'll keep all of you posted as I have more experience with this tool. So far, I am quite satisfied with it.