The word “wearable” tends to apply to stuff like smartwatches or fitness trackers these days, but there is another subset of products that are wearable in a more low-tech, timeless way. For instance, there’s the new Leatherman Tread, Leatherman’s multi-tool designed to be worn on the wrist.
Basically, each metal link that makes up the Leatherman Tread is actually a small tool that can be added, subtracted, or swapped out from the bracelet as a whole. Tools include screwdrivers, wrenches, glass breakers, and a lot more – even the the clasp doubles as a bottle opener (and triples as a #2 square drive).
There’s even a version of the Leatherman Tread that includes the Leatherman Tread QM1 watch, but that won’t be available until the fall of 2015. As for the regular old bracelet, it’s coming out this summer, and you can get some more information from the Leatherman website here, as well as see some pictures of the bracelet in the gallery below.