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The Nutter

We met Full Windsor’s eponymous mainman Mark Windsor at Bespoked last year, and he’s a great fellow. Full Windsor’s first foray into bicycle accessory design was the well-received Quickfix mudguard, which snaps on and off easily to avoid road-splatter skunk stripes without uglifying your precious ride. Check it out via Mark’s amusing monkey-powered website.

Now the Windsor warriors are saddling up for a new challenge, to fund and launch an all-singing, all-dancing bicycle multi-tool: The Nutter.

In Mark’s own words, “it combines the most commonly used bike tools into one high quality tool. Its unique design and distinctive form turns the tool into a handle, giving you more leverage than other multi tools on the market. Most cyclists usually carry a set of tyre levers, a multi tool and a spanner each time they go for a ride, The Nutter combines all these tools into one – saving you space, hassle and weight.” It looks pretty fly, too, with its own tailor-made pouch, made from matt black leather and recycled inner tubes.

 

They need £8k to get the Nutter into production, which they’re raising through Kickstarter. If you get in an early-bird pledge of £30 the Nutter will be yours, with its own case and the warm fuzzy feeling of knowing you helped make a good thing happen. Pledge more and you could find yourself the lucky owner of a limited edition print or cycling jersey designed by Alex Fowkes – the jerseys are made by our fine friends at Milltag (who we also met at Bespoked), and the design makes you look like some kind of cybercyclist, with a highly-tuned exoskeleton of cogs and whatnot. You’re a cycling machine! etc.

Other pledge incentives include the chance to own a numbered, limited edition  Nutter with titanium coated tool bits and your name engraved upon its noble flank, as well as a premium leather pouch in jet black or burnt tan color (pictured at the top of this post).

It’s a fine looking piece of kit indeed – and it even has a bottle opener, for those morale-boosting mid-ride beers. To nab a Nutter for yourself, skip your silly fingers thissaway.

 

 


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