Featured MyTask tool stash- Case for iPhone Recoil Staff April 18, 2014 Join the Conversation Looking for a new multitool? Something worthy of Wild Wild West, if not Mission Impossible? Check out the MyTask. It's on Kickstarter now. MyTask is an iPhone case designed but Addison Shelton and TaskLab, of Atlanta Georgia. It started with Addison’s idea of a interchangeable sliding tray built in to a phone case. He wanted something to hold different tools to add more utility to his life. From there, 10 different prototypes were built and tweaks were made, including the recent addition of an LED module. In the end they had three models: Bike, Urban, and Stash. MyTask Bike is a set of specifically bike tools for the “serious or casual biker”. The set includes the basics: 15mm Pedal/Axle spanner 6 Allen wrenches (1/6″, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm) 2 spoke wrenches (0.127 & 0.130) Flathead screwdriver Phillips screwdriver Two tire irons 3 tube patches & tube roughener 4 box wrenches (5.5mm, 7mm, 8mm, 10mm) Bottle opener All of this fits in a sliding tray built in the back of your phone case and weighs 2.8oz. The second model, the Urban, is more aimed towards general everyday use. This set includes 12 tools, and LED light, a mirror, and weighs 2.2oz. The tools included are: Nail file Scissors Dual Eyeglass Screwdrivers Ruler Flathead Screwdriver Phillips Screwdriver Tweezers Pen/Stylus USB Memory Stick Bottle Opener The third model available is the Stash. The stash uses the same sliding-tray design that the Bike and Urban do, but contain no tools. Instead, it is an empty tray you can use to store your spare key, mini USB stick, etc. The MyTask is currently on Kickstarter and will be raising funds until April 22. Their goal is to make it to $25,000 to start manufacturing the products. Visit their Kickstarter page here. Explore RECOILweb:Buildsheet: MK 18-ish FolderHarvested: NorthlandSilencer Metering Range Day in GeorgiaWhat's Quieting the Silencer Industry?