A Bit Cross by Michiel Cornelissen

A Bit Cross by Michiel Cornelissen

This cross pendant can come in handy sometime. It is a pendant + tool designed by Michiel Cornelissen, a laser sintered stainless steel pendant.

“With its combination of symbolical and practical strength, it’s hard to think of a situation where this pendant would not have you covered. The bits sizes are based on actual screwing bits, including an IKEA standard tool – handy for those touch up jobs you never get around to. Though not as hard as ‘real’ tool bits, a bit cross can be used for light jobs.”

One more shot after the jump.

A Bit Cross by Michiel Cornelissen

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