Vinson Multi-tool

Vinson Multi-tool

Christoph Tochtrop created the Vinson Multi-tool. It’s described as the rotary device for the household. The average household electronic device includes a power source (battery or plug), a motor, the drive, and the controls unit. However, Vinson is an innovative and interchangeable product which takes into consideration practical, eco-friendly methodologies and harmonious design.

The essential parts of this multi-tool include: –
– housing with switches
– battery
– motor
– 2 types of gears (3100 revs and 400 revs)

Collectively these individual parts drive and control the multi-tool so we can use this product with various electrical tools.

Primarily these interchangeable appliances comprise: –
– eccentric sander
– hand blender
– universal shredder
– hand mixer
– Lego technic adapter
– drill chuck
– hammer drill
– mobile charger
– lamp

Vinson multi-tool parts
Multi-tool Vinson. Image: christoph-tochtrop.de
Appliances Vinson multi-tool
A rotary device for the household. Image: christoph-tochtrop.de

In other words, the Vinson multi-tool reduces the raw materials used in creating numerous products and thus reduces waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). If one part is faulty, we must replace only that item. What a clever and simple way to elongate the life of everyday electrical appliances.

Furthermore, this multi-tool would be ideal in a Share Shed.

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