We're all guilty (or at least I am) of resorting to somewhat barbaric methods of loosening or tightening stubborn slotted adjustment collars—the kind you find on shocks, steering-head bearings, and the bevel-drive tube on my Kawasaki W650. How did those channel locks work out for you? They left me with sliced knuckles. And the hammer and screwdriver method? I’ll always regret the gouge I left in the tank of my 1978 XL350. For those of us who are tired of using the wrong tool for an important job, KiWAV has a more civilized answer.