The Clippa Lady reinvents the metal snap-style hair clip favoured by females the world over into something rather more useful.
Strengthened with steel, the $9.99 hair clip boasts an array of handy tools and can open beer bottles, file chipped nails and even lever out a pin stuck in a shoe.
Alongside a screwdriver function, there are also neat markings on one side of the clip should you need a ruler and even a scraper to keep nails looking clean while you're on the run.
The company behind the hair clip, which comes in a bright pink colour, has issued the latest design in the Clippa range to woo a more feminine audience.
It has previously gone for more masculine-looking silver and black coloured clips, not necessarily worn in the hair, which have targeted male users.
Where previous features on the original design have included a serrated edge for cutting, the Clipper Lady replaces the knife function with a nail file...something which will almost certainly raise a few eyebrows amongst feminists.
While it may not be able to deal with more heavy duty tasks easily handled by weightier multi-tools, the Clipper Lady's natty design means wearers can easily deal with tidying up broken nails or removing bottle tops.
All of the above is more impressive when you consider its diminutive size; although it's larger than your average hair clip, the Clippa Lady still measures in at just 4.92 x 2.87 x 0.82 inches.
User reviews of the clip suggest that the product is a practical gift not just for women but also for girls.
On Amazon, one reviewer, Sarah Hubbard, wrote that she bought the gift for her friend's 11-year-old daughter who 'had been complaining that multi-tools were made for boys' and revealed that she 'loved it'.
However, not everyone has raved about the product with another Amazon user, Jill, describing it as 'too flimsy to be useful as a screwdriver or a knife'.