Always be prepared with this slim bottle opener that’s thin enough to fit in your wallet. It’s as slim as two credit cards, but is strong thanks to its carbon fiber construction. As an added bonus, it won’t set off metal detectors.
BASE jumpers are always looking for new places to jump from, but in the case of Chris Douggs McDougall and Jimmy Poucher, they took to the air via a giant catapult, which exerted more than 6Gs on their bodies as they were flung sky high at speeds up to 125 mph.
This awesome looking tactical knife is made from a mix of carbon fiber and titanium that appear to seamlessly blend from the handle to the blade. Tungsten carbide enhances cutting ability, and its handle comes wrapped in 550 paracord. Includes a KYDEX molded sheath.
An ingenious digital tape measure that can measure length or circumference using its retractable string, oddly-shaped paths using a roller, and distances using an ultrasonic sensor. Data can be tagged using voice memos, then sent wirelessly to an app on your smartphone.
Is that a turtle in your pocket? This nifty EDC from SevDesignWorks pops open bottles with its mighty jaws, has a flat-blade screwdriver tail, holds 1/4″ bits in its mouth, and even works as an oxygen bottle wrench. Made from solid aluminum bronze and measures about 3″ long.