Making heads, tails, or teeth of the Piranha can be difficult, but that’s because this pocket tool is a jack-of-all-trades: it’s a screwdriver, wrench, bottle opener, nail puller, and scraper.
Sure to be a home run (or a touchdown) for MLB, NFL and NCAA fans, these Baseball and Football Hammers sport a themed rubber grip and team logos; click here for more teams.
No need to pass the salt with these Salt & Pepper Bots: simply wind ‘em up and they’ll dutifully march across the table to dispense spices–either that, or enslave your dinner guests.
Make wine and war with the Knuckle Duster Corkscrew; it boasts a chrome-plated, brass knuckles-style handle, perfect for letting loose your grapes of wrath on stubborn corks.
Winner of the Eurobike Award 2009, Kai Malte Rover’s PUYL is a bicycle pump and unlimited LED flashlight; the light’s batteries are charged via induction when you use the pump.
Those of us living on Awesome Avenue can finally mark our man caves: Underground Signs creates replica enamel-painted, 8-gauge aluminum NYC Subway signs up to 8 feet long.
Similar to an infinity pool, ZeroEdge Aquariums are topless four-walled tanks with a wrap-around overflow channel for an ultra-clean and modern look; note: not for jumpers. Thanks, RO!
The holidays have already come if you own the consoles associated with these acrylic Controller Ornaments; it includes the N64, PlayStation, NES, Dreamcast, Wii, Xbox 360, and Genesis.
No three keys strike as much terror into PC user’s hearts, but these CTRL+ALT+DEL Cups are all about relaxing with a cup of tea–ostensibly while your PC BSODs itself into oblivion.
The men’s club gets a classy reboot at John Allan’s, which has 5 locations in NYC and Chicago; amenities include flat screen TVs, pool tables, an on-site cafe/bar, and full-service grooming.
Perfect8’s 5.1 system will cost a pretty penny, but with equally pretty Super Silent Glass cabinets; you’ll get a 6′ tall tower, two 1000W sealed-box speakers, and two open baffle speakers.
Our blindingly fast paddle prowess is no match for this blindingly bright Chrome Ping Pong Table; limited to 10 pieces, each table is made from mirror-polished stainless steel.
The Mo-Tool Axe is already a multi-tool with a hammer and axe head, but the handle (wood inlay or black) packs a can opener, wire cutter, pliers, file, wrench, screwdrivers, and blades.
Black & Decker’s Ready Wrench is an all-in-one socket wrench, replacing sixteen sockets (eight standard, eight metric); it features etched and color-coded sizes for easy visibility.
Tom Spina Designs’ Han Solo Carbonite Desk is perfect for crime and Sith Lords; the metal and fiberglass table sports a glass top, but you’ll need to supply your own flash-frozen smuggler.
Your garden gnomes won’t get jacked with a Garden Jawa on patrol: not only will these little buggers protect your lawn, but they’ll strip it clean for droids and moisture vaporators.
We don’t play shuffleboard, but Hurricane’s upcoming Vertigo and Cobra tables make us want to start: part modern architecture, part play surface, both will be available in 2010.
You may not be a liar, but your pants are definitely at risk of catching on fire with this Steel Belt Lighter; it features a detachable solid metal butane lighter that sits in your belt buckle.
mPower’s Emergency Illuminator is an LED flashlight that also powers gadgets in a pinch via USB: it runs on CR123 batteries, but packs a reserve battery with a 20-year shelf life.
Limited to 100, Strider’s Dauntless Framelock is their first folder in years; it features a 4″ blade and a solid slab titanium folder that weighs 0.36 lbs thanks to Reduction Terraced construction.
It’s not yet available, but the Cole-Bar Hammer nails it: named in memory of the inventor’s son, it’s a multifunction tool that serves as a crow bar, square, angle tool, and socket wrench.
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