Metperial’s CNC-machined titanium multitool is the size of a zipper pull. You can use it as a Philips or flat screwdriver, bottle opener, wire stripper or cutter, nail clipper and knife. It comes with a titanium key ring.
Designer Bertrand Jayr’s interlocking cubbyhole shelving system is constructed from cast concrete, letting you build structures that aren’t just industrial in looks, but are structurally impressive. Each piece is sold separately, so complex builds can get expensive quickly.
This teensy retro-style “hi-fi” system is styled after the bookshelf stereo systems of the 1970s. Pop the lid off to see the glowing “tubes” inside. This Bluetooth system offers two 3W speakers, and a class D amp. The speakers measure just 3″ tall, and the receiver is 4″ wide.
This sublime white stoneware growler is perfect for that very special beer enthusiast on your shopping list. Each one is slip cast and hand-finished in Portland by Birchfield Hardware and has a tight rubber seal to keep your brew fresh. Holds 64 oz, and measures 11″ x 5.75″.
SurfCity Paracord’s M550 Pro looks like an explosive device, but this grenade is packed with tools to help you survive in the great outdoors. Includes matches, a compass, fishing hooks and line, blades, a flashlight, a wire saw, and more, all wrapped up in a paracord shell.
Getting your house projects done is easier when you have all the tools you need. This set from Hand-Eye Supply features 6 common sizes of Phillips and flat heads, with oiled hardwood handles and high carbon steel blades in a cool black oxidized finish. Pouch included too.
Regardless of its looks, we don’t recommend filling this jerry can flask with gasoline, but you’re welcome to go with an equally potent booze of your choice. Made from stainless steel with a mirror finish, and holds 6oz.