5.11 Tactical’s lightweight tool is perfect for first responders, police officers, or anyone who ever faces emergencies. It cuts seatbelt webbing, can pry open doors and windows, and has an oxygen key. Comes with a rigid sheath for belt, boot, or MOLLE, and a breakaway neck chain.
A tiny bottle opener designed to provide enough leverage for you to open a bottle with one hand. The Throttle Opener is also magnetic so you can keep it handy on your grill, fridge, toolbox, or other metal surface. The final product will be made from die-cast aluminum.
An LED keychain light designed to look like a bullet casing. Offers 130 lumens of brightness, and is IPX-8 waterproof. While the two-toned brass and copper version is more authentic looking, it’s hard for us to resist anything made of titanium. Guess we’ll just have to buy both.
A clever power tool which lets you rapidly switch between drilling pilot holes and driving screws thanks to its unique double head. Mix and match any two bits that fit a 1/4″ chuck. Has 12-speed motor and 20V battery for plenty of power, and a built-in LED light.
A tasty new bourbon with surprising complexity for its age, offering extra layers of caramel, spice, oak, and just the right amount of sweetness. It’s moved from its first charred oak barrel to a second after four years, resulting in an eminently drinkable whiskey.
If you ever find yourself or a loved one trapped in a car crash, getting out quickly can spell the difference between life and death. This auto safety tool should be in your glovebox or on your belt loop, with its seatbelt cutter, window punch, LED flashlight, and survival knife.
A fantastic looking fixed-blade made for quick and ready access. Its blade and handle are formed from a single piece of N690 Cobalt high performance powder steel. Carries in a handmade leather sheath by Ansø and Vox. Blade is 2.6″ long, with an overall 5.4″ length.
A smartphone accessory for home construction or improvement. Walabot uses a depth sensor and an app to provide a digital image of what’s behind walls, as well as how far they are inside. Use it to spot wires, pipes and more.
Work out like a caveman with these prehistoric style dumbbells, kettlebells, ropebells, clubbells, and gripbells made from hunks of granite. Their handles are made from Finnish birch wood. (Thanks Kema!)
Need to light up? Do away with butane, flints, and wind with this neat lighter which uses electrical current to start fire. A single charge via USB will get you 50 uses, and it’s TSA approved, so you can carry it with you on a flight. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.
iThinking injected a bit of whimsy into an everyday tool. The Rhino Hammer has a base and head that, well, looks like a rhinoceros. It has a telescoping handle and is made of rubber, aluminum and steel.