A compact titanium-alloy multitool. Use it as a universal wrench, a hex bit driver, a flat or a wide head screwdriver and a pry bar. It comes with a steel insert that’s a finger-safe box opener on one end and a fork on the other end. It also fits standard utility blades.
Store oversized items inside your car by turning the passenger side seats into cargo racks. Replace the headrests with the mounting posts then install the cargo bars and straps. SeatRack also has an optional camera mount.
An insanely powerful compact flashlight that can push out up to 4,200 lumens, and is capable of projecting a 1/4 mile-long beam. Made from aluminum alloy, it’s IPX 8 waterproof and impact resistant.
A newly engineered series of hammers, sledgehammers, and mauls designed to dramatically reduce shock and vibration, easing fatigue and injury risk, while increasing efficiency. Fiskars says their design produces up to 4X less shock than wood-handled tools.
This tiny folding knife measures just 3″ long when fully opened, with a stubby, but sharp 1.2″ stainless steel locking blade, set into a titanium handle. A small loop makes it perfect for everyday carrying on your keychain.
This whimsical Swiss army style knife packs in seven useful tools, while looking like various animals, including a rhino, a hippo, and a giraffe. Has a bottle opener, wire stripper, file, punch, flat/Phillips drivers, and a knife. We think they should have called it the ZooTool.
Designed by world record speed climber Hans Florine, this lightweight and compact folding knife is designed specifically for ease of use and access during climbing expeditions. The Niad has a corrosion-resistant titanium handle, and a large hole for attaching it to carabiners.
Maratec’s pocket-sized flashlight looks awesome thanks to its body, made completely from real copper. Its got a bright LED beam that lasts up to 50,000 hours, and offers three brightness settings: 1.5, 40, and 138 lumens. Runs on a single AAA battery.