Chadwick & Joe’s PHX-1 tool combines the Hi-Tec-C and Signo DX pens, a hobby knife and a designer ruler with 7 measurements into a stainless steel body and a sustainable bamboo case.
Multi-use tools that fit on your keychain, weighing only 2oz. combined. Comes with a pry bar, a pair of screwdrivers (Phillips & flat head), a pair of tweezers and a waterproof and airtight lighter.
The Apocalypse Survival Series are short-range bladed weapons that have appeared on the TV series Walking Dead. Meanwhile you can practice using them on the growing weeds on your lawn.
If you only need a pair of portable scissors, save yourself the hassle of popping out and wrestling with the tiny cutting tools in most Swiss Army knives and just get a pair of these instead.
Bottle openers shaped like common tools, made of cast iron and hand-forged in Japan. Not usable as tools. Except for the hammer. Actually you could probably use any of them as hammers.
Some would consider it an unnecessary expense or even a crutch, but if you’re a newbie carpenter or if your fingers are just too big to safely hold nails and screws, $13 for zero pain is a bargain.
Knog’s handy bike tools pack 7, 12 or 20 different tools, including screwdrivers, hex keys, hex wrenches, spoke wrenches, and more into a 2-inch square chrome vanadium and aluminum case.
Designed to facilitate escape from a vehicle, such as when it’s submerged, caught fire or rolled over. It has a powerful plunger that breaks most car windows and a blade that slashes seat belts.
Opens up common packaging and container covers – plastic or metal bottle caps and crowns, jar covers, pull tabs, safety seals and plastic bags. We suppose it could also work as a nutcracker.
Have your tools and other metal objects organized and easily accessible with Tool Dots. Each 0.5″ magnet has a strong adhesive backing and can hold up to 0.5lbs. Available in three colors.
The Twig Pod is a collapsible lightweight monopod with a pointed end, useful for getting steady and distant shots outdoors. Its ball-head mount is also great for shooting at various angles.
You may not have a Swiss army knife, multi-tool or a keychain. But chances are, you need at least one key. Get one of these blanks from Makr to ensure you’re always ready to pop them bottles.
A new search engine designed to search for apps, games and any other software across several platforms – Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and online – using plain text search terms.
Invented by Jakob Schenk, the Tick Clip is an ingenious add-on that turns any piece of material between 0.60 to 1.2 inches think into a table, seat or bed. Will soon be available for about $88.
(Video has NSFW Language) The Annihilator is the carpenter’s swiss knife. It’s a hammer, nail puller, board straightener, axe, wrench and a bottle opener in one. Comes in 14″ and 18″ versions.
The Oona is a cheap, simple but versatile smartphone stand. Stick it on a glass surface, on white boards, or even on your desk, with a variety of positions and angles for your needs.
Behold this demo of the 40mm Machine Gun by FPSRussia, the most powerful machine gun a civilian can own: it can fire a 4 pound projectile (or a giant bullet) at 2800 feet/second. (Thanks Ben!)