1.5oz jars with magnetic lids. Easy to stack and peruse. You can even order them with spices included plus labeled lids. Or get just the jars and use them to store nuts, bolts and other small items.
The Forearm Forklift is a pair of adjustable heavy duty nylon straps that make it easier to lift heavy objects. They won’t turn you into Superman, but you’ll spare your fingers and hands from pain.
With its wide, upswept axe blade, penetrating spike and paracord-wrapped reinforced handle, ThinkGeek’s lightweight ATT is a great tool to decapitate walkers. Bonus: karambit coming soon.
A camera strap made of flexible webbing with a pivot ring, so you can quickly and easily adjust it for a snug fit. No more cameras swinging precariously from your neck or shoulders.
A hammer that will get you hammered. This functional tool doesn’t come with beer, but it does have the next best thing. Its nail claw has been converted to a bottle opener. Don’t build & drink.
7″ flashlights with flexible silicone bodies meant to wrap and attach to a variety of objects. Use them as bike lights, on repair jobs and more. The LEDs can be steady or set to flash.
Thumbs up to the discreet, aerospace aluminum Keyshark bottle opener; the tiny, highly engineered tool is lightweight and can open all sorts of microbrews thanks to its shape. (Thanks Bob!)
Invented by Riley Kimball, the Quikdraw is a lens holster that allows you to carry lenses on a belt. You can change lenses quickly and with just one hand. Works with Canon EOS or Nikon F lenses.
While we wouldn’t trust this thing to stop an armed attacker with a real gun, this power screwdriver that looks like a revolver should be able to take down philips and flat-blade screws with its six bits.