Hate when some permanently defaces your whiteboard with a Sharpie? 3M’s whiteboard eraser takes care of both permanent marker and dry erase stains with just a bit of water.
Whether you need to change a tire in the dark or need to beat back a zombie horde, the high-carbon steel Glowbar has you covered, glowing up to 10x brighter than typical glow-in-the-dark stuff.
How’s this for a card trick? Pop open a bottle a cold bottle of brew (or Coca-Cola) with Kikkerland’s wallet-sized stainless steel opener, which looks just like the best card in the deck.
The classic Swiss Army Knife gets back to nature with a handcrafted hardwood handle. Includes two blades, a can opener, wood saw, scissors, tweezers, screwdriver, bottle opener and toothpick.
You know what they say, “measure twice, cut once.” Take care of both with this unique combo knife from Garrett Wade, with two stainless blades, and a 6-inch folding rule.
Custom Bladeworks’ hybrid folding knife concept features a leaf-shaped blade and curved spine; user hand pressure on a protruding tang prevents the knife from folding during use. (Thanks, Filip!)
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.