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!)
A bottle cap opener that collects caps in its body. It can store up to 30 caps at a time, and it has a removable base for easy disposal of caps. Less time for cleaning means more time for drinking.
Its tapered pointed blade and sharpened sides can break through the hardest – okay let’s be honest. You don’t need a $120 shovel. Just admire the fine craftmanship and giggle at its name.
Turn your old credit cards into guitar picks with this easy to use punch. Your picks may not be as glamorous as ones made from ivory or wood, but “recycling” is music to Mother Nature’s ears.
Thanks to its stainless steel blades, the Corn Kerneler lets you pluck all the kernels from a cob in one swift motion. Simply fit it over the narrow end of a cob and then slide it down.
Why carry when you can roll? Treasure Wheels are a pair of attachable braces with wheels. They’re marketed towards urban scavengers, but we all need to move heavy stuff every now and then.
The Crovel (shovel and crowbar) eliminates the need for a plethora of tools in order to survive – it has 13 different tools for a multitude of tasks combined into one tidy package. (Thanks, Anton!)
You don’t need to be a geek to know how to pop open a cold one with Art Lebedev’s Ctrl+O bottle opener, although Windows users would appreciate the reference more than Mac fans.
No matter how many functions a tool may have, it will only be useful to you if you have it with you. Fortunately, the Micro-Plus EX 9-in-1 Multi-Tool is small enough that you can use it as a keychain.
Keep alert for household leaks with no setup, no programming, no external power source, not even a button to push. Just set it and forget it. Alarm reaches 100dB and goes on up to 24 hours.
The TSA-friendly adjustable pocket wrench is precision machined from high-grade 6AL-4V titanium and heat-treated 154CM stainless steel, and weighs only 2.9 ounces. (Thanks David!)
Inspired by pro mountain-climber Ueli Steck, this lightweight titanium knife has built-in tools including hex nut drivers, a wood saw, screwdrivers, a wire stripper, and the all-important bottle opener.
More portable and easier to set up than traditional roof racks, Malone’s HandiRack is a pair of inflatable racks that fits most cars. Comes with a hand pump and supports up to 180lbs. of weight.
C.H. Hanson’s Finish Carpenter Kit includes a real man’s sharpener – it fits in any drill and 1/4″ shank quick-change systems for fast and consistent sharpening. Also comes with 4 pencils.