Invite all your friends over to see your new, beautiful tool: the handforged classic boy scout axe, made by Sweden’s premier axe making firm and using American Hickory for its 15″ handle.
Designed with practicality and ease of use in mind, its tiny ceramic blade makes short work of paper and plastic, even those pesky clam shell packages. Has a built-in magnet and key ring hole.
Pop a cap off on your favorite beverage with MadeByAmmo’s stainless steel Bullet Bottle Opener. Bonus: you can carry this symbol of manliness around, since it doubles as a keychain.
True oenophiles may know the exact date that last bottle of wine was opened, but for the rest of us who aren’t paying attention this bottle stopper with adjustable month and day display should help.
Happy Hour’s stainless steel Bottoms Up watch is water resistant to 5 ATM, sports a luminous analog clock and (most importantly) has a bottle opener built right into the band buckle. (Thanks Jason!)
This innovative approach to the robotic gripper from Cornell, the U of C, and iRobot uses granular material that flows around a item and conforms to its shape to pick up objects of all shapes and sizes.
An elegant tool for opening bottles of bubbly, it has a square end that won’t cut. A bottle of G.H. Mumm’s Cordon Rouge is included, so you can test your bottle slashing skills out of the box.
Besides being aesthetically pleasing, the handles on Wenger’s Evowood pocketknife collection are made of sustainable Swiss walnut wood which would otherwise be scrapped as waste material.
Wenger’s Swiss Army Knife Giant Elite 16999 is recognized as the world’s most multifunctional penknife, with 87 implements and 141 different functions. Yeah, but does it fit in your pocket?
Sugru is a silicone-based wonder putty. It’s waterproof, self-adhesive, temperature-resistant, and flexible. Use it for repairs, hacks and more. This video shows how it can protect an iPhone 4.
Barbecue at midnight or send up an emergency signal with the hands-free Joby Gorillatorch Flare, a convenient 100 Lumen flashlight with 1 ultra-bright white CREE LED, 3 red LEDs and strobe option.
Despite the nefarious name, it’s not hard to think of good – or at least – harmless ways of using the items included in this stash. Just think of it as an emergency kit. With a ski mask included.
Originally made from 1888 to the early 1930’s, the solid brass and steel Odd Job is an inside miter and tri-square, depth gauge, scribing tool, T-square, depth marking scribe, plumb level and ruler.
DIY Timelords might appreciate this diecast illuminating screwdriver with sounds, based on the 11th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver. Comes with assorted reversible bits. Ships this August.
Quirky’s Switch is a new version of the Swiss Army knife with thickness and tool options. The kit ships with 18 tools, including a knife, corkscrew, wood saw, LED flashlight and 1GB USB memory stick.
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