The Mo-Tool Axe is already a multi-tool with a hammer and axe head, but the handle (wood inlay or black) packs a can opener, wire cutter, pliers, file, wrench, screwdrivers, and blades.
Black & Decker’s Ready Wrench is an all-in-one socket wrench, replacing sixteen sockets (eight standard, eight metric); it features etched and color-coded sizes for easy visibility.
You may not be a liar, but your pants are definitely at risk of catching on fire with this Steel Belt Lighter; it features a detachable solid metal butane lighter that sits in your belt buckle.
mPower’s Emergency Illuminator is an LED flashlight that also powers gadgets in a pinch via USB: it runs on CR123 batteries, but packs a reserve battery with a 20-year shelf life.
It’s not yet available, but the Cole-Bar Hammer nails it: named in memory of the inventor’s son, it’s a multifunction tool that serves as a crow bar, square, angle tool, and socket wrench.
The Might-D-Light LED130 is one heckuva worklight: it not only folds up for portability, but includes 80 LEDs, AC and DC chargers, neodymium magnets, and reflective strips for safety.
This ain’t no plastic KFC doohickey: TAD Gear’s second-generation Folding Titanium Spork uses a stronger Ti alloy, tougher rivets, and a combination bottle cap lifter and can opener.
Pry open your brewskies with panache with the Top Gear Bottle Opener: it’s a bolt-like, stand-up chromed brass tool that can rip off caps rapidly either by hooking, pushing, or pulling.
The Split Pea Peanut Lighter is the world’s smallest production lighter; made out of stainless steel, it stands 1.3″ tall with a 0.5″ diameter and runs on standard lighter fluid. Thanks, Alex!
We still remember the ticking of the metronome to count beats per measure, but this Cassette Tape Measure is a physical double entendre: it measures distance instead of time.
It may look like a dead man’s switch, but the Cavius Personal Alarm is a lifesaver: it’ll scare crooks by emitting an ear-spltting 130 dB blast, and also doubles as a visual smoke alarm.
Called a paradigm shift in woodworking for being safe as a hand saw yet accurate as a power-tool, The Jointmaker Pro features Japanese saw blades and a hand-crank with pitch adjustor.
A 21st century road flare, LiteFlares pack two high intensity LEDs with 1 mile visibility, a polycarbonate case that can be run over by a car, and lasts 400+ hours on two AA batteries.
Bikers can stay prepared, save space and stash cash with this Benchmade-built, Harley Davidson branded Levitator Knife; it’s a modified tanto blade with built-in money clip.
Joby’s Gorillamobile stand now supports the 3G/3GS; it still features three flexible legs, a camera adapter, lock ring and adhesive clips, but adds a soft-touch iPhone-only case.
It looks like a futuristic powercell, but MightyLite Mini is actually a portable flashlight that doubles as a lantern; it runs on one AA battery, weighs 2.5 oz and outputs 26 lumens.
The Holy Grail probably won’t bring eternal life to your paperclips, but pen and pencil robbers will think twice before pillaging your stash of Indiana Jones desktop accessories.
There won’t be anyone running out to clean your windows or check your oil, but the Garage Bell works for us: it rings like a good old full service station when you roll into your garage.
Good by plane, train, car, or boat, Aerotech’s Evolution Bike Case is an all-in-one carrier made out of shock-resistant ABS plastic; it’ll hold your entire bicycle (up to a 64 cm frame).
Use it with your iPhone Stencil Kit: Notepod seems pricey at $18 for 300 sheets, but the iPhone form factor and the thick 80gsm laser stock ensure this’ll be a noteworthy investment.
Liked by Military Times for its durability and simplicity, Surefire’s Minimus Headlamp is ideal for night biking, lasts up to 2 hours at 100 lumens and can be angled upward for overhead work.
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