Tooli is a compact but scalable CNC machine that works with four heads: a plotter for drawing and cutting, an airbrush for painting, a laser for engraving and cutting and a liquid dispenser that doubles as a pick-and-place tool.
To us, it looks more like a piranha than a guppy, but that doesn’t diminish the utility of this steel multitool, packing an adjustable wrench, Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers, a removable LED light, a bottle opener a 2″ knife blade.
Be prepared for the inevitable zombiepocalypse with this impressive tool. It’s got a black oxide coated stainless steel pummeling head, a reinforced fiberglass and nylon handle, and a razor sharp spike for piercing and demolition.
A compact 5-axis CNC milling machine for materials within 4.5″ x 4.8″ x 3.45″. It can mill materials up to the hardness of aluminum, including wood, wax and plastic. Its spindle lets you change heads just by pulling a lever.
Triple 7 Gear’s Core Nano wallet has room for small utility items and gadgets such as pens, flashlights and multitools alongside your cash, cards and ID. It’s made from 1000D ballistic nylon and comes in bright orange, brown and black.
This deceptively simple looking EDC hangs from your keychain, and provides nine sizes of box wrenches, a pry bar and nail puller, a 1/4″ bit driver, 1/8″ allen key, and a 1/8″ flat blade or phillips screwdriver. Made from durable titanium.
These insanely realistic belgian chocolate sculptures look exactly like hand tools, but are completely edible. Just don’t leave them in your toolbox or they might melt. Who are we kidding? You’ll eat them long before you do that.
A must-have gadget for camping and emergencies, it combines the functionality of a portable lantern and flashlight with a USB charger for your mobile gadgets. Its 7800 mAh battery can power the light for up to 48 hours.
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