Combining a key organizer with a locking knife, the Mini Q might just be the ultimate EDC. Holds up to four keys (eight with extensions). Choose from bottle opener, drop point and anteater utility blades, and aluminum, brass or titanium.
A shovel multitool. The carbon steel shovel head also acts as a hoe, a saw, and a knife, and the aluminum handle houses additional tools: an ice pick, a blade with a bottle opener and a flashlight that’s also a USB charger.
This unique throwing knife doubles as a 22-function multitool. It’s milled from 420 high-carbon stainless steel, and includes wrenches, screwdrivers, a saw, pry bar, wirestripper, and more. Measures 13″ long.
A most pragmatic choice for those wanting a discreet tool, this pocket knife will be appreciated for its slim profile; it’s smaller than a credit card but almost as svelte. It’s crafted from ultra light titanium and is a mere 2 3/4″ when closed.
An electronic multi-gadget that packs eight functions in one cubic inch. The WonderCube has a microUSB or Lightning cable, an LED flashlight, an microSD card reader, a microsuction phone stand and a 9v battery emergency charging port.
Machine Era’s keychain multi-tool is made from a single piece of titanium. It has a Phillips and a flathead screwdriver, a bottle opener, a pry wedge, a 1″ ruler and a large finger grip.
A rugged flashlight with built-in GPS, a fitness tracker and other apps. It also has a USB port that lets you charge other devices from its battery or attach a Fogo module, which will include a walkie-talkie and a satellite modem.
Paint Handy has a microfiber cloth that holds up to a pint of paint without spilling, even if you hold it upside down. The paint transfers easily to a brush or roller, and you can put excess paint back to its container.