Everyman’s handy key-shaped keychain knife is perfect for opening packages – and opening beers, thanks to its built in bottle opener. Its 1.2″ locking blade is made from surgical-grade stainless steel. Save 19% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
A magnetic pin that blocks the cap of #4, #5 and #6 hex bolts, the ones commonly used to secure bicycle parts. Each pin is angled and so small that only the Hexlox key can take it out, and each order of pins only works with the key that comes with it.
A compact wrench which fits in your pocket, and uses interchangeable blades to provide different size openings for a variety of nuts, as well as bicycle spokes. It’s even got a bottle opener blade. Made from stainless steel, and holds up to five blades at a time.
This pocket-sized tool combines a key organizer and a pocket knife in one. Quiet Carry’s Mini Q is made from durable Grade 5 titanium, holds 4 to 8 keys, and its 2.35″ hardened steel blade has a screwdriver tip and built in bottle opener. Save 19% in The Awesomer Shop.
This bladeless multi-tool measures just 2.8″ long when closed and weighs just 2.2oz, making it the perfect keychain travel companion. It packs needle nose pliers, wire cutters, scissors, a bottle opener, tweezers, files, flat drivers, and a hook for opening broken zippers.
A compact titanium-alloy multitool. Use it as a universal wrench, a hex bit driver, a flat or a wide head screwdriver and a pry bar. It comes with a steel insert that’s a finger-safe box opener on one end and a fork on the other end. It also fits standard utility blades.
Store oversized items inside your car by turning the passenger side seats into cargo racks. Replace the headrests with the mounting posts then install the cargo bars and straps. SeatRack also has an optional camera mount.
An insanely powerful compact flashlight that can push out up to 4,200 lumens, and is capable of projecting a 1/4 mile-long beam. Made from aluminum alloy, it’s IPX 8 waterproof and impact resistant.
A newly engineered series of hammers, sledgehammers, and mauls designed to dramatically reduce shock and vibration, easing fatigue and injury risk, while increasing efficiency. Fiskars says their design produces up to 4X less shock than wood-handled tools.
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