This whimsical Swiss army style knife packs in seven useful tools, while looking like various animals, including a rhino, a hippo, and a giraffe. Has a bottle opener, wire stripper, file, punch, flat/Phillips drivers, and a knife. We think they should have called it the ZooTool.
Designed by world record speed climber Hans Florine, this lightweight and compact folding knife is designed specifically for ease of use and access during climbing expeditions. The Niad has a corrosion-resistant titanium handle, and a large hole for attaching it to carabiners.
Maratec’s pocket-sized flashlight looks awesome thanks to its body, made completely from real copper. Its got a bright LED beam that lasts up to 50,000 hours, and offers three brightness settings: 1.5, 40, and 138 lumens. Runs on a single AAA battery.
This wallet can hold up to four credit cards, and is packed with survival tools, including a compass, knife, whistle, screw and hex drivers, a pen, firesteel, windproof match and more. Available in anodized aluminum and titanium, and includes a paracord wrist lanyard.
Whether you’re chopping wood or taking down zombies, this lightweight 2-position axe is up to the toughest tasks. Designed in collaboration with blademaker Joe Pirela, it’s got a durable 6061 Aluminum handle, an S7 tool steel blade, 316 stainless hardware, and a Kydex sheath.
Interno Italiano’s Neri are minimalist pens and mechanical pencils. Instead of having caps and the usual refilling system, they simply have a brass thumbscrew, akin to that used in technical compasses, to hold the ink cartridge or adjust the pencil lead.
An electric fire starter, Sparky uses two AAA batteries and a copper tip to deliver up to 3.5V of electricity, enough to set steel wool or gum wrapper foil on fire. It has an aluminum or copper body and a twist cap with a clip.