A multitool built around an extendable 7oz. tube. Interchangeable heads turn the tube – or tubes – into various hand tools, including a shovel, a tripod, a rake and even a bench, with more heads and accessories coming.
Packing tape for frequent fliers. Each roll has 99ft. of tape with repeating text and patterns that resemble airport baggage tags. Available in blue, green and orange. We’re guessing it might confuse shipping companies.
Now you can make stuff, not war but still look like the badass that you are with this butterfly multi-tool that works as a screwdriver, wrench, and bottle opener. Ok, it has a saw and knife too but they’re better suited for utility than fatality.
Solving yet another major first-world problem, ThinkGeek ensures you’ll get perfectly straight slices thanks to its military grade laser-guided pizza wheel. Also works as a flashlight for those times when you must cut pizza in the dark.
The Colladjust is a lightweight and adjustable aluminum ring that helps control ill-fitting shirt collars. Place it under your collar then bend it until you get your desired look or fit. The ring will hold its shape until you adjust it again.
Keep your weekend camping trip efficient with the Hobo Eat Kit. This Swiss Army knife of food tools is made of stainless steel, and the components separate into individual pieces, so you can keep it classy in the great outdoors.
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.
The design lover/office supply junkie in your life will love these forged metal book binder style scissors. Rustic and refined, they’ll look gorgeous on a desk or the workbench. You can throw those cheap plastic handled ones out now.
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