Add a bit of cyberpunk style to any desktop with these LED lamps from AshelArt. The 15″ tall lamps are made from a stack of acrylic tiles which diffuse color through their edges and can display a variety of colorful lighting and rainbow effects. It’s sound-sensitive too, so it can change colors to the beat of your music.
Hobby tool maker Dremel’s soldering iron is powered by butane, so it can be used in places where electricity isn’t available. It also features interchangeable tips so you can use it for cutting, shrinking, wood-burning, cleaning, and other tasks that require heat all in one portable tool.
Bring your shower into the 21st century with this slick gadget that combines a touchscreen Android tablet, Bluetooth speakers, lighting, a fogless mirror, and UV-C sanitization lights. Its base unit holds securely with double-sided adhesive pads, while you can easily remove its water-resistant display for recharging.
Get your campfire started quickly and reliably every time with this unique tool from The Atomic Bear. The anodized aluminum wand holds a length of paraffin-infused rope, which stays lighted while you hold it in the fire – and without burning your fingers. Includes three 13″ lengths of wax rope.
Arctic Zone’s soft-sided cooler is ready for all your outdoor activities. Its main section holds up to 50 cans, and its front compartment is great for sandwiches (or up to 10 more cans). Both sections are wrapped in high-performance insulation. It rolls on rugged all-terrain wheels and is collapsible for storage.
Every musician should carry their lunch around in one of these Fender Amp lunchboxes. It features an officially-licensed design based on the classic Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb combo amp. The tin case features embossed dials on front, and the back is printed with a 1/4″ jack and Fender label.
Made in Japan, the Goshi is a scrubby shower towel woven from a combination of lathering and exfoliating threads. It helps to wash away dirt, oil, and dead skin, keeping you cleaner than you’ve ever felt. It’s made from a long-lasting 100% recyclable nylon. Discounted multi-packs available direct from Goshi.
We love the look of Geeki Tikis’ ceramic tiki tumblers, but if you’d prefer something more kid-friendly and portable, check out these versions that are made from BPA-free plastic. They feature the same awesome designs, but are far less fragile, and have a screw-on top with a reusable straw. Not dishwasher or microwave safe.
MecArmy’s miniature compass is small enough to wear as a pendant, on your keychain, or attached to a bag. It features a high-sensitivity movement with an anti-magnetic bearing, glow-in-the-dark markings, and comes in copper, brass, or TC4 titanium for $10 extra. Measures 1.48″ L x 0.925″ W x 0.51″ H.
This minimal knife is machined from a 4mm thick piece of twill-weave carbon fiber. It’s incredibly lightweight at just 25 grams. It’s definitely a case of form over function though, as carbon fiber won’t retain a razor-sharp edge. It’s best used as a dagger, letter opener, or display piece.
Designed by Joe Wu for CRKT, this handy tool is perfect for maintaining knives or other items that use Torx screws. The compact aluminum driver fits comfortably in your hand, grips confidently, and stores six bits in its handle. It comes with T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, and T15 driver bits.
Asobu’s double-walled stainless steel sleeve keeps your whiskey and other cocktails chilled, while protecting your hand from the cold. The sleeve’s rubber insert slides securely over a standard rocks glass, which is included in the package. Available in black, silver, white, or woodgrain finishes.
Designed to fit in Orbitkey’s leather key organizer, but fine on any keychain, this blade combines a box cutter, bottle opener, pry bar, flat- and Phillips-head screwdrivers, letter opener, imperial and metric rulers, and a file. Made from durable 420 stainless steel.
This versatile hand tool is basically a complete set of socket wrenches. Its dual rotating heads can turn both metric and standard hex bolts in 16 different sizes, as well as 12-point, round hex, square, spline, and Torx bolts. It can even dig in and turn damaged bolt heads.
Want to upgrade to a standing desk, but already have a regular desk? The Jumbo DeskStand offers a double-decker design that lets you place your keyboard and mouse on one level, and your display (or displays) on another. Shelf heights are easily adjusted on its 10-slot ladder. Made from durable baltic birch plywood.
By moving their bolt-action mechanism to the middle of the case, GPCA was able to outfit their pens with a 100 dB survival whistle. They also feature a tungsten glass breaker, and their grips are marked for impromptu measurements. They come in four finishes: aluminum Space Silver or Jet Black, and titanium High Polish or Dark.
When you’re hiking, every little bit of weight in your pack counts. So Get Out Gear came up with the ingenious idea of a camping chair that uses the trekking poles you already carry as part of its metal frame, cutting weight by about 50% compared to other chairs. You can use your own poles, or buy a set that includes them.
This tiny 2.13″ diameter sphere provides a splash of light wherever you need it. It has both a warm white light and red emergency light, and runs for up to 56 hours on its low setting. It’s IPX7 waterproof so you can float it in water, and has a magnetic back for attaching to metal surfaces.
A good flashlight is a critical part of every tool kit and bug-out bag. If you want a light that will help you survive the zombie apocalypse, then a tactical flashlight is the way to go. These high-output lights are built for durability, grip and can be used as a self-defense tool in a pinch. Everyday Carry shares 10 of their faves.
Upgrade your exercise room with a wall-mounted storage shelf from Cziomek Design. Each handmade unit offers cubbies for organizing weights, blocks, towels, and other gear, as well as hanging locations for cycling shoes. This particular design is made from PVC Royal Boards so they’re easy to clean and won’t wear.
This ultra-compact multitool packes nine useful functions into a palm-sized form factor. It includes spring-loaded pliers, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, a file, a bolt/nut gripper, a file, a straight blade, and a bottle opener. It’s also got a pocket clip and a loop for attaching to a keychain.
This handsome and structured leather pouch from Shulga Studio provides the perfect home for pocket tools and accessories. Its main compartment is great for compact multitools, while its side pocket is just right for a flashlight or a short pen. Available in a variety of colors, with optional personalization available.
Builder Laura Kampf got her hands on an old neon letter and decided to make it the centerpiece of a custom-built bookcase. She used a technique called kerf bending to give the unit curved corners and routed several holes into its sides for a light and airy look. We’re impressed that this is her first foray into kerf bending.
True Utility’s Cash Stash capsule is designed to carry a single note of paper currency on your keychain. It’s made from anodized aluminum and features a waterproof “O” ring seal and an internal clip to secure your bill. Its exterior features embossed grip surfaces for easy opening and closing.