This tactical writing instrument from Valtcan is made from lightweight, durable titanium. It retracts with a satisfying bolt-action click and incorporates a tungsten glass breaker on its tail end for emergencies. It takes Schmidt P900, Fisher Space Pen, and Valtcan 2V refills and comes in black and space grey finishes.
This pragmatic belt caddy is ideal for carrying pocket tools, compact flashlights, pens, and other everyday gear. It’s made from genuine leather and compatible with belts up to 45mm (1.77″) wide. This Awesomer Shop deal gives you two of these sheaths for a special discounted price.
The versatile Vertex Pouch from Alpaka provides lots of space and organization for your gadgets and gear. The sling-style bag has numerous compartments, made easily accessible beneath a magnetic flap and a flat bottom for desktop use. It comes in two sustainable fabrics: Axoflux POLY600D and X-Pac RX36, both with a durable ripstop nylon interior.
Dreamfarm is known for its unique kitchen gadgets with silly product names. The Fluicer is an easy-to-use citrus fruit squeezer that folds flat to save drawer space. Its hinged design provides plenty of leverage and extracts the maximum quantity of juice by squeezing both the outside and inside of fruit.
Nutshell makes sturdy coolers that fold down to just 6″ thick for storage. Their standard model holds up to 36 cans and insulates using coconut husks. This sustainable material can outperform foam, keeping ice frozen for up to 48 hours. Its exterior is made from upcycled and recycled textiles. Nutshell is offering a 24% discount for a limited time.
Victorinox’s special-purpose knife is a great everyday carry for wine lovers. It’s got a 5-coil corkscrew that’s long enough to cleanly extract corks, a straight-edged locking blade, bottle opener, and a foil cutter. Its wooden handles are available in olive or walnut, and can also be engraved.
The makers of the HyperCube infinity light are back with two new conversation pieces. The app-controlled HyperHedra and HyperPyramid are triangular mirrored structures illuminated with hundreds of colorful LEDs inside. Thanks to their angled frames, the 11″ tetrahedron and 15″ pyramid produce even more kaleidoscopic patterns than the cubes.
This impressive backpack from Nashville’s Loyal Stricklin has plenty of room for all of your everyday essentials. It’s handcrafted from waxed canvas with leather accents and antique brass hardware. Features include a large main compartment, a padded 16″ laptop pocket, a deep zippered front pocket, dual water bottle pockets, and a mesh padded back.
This mini knife hangs from a pendant or your keychain and opens packages, cuts paper, or punctures things. It has a unique case design that opens up like the wings of a beetle, protecting its blade when not in use and providing a handle once opened. It comes with a quick-release magnetic connector for fast deployment.
Blackthorn Leather’s handsome wallet provides the ideal home for a Field Notes journal. It fits standard 3.5″ x 5.5″ notebooks and has a built-in pen loop and storage for cards, cash, or other flat items. Each Blackthorn leather accessory is handmade in Southern California.
Keep soap bars from getting slimy and gross with Brix Soap Cases. These sturdy ABS plastic cases hold soap bars in place so they won’t slip out of your hand in the shower. A magnetic lid holds in place securely, keeping bars from making a mess when traveling or heading to the gym. Available in two sizes to hold square, round, or rectangular soaps.
Lighting a bunch of matchsticks at the same time isn’t something any of us need to do, but it does make for a cool video. This compilation of DIY project hacks from Ideias Incríveis and 5 Minute Crafts includes a few other ideas that aren’t that useful. Still, there’s no question that they’re all satisfying to watch.
Unplug’s all-weather bags are made from a 100% waterproof TPU-coated ripstop oxford fabric and have an airtight rolldown top to keep out the elements. They can be carried as a duffel or worn as a backpack, and since they’re weatherproof you can even transport them on a roof rack without worry. Available in 65L, 110L, and 155L sizes.
We’re absolutely wild about things that keep everything in its right place. Jason from Epic Upcycling shows off an amazing build – a custom rack for all of his woodworking tools. It’s an impressive piece of cabinetry, and he made it entirely from scrap wood he harvested from shelving units he used to have in his workshop.
RTIC’s insulated jugs are perfect for carrying a full day’s worth of liquid refreshment. The stainless steel jugs come in 1/2-gallon and 1-gallon capacities and feature double-wall insulation to maximize temperature retention of cold or hot beverages. Each has a heavy-duty lid with a screw cap and can be personalized with text, monograms, or logos.
The Nitecore LR70 combines a bright flashlight, a camping lantern, and a power bank. Its flashlight cranks out a maximum of 3000 lumens, while the lantern mode produces a smooth white light of up to 400 lumens in every direction. Its other modes include beacon, SOS, and red light, and its 10,000 mAh battery recharges gadgets quickly via a USB-C port.
Most toolboxes have a screwdriver, hammer, pliers, and other basic tools. But sometimes, you need a specialized tool to get the job done. We’ve selected 15 cool and unique tools that can make quick work of various tasks, from removing stripped screws to cutting carpet to driving screws and nails in tight quarters.
Gerber’s smartly-designed camp saw folds up flat when not in use while its parts remain connected. Its 12″ blade can cut through large-diameter wood, and its shape ensures you can use every inch of the blade. A textured handle provides maximum grip, and it comes with a blade edge protector for safe packing.
Kizen’s compact LED lantern is perfect for campsites or anywhere you need a little extra light. It collapses down to about the size of a hockey puck and can run on solar or USB power, and its rechargeable battery can be used as a phone charger in an emergency. It comes in blue or yellow.
Road Agent Leather wanted a case to protect and carry his 9mm Smith & Wesson pistol. Being a skilled leatherworker, he decided to make his own from scratch. He started by flattening and dying leather sheets, cutting them into precise shapes, then gluing and stitching them together. He used a laser cutter to make the perfect circles for holding ammo.
These handsome valet trays from Bar W.R. are the perfect place to empty your pockets. Handmade in their L.A. studio, each tray has a thick and sturdy shell of vegetable-tanned leather lined with a smooth layer of suede to protect your items from scratches. Available in two sizes and a variety of contrasting colors.
Exploring Alternatives takes us on a tour of one of the coolest tiny houses we’ve ever seen. Created by Repère Boréal, the Uhu is a 200-sq.ft. steel home that floats 40 feet in the air. After ascending a spiral staircase, occupants cross a bridge in the trees to enter the 1-bedroom home. Inside, it has a kitchen, bathroom, and a desk.