Amazon Prime Day 2020 is upon us, so there’s no better time to upgrade your daily loadout than now. Our pals over at Everyday Carry have done the hard work for us, and rounded up a bunch of awesome Prime Day deals on flashlights, multitools, keychains, gadgets, watches, wearables, and more.
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Milwaukee Tool’s rugged crate is perfect for holding and carrying power tools and accessories. The impact resistant crate can carry up to 50 lb, is stackable, or can be hung on the wall with an optional mounting plate. Locking points ensure stable stacking, and it’s compatible with other PackOUT storage components.
Butter is one of those food staples that we often take for granted. But at Le Beurre Bordier, every pat of the creamy dairy product is a handmade work of art. Food Insider introduces us to this French shop dedicated to preserving 19th-century techniques, including the use of a spinning wooden wheel to knead the butter.
Cook a perfect restaurant-quality pizza on your deck with this high-heat steel oven. It cooks with the power of wood pellets and can hit temperatures as high as 900ºF, firing delicious pizzas and searing meats in minutes. Save an additional $27 with code PIZZA27 for a limited time.
This modular power bank system includes three useful components: a magnetic 80-lumen, high CRI lantern, a 5000mAh rechargeable 21700 battery, and a magnetic charger that can recharge the battery or your phone. The kit includes a hardshell case, and its battery can be used to power other lights such as the i4000R.
Add a little space to your desk with this playful astronaut lamp from Paladone. The tiny moon man takes his spacewalk at the end of an adjustable gooseneck, as he floats above the lunar textured base below. Runs on USB or 3 AAA batteries, so it’s definitely just an accent light.
This compact tool packs a three useful survival items in a pen-sized package. It’s got a carbide-tipped glass breaker, a safety whistle, and a firestarter and steel wool tinder compartment inside its anodized aluminum shell. Includes a built in keyring for easy carrying.
This pocket-sized flashlight combines a focused spotlight beam on its tip, and a retractable omnidirectional lantern. It can also stand up thanks to its bell-shaped rubber boot. Its small C4 LED outputs 65 lumens, and runs for up to 6.5 hours on 2 AAA batteries. They also make a 100-lumen penlight version, minus the lantern.
DeWalt’s rugged worklight offers great versatility thanks to its adjustable tripod stand. Its white LED light source outputs up to 3000 lumens, and can pivot and tilt to aim light just where you need it. Its telescoping pole extends up to 7 feet, and it’s IP55-rated for outdoor use. Available with or without the battery and charger.
This compact multitool is made from durable, long-lasting titanium and packs a variety of useful functions, including rulers, wrenches, a bottle opener, pry bar, a drill guide, a wire stripper, flathead screwdriver, a hex bit driver, a bit holder, and more. It’s also got a keychain hole for easy everyday carrying.
We’ve seen two different ways how NOT to make candy corn, now watch how the pros do it. This 2014 clip from The Washington Post takes us inside of the Jelly Belly factory in Illinois for an explanation of the “kernel” making process starting from individual ingredients until they’re bagged and show up on store shelves.
You can sharpen knives yourself, but you’ll never get them as sharp as a professional can. Knife Aid’s mail-in kit lets you ship up to five knives to their team of expert knife smiths, then ships them back to you within about a week, often sharper than the day you bought them.
Fred Conlon’s whimsical metalwork is all over SLC, especially his mischievous monsters made from industrial scrap and old tools. “Proudly made in the USA from worldwide junk” is the Sugarpost motto. He really nailed it with office supplies like a pliers pen cup, wrench desk caddy, and Hammer Hits Nail business card holder.
The idea of a beer and cigarette soap sounds pretty awful on paper. But rest assured, the fragrances in Soap Distillery’s manly soap bar are surprisingly pleasing, swirling together scents of tobacco, lavender, and hops, into a moisturizing and cleansing mix of coconut, olive, and sunflower oils, lager beer, and black clay.
Packing an impressive 36 functions, Victorinox’s full-featured multitool is still small enough to carry all the time. It has the usual array of bladed tools, but it also includes a mini ratchet driver which can improve speed and leverage when working with 1/4″ hex bits. Includes a handsome leather carrying case.
How can you leave your brew standing alone in a world that’s so cold? You need a proper ceramic coffee mug, like this one, inspired by the lyrics of the 1984 Prince hit When Doves Cry, and embellished with a painterly image of the late musician. An exclusive from Ten Ton Titmouse.
If you’ve ever tried grilling jalapenos or other peppers you know it’s tricky to get an even sear. This nifty grill accessory from Cave Tools lets you load up to 24 peppers vertically for consistent cooking without flipping. It also works with chicken legs and fits in ovens too. It includes a stainless steel pepper corer too.
When it comes to opening packages, slicing sheets of paper, or building models, a good utility knife is your best friend. Everyday Carry picked out 13 quality utility knives, each with a scalpel-sharp blade, but with some very different design approaches. We’re big fans of the Gerber GDC Zip Blade for its easy-access design.
Combining a handmade wood board with a miniature concrete fire pit, Swoon Living’s tabletop setup lets you make delicious S’mores whenever you feel like it. The board has cutouts to hold skewers, marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers (not included). The fire burns isopropyl alcohol or high-proof vodka.
This compact tool packs 10 fold-out bits, including hex, torx, flat, and phillips drivers. Its removable outer clip adds wrenches, a tire lever, spoke wrenches, a bottle opener. It measures just 2.2″ x 1.3″ x 0.4″, so it’s easy to carry in any pocket. Fix also makes a belt that can hold the tool in its buckle.
Fans of 8-bit console gaming and adult beverages will love these wood coasters from Cutting Boredom. Each of the six available designs envisions a drunk version of a classic NES game, with titles like “Drunkey Kong” and “Mike Tyson’s Pass Out!!” Each one is printed in color then sealed with a two-coat polyurethane finish.
If you work with wood, you know how even a single inaccurate cut can ripple through your entire project. Incremental Tools precision metal rulers ensure you have the same measurements on the top and side of materials, thanks to their 90º bend and micro-fine marking holes. Available in 6″, 12″, and 18″ lengths.
Don’t you hate when the bar of soap slips out of your hand and onto the shower floor? Tetra Soap fixes that with a unique shape that fits securely in your hand. Its sculptural tetrapod shape won’t slip out of your grip, and each one is handmade from natural ingredients. Available in myrrh and frankincense formulas.
Coppertist Handmade creates some really wonderful little trinkets from various metals. Among their many unique items are these marble-finish brass incense burners in the shape of a house cat. Each one wields its aromatic stick like a kitty with a lightsaber while symbolizing independence, curiosity, and rebirth.
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