James Brand’s Halifax multitool looks deceptively like a keychain trinket. But across its sleek design you’ll find a bottle opener, a scraper and both Philips and flathead screwdrivers. It’s made of titanium and has a Cerakote finish that makes it extremely durable.
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Brandegee Pierce wanted to make a dent in our increasing reliance on plastic. So he came up with a reusable party cup. But that’s not all. The Pirani Party Tumbler is also vacuum-insulated, so it will keep your drinks hot or cold for hours. It also comes with a lid.
Love cold brew? You probably don’t love the prices at coffee shops. Or the time it takes to make it at home. Solve both problems with the BeanPlus Cold Drip Brewer. This kit uses a special drip method to produce rich cold brew coffee in less time while using fewer grounds.
Just like its water bottles, Hydro Flasks’s Food Flasks are made of double wall vacuum insulated stainless steel, so they’ll keep meals warm or hot for hours. The non-slip grip makes the containers easy to carry and resistant to scratches. Available in 12oz or 18oz.
Best Made Company’s brass capsule is packed with everything you need to mend your gear on the go. It contains two pre-loaded bobbins, nylon thread, fabric thread, two stitcher needles, three hand-sewing needles, four buttons, and two patches of Tenacious Tape.
Spanish skateboard craft shop Skate-Home makes lamps out of skateboard decks. One of the shop’s designs is inspired by the radical Mattel Hover Board from Back to the Future II. The deck can be displayed horizontally or vertically, and it has a 7W LED light source.
We’re loving the Striker TRiLIGHTs we’ve got in our garage, and now we have to get our hands on this slick shop light. This handheld version of their adjustable LED light gives you 3000 lumens that you can aim exactly where you need it, and offers a cool touch surface.
A smart, more portable alternative to weighty metal firesafes, FirePRUF’s briefcase-style bag is made of material that can withstand temperatures up to 1000ºF for up to 60 minutes, with a 1200ºF peak, protecting documents and small items from being destroyed by fire.
Looking for a project to put basic welding skills to use? Check out this DIY idea from Ollari’s – a lamp with a shade made by welding a bunch of steel nuts around a curved form, and a base made out of the same. It’s a cool enough design that we’ll forgive his spelling of “baking soda.”