Just because you’re a road warrior doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a good work space. The Co/Studio is a portable office that fits into your backpack. It includes a laptop power bank, wireless charger, organizer wallet, folding mouse pad, and a versatile desk pad that doubles as a privacy shield, laptop stand, and more.
Builder April Wilkerson was looking for a way to get all of the small hardware items out of the way and organized in her shop, so she opened up a section of wall, and built in a series of slotted wooden beams which hold dozens of plastic storage bins. It’s a great idea for an unused interior wall.
This heavy duty, waxed canvas roll-up has space for lots of loose tools or other small items. It has multiple interior pockets with hook-and-loop or zipper closures, and a reassuring buckle to keep it rolled tight. It’s also available as a wrench roll with deep, zippered pouches.
While 5.11’s tactical bag is designed to ride in the passenger seat of police cars, there’s no reason you can’t use it too. It holds up to 39 liters of gear, and has got tons of useful organization compartments and straps for tools and other accessories, and it can attach securely to your seat, or be carried like a messenger bag.
WJMake’s handmade leather organizer is designed to hold three everyday essentials – a pocket multitool, a compact flashlight, and a pen, all ready for quick access on your belt. Be sure to check the Etsy listing to ensure your tools will fit. Available with side loops, or rear clips or loops.
When it comes to snack food, there’s not much worse than a soggy, stale chip. Keep your chips fresh as the day you tore open the bag with Fred’s literal chip clips. They come in potato and tortilla variants. Just don’t accidentally bite down on one, or your might chip a tooth.
A smart way to store food or other small items, these see-through cylindrical containers can adjust in height as you use up your goods, extracting excess air along the way to increase their longevity. Works great for dry goods or in your fridge for chopped veggies and such.
Keep all your desktop bits and bobs organized with these cylindrical steel canisters from Japan’s Puebco. Inspired by spray paint cans, each one has a removable cap, and they can be nested inside of each other when not in use. A great addition to any artist’s studio or craftsperson’s workshop.
Premium accessory maker Grovemade’s desktop stand provides a luxurious and handsome resting place for your cans when they’re not in use. The headphone stand is made from either walnut or maple wood, sandwiched between metal, and wrapped in molded leather. Available for a limited time at this introductory price.
Keep your watches, keys, knives, pens, spare change, and other daily accessories organized in this handsome valet box. Its felt-lined drawers are wide enough to accommodate even the largest watches, and it offers a tray with cable cutouts for charging your phone.
A truly unique alternative to using carabiners to carry small items. The UltraLink is a quick-release belt clip perfect for keyrings and other small EDC gear. It’s made from titanium and aluminum, and holds securely thanks to its smartly designed clip. Also in pure titanium.
In 2018, you keep your appointments in your smartphone. In 2019, you’ll keep the really important ones in your F*cking Brilliant 12-Month Planner book. This cheeky organizer features stylish calligraphy, a gold foil stamped cover, monthly tabs, and plenty of swearing.
The Party Barge offers up three large, individually insulated compartments, letting you serve up cold drinks, hot apps, and other snacks safely side-by-side. At 44″ long, it holds up to 39 drink bottles or 18 liquor bottles, and comes with two removable condiment trays.
View your tablet hands-free with this convenient stand. It lets you angle your device just right on a tabletop, or even on a wall. It folds down small for easy transport, and is perfect for viewing videos or reading recipes. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.
Our friends at Everyday Carry usually share lots of great items like tools, knives, pens, and survival gear. Now you need a place to put all your cool stuff. For carrying all your EDC, check out this list of excellent pouches and organizers. We need that Vanquest Maximizer right now.