This wall-mounted pegboard rack makes it easy to keep all your hand tools organized and ready to use. It includes 4 feet of powder-coated steel pegboard, along with a variety of pegs, hooks, bins, shelves, and drill bit boxes to keep everything tidy. It even includes a wrench organizer and a paper towel holder.
Unlike other roll-up bags, the Tego Adventure Kit can be arranged to hold exactly the kind of items you travel with. Its seven modules slide together to provide just the right mix of pockets in various sizes, elastic mesh compartments, and cord wraps for holding and organizing small items.
This versatile hanging system makes it easy to organize items indoors or out. Its 4-foot-long webbing has multiple hanging loops, and the kit comes with 10 S-Biner clips for hanging gear and clothing. A set of reusable Gear Tie ends holds the webbing securely in place between tree branches, on nails, or on a tent frame.
Keep your desk clutter under control with this tower-style MDF wood organizer from Kuk Design. It has two upright slots for storing notebooks or a tablet, four small shelves for accessories, and a lower cubby that’s perfect for A4 or Letter-size papers. They also make a version for storing lots of pens or markers.
Keep your pens, pencils, and other skinny pocket tools neat and organized with Ewittco’s nicely-structured full-grain leather cases. They come in a variety of colors, and can be personalized with an engraved name or logo graphic. Measures 7.7″ x 3.7″ closed, 7.7″ x 7.7″ open.
UK-based Sphere Designs makes this useful workstation for assembling and painting models and miniatures. It comes with a removable A4-size cutting mat and ceramic tile insert, brush holders, and with a rack customized to fit your preferred brand of paints. They also make standalone paint racks and brush racks.
Do you collect pocket knives? Keep them organized and easily accessible in this clamshell organizer case. It holds up to 64 knives in its four storage flaps, each lined with numerous elastic straps. You can also use it to store other kinds of pocket tools.
Do you have art supplies lying all over your workshop? These interlocking tubes from Marks Mandalas form a grid of cubbies for organizing paints and markers. They come in sets from 20 pieces up to 200 pieces and are ideal for 2oz. craft paint bottles, pens, pencils, other skinny tools. You can use them either horizontally or vertically.
Worky transforms any tabletop into an office in an instant. Its portable case contains a workspace for your laptop, a power strip with USB charging ports, a cable organizer, file and accessory storage, and a magnetic dry-erase whiteboard surrounded by LED lighting for video calls.
This multipurpose wood organizer makes a great addition to any mudroom or by your front door. It has a shelf on top for a phone and wallet, a key rack that holds keys with LEGO bricks, and a dry-erase blackboard for writing notes. It measures appx. 11″ w x 7.9″ h, and the shelf is about 3.9″ deep. Comes in a variety of accent colors.
This sturdy and inexpensive carrying case from Keter is made from weather-resistant polypropylene, and offers plenty of space for organizing small tools inside. It’s got tool holders in its lid, along with adjustable dividers in its main compartment, and a removable bin for small parts. Measures 18.9″L x 14.96″W x 6.89″H.
UK woodworker Silas & Such make a variety of racks for display and organization. This rustic reclaimed wood shelving can showcase a mix of knives, watches, and other small collectible items. It measures 35.4″ w x 16.9″ h x 4.3″ d and can be wall-mounted into studs or used freestanding.
This rugged Cordura Nylon pouch is great for carrying all kinds of small items when you’re enjoying outdoor activities. It can attach to a waist belt or MOLLE-compatible webbing and features a large drawstring main compartment, and side and front pockets. It folds down to less than 20% of its size when not in use.
Keep your suitcase and its contents neat and organized with these convenient packing cubes. The set includes six zippable containers. They come two each in three sizes, allowing for a wide variety of configurations in different bags. Each cube is made from durable nylon, with mesh sides for ventilation.
Keep your gear safe and organized with Front Runner’s stackable storage boxes. Perfect for overlanding, they’re made from impact-resistant plastic and keep out water and dust with secure latches and an IP66 rating. They have built-in carrying handles, and work great with Front Runner’s stretchy Stratchits tie-downs.
ToughBuilt’s heavy-duty tool bags feature a lightweight yet structured design, and a cavernous interior compartment which can be accessed via a wide-mouth zipper top. There are tool pouches and loops inside, as well as exterior pockets, and their main section can be locked. They in sizes from 12″ to 30″ wide.
Bull Tools’ large tool roll is great for organization and storage, with 22 graduated pockets that hold different sizes of wrenches, along with four additional pockets for other items. Made from 24-ounce, waterproof duck canvas, it opens up to 30″ x 13.5″, and rolls up to about 5″ x 13.5″.
Everyday Carry and Manhattan Portage’s updated Atlas Sling bag is back in stock. The V2 is 33% deeper, its 1″ strap is made from seatbelt webbing, and can stowed in a pocket. Its interior storage pockets have been tweaked for greater versatility, and there are tuck-away handlebar straps for bike mounting. It also now comes in red.
Chrome’s structured bike bag is made from a durable tarp material. It attaches easily to handlebars, but can also be worn as a sling or waist bag with its stowable body strap. Inside, there’s plenty of space and mesh organizer pockets for your phone, wallet, keys, and bike tools.
Keep your office tidy and organized with these modular wood trays from Oakywood. Each OakyBlock has magnets built-in for snap-together configuration. They come in small and large sizes, pen/pencil trays, phone dock, wireless charger, and sticky notes holder models in both oak and walnut. Also sold in multi-tray bundles.
This handy camping accessory from TreeHugger Systems provides a way to keep loose items together in your backpack. Its 3D-printed baseplate has dozens of holes for tying down items with the included lashing cord. Its open grid can also be used with Velcro straps.
Design the Everything makes this tabletop tray for sorting small parts. Each one is machined from aluminum and has three sections for storing screws, nuts, washers, and other hardware. It’s also good for rings or cufflinks. It’s smaller than it looks, though, at 6″w x 3″d, x 1″h. Choose from a raw or tumbled finish.
When it comes to building with LEGO bricks, keeping your bricks sorted can be a big pain. We’ve seen how brick sorting can be done with automation, but I Like to Make Stuff built something a bit simpler – a wood and acrylic device that sifts bricks through a series of holes, separating pieces of similar sizes and shapes.
Keep yourself and your stuff organized with Lochby’s complete EDC kit. It includes a matching waxed canvas tool roll and pocket journal, along with a Karas EDK v2 aluminum pen, and ruled and dot grid notebook refills. Choose from brown or black canvas. It’s currently on sale for about $20 off.
Grypmat’s strong, yet flexible trays are made from a material that won’t slip, keeping hand tools and hardware in reach while working on projects. Their high-contrast colors make it easy to spot items too. Their Professional series also resists chemicals, has built-in measurements, and a hook-and-loop storage system.
These pocket-sized key organizers hold a mix of flat keys and optional blades that add tools like a knife, screwdriver, flashlight, and bottle opener. They come in a variety of materials like steel, titanium, carbon fiber, and micarta, as well as anodized and patterned aluminum.