This hexagonal multitool measures just 38mm (1.49″) across but includes 10 useful functions. Among its tools are a bottle opener, hex wrenches, pry bar, nail puller, file, a metric ruler, a knife, seatbelt cutter, and a bit driver – though the latter takes only special flat bits that come with it.
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Have a firefighter in the family? These bar tools from Halligan Bottle Openers make a great gift for our valiant first responders. The set includes a bottle opener that looks like a tiny Halligan pry bar, and a corkscrew that resembles a pickaxe. They come with red or black handles, and can be personalized for $10 extra.
A value-priced alternative to spendy multitools, this model is still packed with features. It includes detachable scissors, a corkscrew, pliers, a saw blade, a wire cutter, a 3.3″ knife with flat and serrated edges, a Phillips screwdriver, and a bit driver with nine bits – all for less than 25 bucks. Includes a ballistic nylon pouch.
Was somebody on your list naughty this year? Insist that they clean up their act with Duke Cannon’s 10oz. bar of black soap. It’s formulated with activated charcoal for its cleansing properties and scented with black pepper and bergamot. We suggest pairing it with the Tactical Scrubber to really scour away misbehaviour.
Celebrate your love for the holiday classic A Christmas Story with Funko’s official card game. You’ll triple-dog-dare players to trade presents like the Little Orphan Annie secret decoder pin, a toy fire engine, and the infamous pink bunny suit while trying to avoid Scut Farkus and his little toady pal.
This tiny keychain flashlight punches out plenty of light for its size. Its new 5-sided glowing CSP LED cranks out 150 lumens, providing plenty of illumination with a maximum throw distance of 131 feet. It’s IPX8 waterproof and has a built-in micro-USB rechargeable battery. Comes in black or desert tan.
If you ever have to access a screw or bolt in a really tight spot, Powerbuilt’s low-profile driver could be a big timesaver. Its ratcheting design and thumb notches increase leverage and minimize hand cramps. Comes in 1/4″ and 3/8″ socket sizes, with a 1/4″ hex driver on its opposite side. A great addition to any toolbox.
Show your love for classic Nintendo games with this set of eight chipboard drink coasters made to look like flattened cartridges from the 8-bit gaming system. Includes Zelda, Metroid, ExciteBike, Mario Bros, Donkey Kong, Duck Hunt, and Super Mario 2 and 3 designs.
Never be caught without the proper driver again. This kit includes 90 magnetic bits to fit just about every small screw head, with bits for flat, philips, micro-torx, pentalobe, tri-wing, square, Posidriv, and triangle heads. It also includes a flex extender, tweezers, mini metric sockets, and other tools for working with small parts.
These teensy arcade and vending machines come from The Brick Show Shop. In order to avoid licensing issues, the machines ended up with names like “Ms. Dot Man,” “Froggy,” and “Astrobricks,” but we still love them, and have already built a whole arcade for our minifigs to play in.
This laser-engraved stainless steel card is packed with reference information for scientists and engineers. Its front side has the periodic table of the elements, along with rulers and a protractor, while its back offers up quick access to important constants, formulae, and conversions. There’s also a version for chemistry.
Bored at your desk? Give your fingers something fun to do with this series of miniature games from Running Press. There are tiny versions of Skee-Ball, tetherball, shuffleboard, cornhole, ping pong, basketball, and even mini boxing and weightlifting sets to give your digits a workout when they’re not typing.
Duke Cannon’s exfoliating scrub contains an invigorating mix of menthol, caffeine, and aloe vera that cools, hydrates, and refreshes. It lathers up thick, and brings a bracing chill to even the steamiest shower. Can’t get enough of the cold? Check out their Cold Shower Bundle.
Fans of Nathan Pyle’s Strange Planet will want to add Sweet Existence to their game library. The card game asks players to form connections with other beings while experience life and acquire delicious sweet disks (aka chocolate chip cookies). Just don’t perish, or your game will be over.
Add a splash of color any place you have a spare USB port – these tiny RGB LED lights are perfect for ambient light by your computer or even in your car. They offer an auto on/off photosensor, 8 different color settings, color-cycling, and a gradient “breathing” effect mode.
Areaware presents a collection of tiny 8″ jigsaw puzzles based on images of everyday objects. Selections include breakfast cereal, a disco ball, a pretzel, a piñatas, a slice of pizza, and even an accurate Chicago hot dog (without ketchup, of course.) Get 10% when you order 4 or more using code LPTBUNDLE at checkout.
Put the moon in the palm of your hand with Shire Post Mint’s lovely lunar memento. Each coin features engraved detail of the near and far sides of the moon, struck into solid 999 fine silver. Available in 1″ (.25 troy oz.) and 1.5″ (1 troy oz.) sizes. Why can’t real currency look this awesome?
Try opening a beer with your jaws, and you might chip a tooth. Try with a pretzel, and you’ll get a pile of crumbs. But Fred’s Beer Pretzel has a proper bottle opener built into its bottom, assuring you of a properly opened bottle every time. It also doubles as a chip clip.
Back in the day, we lived off of instant noodles. After all, they’re dirt cheap, fill you up, and they actually taste pretty good. Now that we’re “adults,” we prefer fresh-made ramen, but we still dig Fred’s silly sticky note pad which looks like a brick of the dorm room mealtime favorite.
To commemorate the end of the Skywalker saga, premium playing card maker Theory11 presents a duo of official Star Wars decks. Sold in Light Side and Dark Side variants, they feature custom court cards of iconic good or evil characters, and card backs and boxes featuring spaceships of the Rebellion and Empire.
Gerber’s ultra compact, snub-nosed knife is perfect for cutting open packages, and also small scraping tasks. It opens easily with either a nail nick or the starter hump on its back edge. It’s got anodized aluminum scales, a removable keychain loop, and a pocket clip. Comes in black/silver or brown/black combos.
Stuff some stockings with some socks this holiday season. Specifically, these hilarious grey and green ones from Blue Q, decorated with the words “I almost died but it was just a cold,” along with an assortment of skulls and skeletons to commemorate your gift recipient’s near-death experience.
The folks at Retrograde Supply Co. offer up a variety of snarky embroidered patches perfect for expressing feelings of disdain, ennui, and general dissatisfaction. Each patch has an iron-on backing, though if you’re not too over it, you should get out a needle and thread.