Striker says B.A.M.F.F. stands for “Broad Array Multi Flood Flashlight,” but we know what it really stands for. Either way, these badass lights offer dual CREE LEDs,the ability to cast both spot and flood lights at the same time, and 400, 600, or 800 lumens of brightness.
This aluminum and zinc alloy keychain or belt-worn tool lets you carry up to six hex bits. Its interior compartment is waterproof, and its magnetic tip securely holds a bit for driving. You can also adjust its dividers to hold other items like pills, toothpicks, or emergency cash.
This stubby little flashlight is small, but mighty, pushing out up to 900 lumens of brightness, while measuring in at 2.36″ long. Its CREE XPL-HI LED offers clean and bright light, and its Neodymium magnetic tail means you can stick it to metal surfaces.
You can’t carry your entire toolbox with you all the time, but you can certainly keep a multi-tool in your pocket. Everyday Carry picks out their favorite keychain-sized tools of the year so far, from folding models like the Leatherman Micra, to smaller flat-bladed models like the EverRatchet.
Worx’s updated robotic mower (WG140) can automatically cut lawns up to 1/4-acre, and minimizes the need for edging tools. It runs on an interchangeable 20V Lithium battery, and can be controlled remotely using a mobile app which is smart enough to even avoid mowing on rainy days.
The Tronex is a dual LED flashlight that has a built-in and retractable body strap, so you can use it handsfree. Its LEDs are mounted on flexible arms. It has several lighting modes, and provides up to 4500 lumens of light and up to 24h of use per charge. It also has a USB charging port.
Ever been working on a repair or assembly project and dropped a screw into a spot where you can’t reach it? This unique tool is perfect for the recovery job, with its flexible telescoping head, a super-strong magnetic tip, and a built-in LED flashlight. Extends from 6.69″ to 21.65″.
An EDC tool for camping and outdoor living. While it works as a sturdy fork and spoon, inside, the Ka-Bar Spork conceals a serrated knife, perfect for cutting meat, as well as for survival and self-defense. The spork and knife are made from a high-strength industrial polymer.
Inventery’s aptly named Interchangeable Mechanical Pen and Pencil is a handsome brass body that accepts both Schmidt 9000 EasyFlow M pen and Schmidt DSM 2007 pencil refills. It has a removable clip, a click cap and an eraser cap. It’s available in three finishes.
This pocket flashlight pumps out 700 lumens on a 14500 battery. Its diamond-embossed body is extra grippy, and looks good too. While we prefer the titanium edition, it’s available in a black or red finish for about half the price. We also spotted a sweet custom-anodized one on Etsy.
The perfect addition to any toolbox or workbench, this bottle opener has a screwdriver style handle so you can store it amongst your tools, then pop open a cold one after a long day working on projects. Features a cushioned handle and a durable stainless steel blade.
A stainless steel pocket tool which won’t get you stopped by the TSA. It packs a scraper, bottle opener, 1/4″ hex driver, medium-size screwdriver, open wrench (English), box wrench (Metric), and a box opener. Plus, it really does look like an angry little fish with teeth.
Bladesmith Jake’s Custom Knives takes an old pipe wrench and works his magic, transforming the rusty plumber’s tool into a beautiful and unique new knife, perfect for throwing at a bullseye. While this one isn’t for sale can buy other knives over at Jake’s Etsy shop.
Trixie & Milo makes a variety of pocket-sized multi-tools in whimsical shapes like bears, sharks, and bulldogs. But their most pragmatic tool is this carabiner-style tool, which packs a flat screwdriver, bottle opener, wire cutter, phillips screwdriver, and four metric wrenches.
Looking for some new gear to outfit your pack with? Check out Everyday Carry’s top 10 most popular items from March 2019. Whether you need a new wallet, pocket knife, pen, or multi-tool, they’ve got you set with some great ideas you can buy for yourself or for gift giving.
KastKing’s spring-loaded aluminum pliers are a must have in any fisherman’s toolbox. They can safely remove hooks, cut fishing line, crimp sleeves, hold small objects, and have a bright LED light that shines on whatever you’re working with. Perfect for night fishing.
Keith’s Test Garage has been making organizer trays for his collection of router and Dremel bits. He started out by drilling holes that fit the bits, then he thought of a much simpler method: intersecting dadoes. The grooves take only five minutes to make with a table saw.