This compact pocket knife is not only great for carving and slicing. Its pointed tip makes it great for prying, opening cans and even working on flat-head screws. Its handle provides excellent grip and has a jimp to prevent your index finger from slipping.
Looking for a bright flashlight you can rely on? Everyday Carry has got the hookup with five great lights that won’t let you down, and you’ll feel confident carrying in your bag for any time you need something brighter and more focused than your smartphone’s wimpy light.
Hold any cloth, tarp, or other fabric firmly in place without the need for grommet holes. These heavy duty plastic grips grab tighter as more tension is applied. The diminutive Minnow Gripper holds up to 175 lb, while the 5″ long Mighty Gripper holds up to 150 lb.
CountyComm’s pen-sized screwdriver is the perfect addition to your EDC pack. The compact aluminum tool has two interchangeable bits which provide two sizes of phillips and flathead drivers. The cap has a neodymium magnet built in to lift items up to 8oz.
This useful stainless steel and plastic tool combines a cutting blade, bottle opener, firestarter, flashlight, compass, screwdriver, carabiner, and 1/4″ hex bit adapter in one. Also available in a gift set with a machined tactical pen and waterproof case for $45.
This small (3.8″ long) but substantial (3.3 oz) flashlight features a body milled from solid brass. Its 4000K Nichia 219C high CRI LED offers four modes, from a dim 2 lumen “moonlight” up to a bright 470 lumens (with a 14500 battery) when you really need to see what you’re doing.
Keep your hand tools like wrenches and screwdrivers neat and organized in the large roll-up bag, and your knives, tweezers, and other small items in the small roll. Both are made from water-resistant Oxford cloth, and the large one has an adjustable shoulder strap.
Table saws were designed for ripping straight through pieces of wood or other building materials. But maker Izzy Swan decided to see if he could do something unconventional with his saw. With the help of a custom jig, he managed to create turned wood spindles on his.
Instead of the separate heads of its wooden brethren, these tomahawks have carbon steel all the way through their handles, and glass-filled nylon grips. The Chogan has three cutting edges and a hammer back, while the Kangee is sharp on every edge and has a spiked back.
This versatile steel tool packs 20 functions, including hex and Torx keys, screwdrivers, and a few tools specifically for bicycling, including a spoke wrench, valve core remover, and two chain breakers. The secondary tool attaches magnetically so you won’t lose it.
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