OneUp Components‘ compact tool kit is engineered just for bicyclists, and includes a variety of hex and spoke wrenches, along with a chain link breaker, Presta valve core tool, tire levers, screwdrivers, and storage for a CO2 cartridge, which can be used with OneUp’s matching compact pump.
True Utility’s clippable key organizer holds up to four frequently-used keys, and comes with a multitool blade that includes a TSA-safe cutter, eyeglass screwdriver, two flat screwdrivers, a nail cleaner, a file, and a bottle opener. It has a handsome leather strap, and a fail-safe military-style clip.
Gentlemen’s Hardware’s Swiss army style tool packs a cheese grater, zester, garlic crusher, channel knife, small paring knife, serrated knife, peeler, fork, spoon, bottle opener, corkscrew, and can opener in one gadget. It has a wood handle and stainless steel blades.
Designed by Eric Ochs, Golphers‘ unique pocket knife is designed specifically for golf players. In addition to a substantial S35VN stainless steel blade and a selection of cool scale styles, it packs a titanium divot tool, a magnetic ball marker in the handle, and the requisite bottle opener. Awesomer readers save 10% with code AWESOME10.
Olight’s compact flashlight might be only 2.48″ long, but it kicks out an impressive 1000 lumens at its brightest setting. It’s IPX8 waterproof and submersible to 2m, and recharges using a magnetic charging cable. Available in black or red, as well as limited edition titanium versions that celebrate spring, summer, and fall.
Italian knifemaker Maserin’s pocket tool is substantial and versatile. It starts off with a 2.6″ stainless steel knife blade, and adds to that a tool blade with a can opener, bottle opener, screwdriver, wrenches and more. It’s all set into a handsome body with sturdy G-10 handle scales. Available in black/black, black/silver, blue, or orange.
Chiseled Design’s hardened stainless steel mutitool packs in over 30 functions in one, including straight, philips, hex, and Torx driver bits, spoke wrenches, box cutter, string cutter, bottle opener, and more. Despite its slim profile, its pop-out driver handle provides good leverage.
Built in the USA by the great bootmakers at Danner, this leather tool belt is a good looker and a good worker. It’s made to last, constructed from thick suede and natural leather. Features two large and three small pockets, a full-grain leather hammer loop and tape holder, and an adjustable web belt for waists 29”-46.”
Want to leave a memorable impression with your clients and prospects? MyMetalBusinessCard will whip you up some awesome looking 1.5mm thick stainless steel business cards with a built-in bottle opener and an optional magnetic back. They’re not cheap, but they also won’t end up in the bin like other cards.
Vasver Blades‘ uniquely designed compact knife features a finger hole and curved tail to provide a confident grip while cutting. It’s got a hole for hanging from paracord, and comes with a small leather sheath. Measures 4.33″ overall with a 1.73″ blade length. Its D2 steel is available with or without cryo-treatment.
Designed for photographers, but useful for just about everyone, Smallrig’s pocket tool packs in seven drivers, including flat, phillips, allen wrenches and Torx T25 drivers. The frequently-used flat blade retracts from its center, while the other blades flip out like a pocket knife. It also has threaded holes for storing screws.
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.
Gerber’s modern flipper knife features a boldly-designed straight blade, and elegant bamboo handle scales. Its finger notch makes it easy to deploy, and it’s perfect for everyday cutting tasks. Its blade measures 2.7″ long and is made from long-lasting 7Cr17MoV stainless steel.
At just 5.12″ long, Milwaukee Tool’s small but mighty drill/driver goes places others don’t. It comes with four interchangeable heads: 3/8″ chuck, offset driver, 1/4″ hex, and right angle; each attaching in 16 different positions, and cranks out up to 300 in-lb of torque. The kit includes a pair of battery packs and an charger.
For this project, metalsmith Shurap created a gigantic chisel using numerous layers of steel. The oversized tool is designed for woodworking, but is so beautiful that it could just be a work of art on a stand. Watch how the intricately-carved handle was made here.
Halloween might be over, but that’s just when the undead will attack – when our guard is down. Thankfully, the guys at Everyday Carry have got the solution, with an arsenal of useful tools, implements, and accessories in the event that you need to survive doomsday.
NEBO’s ultra-bright flashlight kicks out an impressive 6,000 lumens, and offers a 4x zoom lens. It can project its beam over 700 feet in its brightest mode, and also has 1200 lumen, 60 lumen, and strobe modes. It’s made from sturdy anodized aluminum, is waterproof, and has a glow-in-the-dark reflector.
This compact handheld power tool makes quick work of metal, wood, PVC, concrete, and even tile. Plus, its handy laser guide helps make sure you make straight cuts. It’s light enough to guide up a wall, can slice through 2″ boards, and can even make plunge cuts in the middle of sheet goods.
This rugged, pistol-grip flashlight offers up to 1000 lumens of light for up to 6 hours of continuous use, or 100 lumens for 20 hours. It’s got a 7.4V, 18500 lithium-ion rechargeable battery, and an 18-watt LED light source, and is housed in an impact-resistant, waterproof ABS shell that’s designed to float if dropped in water.
Foresti Steel’s damascus steel fixed blade knife is ready for the toughest wilderness tasks. Its handle is a paracord wrap, providing added versatility, and a place to store small items like matches or fishing line by rewrapping it. It measures 8″ overall, with a 3″ blade, and comes with a leather sheath and a wood gift box.