Woodworker Andrew Klein believes he’s come up with a quick way to make a drawer or box out of a single sheet of wood using a few asymmetrical cuts, and has designed a custom saw blade for his technique.
A must-have gadget for camping and emergencies, it combines the functionality of a portable lantern and flashlight with a USB charger for your mobile gadgets. Its 7800 mAh battery can power the light for up to 48 hours.
While it’s probably not going to chop down the mightiest tree in the forest, Survco’s credit card sized axe head will do in a pinch. It’s also got 20 other functions, including wrenches, bottle opener, saw, nail puller and more.
This rugged titanium everyday carry tool hangs on your keychain, and offers interchangeable steel driver bits, a carbide window punch, and a utility blade in one. Its key ring swivels so you can turn it without detaching your keys.
John Rambo and Danny Trejo’s bbq sidekick. Slam Design’s spatula looks just like the brutal knife but is actually meant for flipping burgers. It also has built-in bottle openers. Buy it from Firebox and they’ll throw in a bandana.
We think camping and spelunking just got a little more elegant with Taili’s LED flashlight watch. It has a sleek looking face and its lamp has a rechargeable battery, which can be used continuously for approximately 180 minutes.
Save 26% on OrbitKey’s handy leather key fob which can hold between two and seven standard keys and has a built-in bottle opener. Includes a ring attachment for car keys too. Say goodbye to rattling keys forever!
Perfect for fighting the undead or just surviving a camping trip, the Lil’ Trucker combines an axe, wrench, hammer, bottle opener, saw and more in one badass tool. It was designed by firefighters, so they know a thing or two about survival.
Most truck boxes are just an empty bin. Industrial-strength BillyBoxes have adjustable dividers, tool holders, LED lighting and a security system. Options include V-grips for guns and rods and even an audio system. Built in Austin, TX.
Combining a key organizer with a locking knife, the Mini Q might just be the ultimate EDC. Holds up to four keys (eight with extensions). Choose from bottle opener, drop point and anteater utility blades, and aluminum, brass or titanium.
The A1T Endure tactical flashlight lets you selectively run on one of two batteries so it keeps working when one runs out. Pledge $69+, then message the seller with “theawesomer” for a bonus single battery flashlight worth $35.
A shovel multitool. The carbon steel shovel head also acts as a hoe, a saw, and a knife, and the aluminum handle houses additional tools: an ice pick, a blade with a bottle opener and a flashlight that’s also a USB charger.
From Lace Anchors inventor Chuck Harris comes Clingies, a clip with a strong neodymium magnet that lets you hang objects on a variety of surfaces. If you don’t have a magnetic surface nearby, you can use the included stick-on dock.
A smaller version of Mininch’s ingenious Pop-A-Point style screwdriver. The Tool Pen Mini has smaller and thinner bits that are not available in the Tool Pen and its magnetic cap now has a built-in clip. It comes with at least 13 bits.
This unique throwing knife doubles as a 22-function multitool. It’s milled from 420 high-carbon stainless steel, and includes wrenches, screwdrivers, a saw, pry bar, wirestripper, and more. Measures 13″ long.
If you like the MagnoGrip, check out the Mag-Vest. It’s a flexible vest with large ceramic magnets that let you stick your tools in front of your chest. It also has a breathable mesh back, pockets and slots for pens and a hammer.
MetalDreamer’s multitool measures just 1.5″ x 0.5″ but packs a mini pry bar, bottle opener, 6mm hex wrench, wire stripper, nail puller, keychain, mini ruler, mini scraper, hex bit holder, and two flathead screwdrivers. In stainless or titanium.
Bondic is a quick curing liquid plastic. It can bond, fill and insulate plastic, metal, fiberglass and wood. It won’t harden unless exposed to UV light – a UV LED is built into the applicator – so it won’t stick to your skin easily.
From the makers of the Kitchen Safe comes the kSafe, which helps curb bad habits in more ways. You can set it to open on a timer (up to 100 days), only on certain times, after you visit a certain location or after doing physical activity.
Woodworker Frank Howarth shot nearly 6,000 stills, then assembled this stop-motion animation to create the illusion that his table saw and its accessories have lives of their own, and require no human intervention to operate.
Stuffcard is a free app that stores important information about your belongings – product photos, serial numbers, warranty, vendor details and more. It even has a bar code scanner that automatically adds some product data.
By replicating the form of a power drill using a 3D printed model, engineer Lance Abernethy created a tiny drill that measures just 0.67″ long, and holds an spins a tiny 0.5mm drill bit. He’s already working on a smaller version.
Ion Productions Team is readying what they’re calling the commercially-available handheld flamethrower. It’s meant for clearing snow and ice, ridding pavement of weeds, starting bonfires, or just showing off.
A most pragmatic choice for those wanting a discreet tool, this pocket knife will be appreciated for its slim profile; it’s smaller than a credit card but almost as svelte. It’s crafted from ultra light titanium and is a mere 2 3/4″ when closed.
An electronic multi-gadget that packs eight functions in one cubic inch. The WonderCube has a microUSB or Lightning cable, an LED flashlight, an microSD card reader, a microsuction phone stand and a 9v battery emergency charging port.
A workshop in a box. BoXZY has three interchangeable heads that can be swapped easily: a 1.25hp Makita CNC mill, a 2W laser cutter and a 3D printer. It also has 3-axis ballscrew actuators and an aluminum frame.