Lamello’s Invis Mx2 is a system of connectors and a magnetic drill drive that lets you create invisible joints without using glues, screws or clamps. The system also makes it easy to disassemble the joints. The Mx2 has a 60% higher clamping force than its predecessor.
Zerohour’s Apex Bolt is a titanium ballpoint bolt action pen. It uses Fisher Space pen cartridges, so it can write underwater and upside down. It also has a ceramic tip for breaking glass, and a hidden magnetic hex bit socket. It’s available in three finishes.
Chris Lefteri’s FixIts is a moldable plastic with a variety of uses. Simply dunk it in hot water then mold it according to your needs. Once it hardens, you can cut, drill and sand it. You can even drop it in hot water again to reuse it. It’s also biodegradable so it’s easy to dispose of.
Rexford Knives partnered with Gallantry to create a special edition of its RUT utility blade multitool. The RUT V3 has a titanium body. It comes with a black blade but fits standard boxcutter blades. It also has a screwdriver, a bit driver, a bottle opener and a pry bar.
While folding knives are convenient to carry in your pocket, fixed blade knives generally offer greater stability, leverage, and fewer points of failure. So if you don’t mind wearing a waist sheath, these blades are worth a look. Everyday Carry picks 10 of the best and newest designs.
This teensy multitool punches far above its weight class, packing 7 wrenches, a box opener, bottle opener, fire flint, scraping tool, and a 1/4″ hex bit holder that actually ratchets, making it far more useful in cramped spaces. Available in stainless steel or titanium.
Coming for winter 2018, the Tusk is a compact and versatile tool for getting rid of snow and ice from a variety of surfaces. It has an ice scraper, a retractable spade with cutting teeth, squeegee wings to safely remove ice from vehicles, and doubles as a safety reflector.