The Knnox lighter is more than a tool – though it’s good at its job too. The elegantly designed lighter is sure to be a conversation piece, thanks to the way its fire comes up from its side. Each lighter is made from a solid block of brass and comes with a lifetime warranty.
This keychain-sized retractable knife allows you to carry a razor-sharp hobby and craft blade anywhere. It works with 12 different types of blades for carving, slicing, whittling, and more. Pop the blade off, and it’s TSA-compliant – just buy more blades at your destination.
Quickloader’s small tie-down strap is made entirely out of rubber, which means there’s no metal or any other hard material that can risk damage or injuries. It’s perfect for small tie-down jobs, with a maximum load of 55 lb. Each pack comes with two straps.
Be prepared when you run out of gas without cluttering your car with the ItzaGasCan emergency gas can. It’s a one-time use bag-in-a-box with a one gallon capacity. It’s collapsed by default so it won’t take up much space. It can be safely used with gasoline, E85, and diesel.
Bosch’s new FlexiClick 12V Drill/Driver System is compact yet incredibly versatile, thanks to its modular nature. It has two speed settings, a built-in LED light and comes with a keyless chuck, a locking bit holder, a right angle attachment and an offset angle attachment.
Amazon’s mobile app has a new augmented reality feature called Part Finder. It’s meant to identify screws, nuts, bolts or other types of fasteners to make shopping for them easier. Take a photo of the fastener and the app will try to identify it with links to purchase the item.
This crazy looking gadget is perfect for working on small items like electronic circuits or jewelry. Four of its gooseneck arms have alligator clips for holding objects, while the other two offer a flashlight and a magnifying glass. Its base can be easily attached to a workbench for stability.
From personal to digital, Inventery’s compact and versatile pen has your writing needs covered. Aside from its namesake tool, it also has an interchangeable ballpoint pen head. Its clipped cap can also be swapped with a stylus tip, a clip-less cap and a keychain cap.
“This idea would prove more complicated than I initially imagined.” This documentary about founder Tim Leatherman looks at the inspiration behind the first Leatherman tool, Tim’s years of experimentation, failure, and rejection, and testimonials from satisfied Leatherman owners.
The Faradeus flashlight doesn’t have any batteries. Instead, you simply shake it to charge it up. Shaking it for 10 seconds gives you a minute of light. It’s also waterproof and shockproof. While its 20-lumen LED isn’t super bright, it’ll never run out of power.
This beautiful frame lock knife features a blackwash finish on both its sturdy S35VN steel blade and its titanium handle. Both have a Tungsten DLC coating for wear resistance, and it packs a KVT ball bearing for smooth manual opening. Blade measures 3.6″ long.
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.
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