This tiny metal capsule puts a multitool on your keychain. Its stackable modules include a slotted screwdriver/pry tool, a Phillips screwdriver, a cutting blade, and a curved metal tip for pushing buttons without touching them with your fingertip. It comes in natural or black stainless steel and natural or rainbow titanium.
WESN’s stubby little pocket knife weighs just 1oz. and measures just 3.75″ long when opened, but its D2 tool steel blade is still super useful for everyday tasks. It has Grade 5 titanium handle scales with optional G10 on one side. It has ceramic bearings, a frame lock, and a thumb flipper for quick and confident deployment.
This 13-inch-tall step stool from Worx helps your reach the ceiling and doubles as a sturdy toolbox. It has enough space inside to hold up to 28 pounds of tools, and its step can hold up to 324 pounds. It has a fold-out carrying handle and a pull-out drawer for accessory storage.
A useful survival tool, this black oxide-coated stainless steel hatchet makes quick work of chopping wood, and has a built-in rope cutter, a trio of wrenches, and comes with an 8 ft. length of paracord that serves as its grip. It also includes a whistle, a firestarter, and a nylon sheath.
The Nite Ize S-Biner Ahhh is an S-shaped carabiner perfect for carrying keys, or hanging lightweight outdoor gear. It doubles as a bottle opener so you can reward yourself with a cold brew once you’ve set up camp. It comes in five colors: stainless, black, red, blue, and green.
This pocket-friendly folding knife features a ceramic blade that’s sharp enough to slice through cardboard, clamshell packaging, paper, tape, and string, but less likely to cut skin. It has an ambidextrous design and is compatible with both rounded- and pointed-tip blades, which last about 11x longer than steel blades.
These anodized aluminum trays are designed for holding screws, springs, keycaps, and other mechanical keyboard parts, but they’re great for any project where you’re dealing with small parts. They come in square or circular versions and measure 7cm (~2.75″) across.
Mgear’s handmade gadget holster carries a small flashlight, a magnetically-attached multitool, and a key ring. It’s made from leather over a strong polymer core and includes both the adjustable-focus flashlight and folding steel multitool. Available in black or tan leather.
This limited-edition variant of Olight’s i3T Plus pocket flashlight features a copper body that’s textured to look like a stalk of bamboo. Each one is hand-aged with fire and water, so no two lights are identical. It has 15-lumen, 100-lumen, and 250-lumen turbo modes and runs for up to 28 hours.
WESN’s lightweight pocket tool is about as minimal as you can get. Milled from titanium, its open-loop body can hang from a keychain or carabiner and provides four functions: flathead screwdriver, scraper, pry bar, and bottle opener. It’s available in natural titanium or black finishes.
This set of camping tools and accessories is an outstanding value. It includes a hunting knife, a multi-function axe, and a machete, each with one-piece steel construction and a sheath. There’s also a 250-lumen flashlight, 50 feet of paracord, a stone blade sharpener, a flint firestarter stick, and five carabiner clips.
Go inside of Italy’s Beta Utensili factory, where they take pieces of raw steel, heat them, hot roll, and machine hammer them into their rough shapes, before cutting them out, sand blasting, grinding, tumbling, and refining their openings before hardening and plating each piece into a finished combination wrench.
This limited-run woodworking tool from Blue Spruce Toolworks looks amazing and will never let you down. Its stainless steel blade has an engine-turned finish for a jeweled appearance, attached firmly to its handle for a perfect 90° angle. Available in 6″ and 12″ lengths with a wood or leather handle inset. Pre-orders close 4.25.2022.
RovyVon’s palm-sized flashlight offers two options for power – a built-in rechargeable LiPo battery or a replaceable AAA battery. It comes in 400-lumen, 550-lumen, and 700-lumen models in various combinations of cool, warm, or red LEDs. Choose from aqua, orange, green, black, or gunmetal IPX7 waterproof aluminum cases.
Grim Workshop’s wallet card includes a useful array of tools to help you start a campfire. In addition to its scraper bar, its thick, high-carbon steel card can be struck against its ferrocerium bar to get sparks going. It also packs a magnesium bar to increase heat, a choice of three different blades, a file, and a saw.
Do you have lots of hex bits, drill bits, and sockets scattered around your workshop? These 3D-printed holders have hundreds of 1/4″ hexagons for holding onto your bits. Each tray can store up to 400 bits, and their design means you can place multiples snugly against each other. JackofAll3D sells them in nine different colors.
This folding knife is ideal for outdoor meal prep. Its 2.45″ Sandvik 12c27 steel blade slices meats and veggies for your campsite cookouts with ease and holds closed with a friction fold mechanism. It’s also available with titanium handle scales, though we prefer the classic style of the rosewood.
Never smash a finger again when hammering in nails. These safety pliers have unique grooves designed for steadying various nail sizes, so you can get them started without having to hold them between your fingertips. They’re made from sturdy plastic and lay flat against horizontal or vertical surfaces.
A very special pocket multitool from Swiss Army knife and watchmaker Victorinox. The SwissTool BS is murdered-out in black oxide steel and includes 29 useful functions in one, including pliers, screwdrivers, saws, wire tools, openers, knives, rulers, a file, punch tool, and more.
NEBO’s versatile flashlight combines a 2000-lumen spotlight beam with a 500-lumen COB work light that emerges from its telescoping center. It also has a 40-lumen red light with a flashing hazard mode. Made from aluminum with an IP67 water-resistant rating, and runs on a rechargeable 18650 battery.
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.”
A heavy-duty, compact axe designed for outdoor living as well as throwing. Its 12 inch head and 2.75″ blade is constructed from long-lasting 8Cr13Mov stainless steel, attached to a sturdy glass-reinforced nylon handle. It weighs just 23.1 oz., and comes with a ballistic nylon sheath.
Measuring 4.8″ long, the TC15 packs a punch for its size, kicking out a max 2300 lumens with a beam distance of 807 feet. It has a CREE XHP 35 LED light source, and is powered by a rechargeable 18650 battery. It offers five brightness levels and a strobe mode, and comes in black or military tan with cool or neutral white light.
Most keychain or pocket bit drivers struggle to produce sufficient torque. Vessel’s ball-shaped handle is small enough to carry on a keychain or belt loop, and its design offers a superior grip for its size. It accepts the same long 1/4″ hex bits you might use with a drill. They also make Ball Grip drivers in larger sizes.
Designer and knifemaker Anthony “Ant” Richards takes inspiration from the classic No. 11 scalpel and updates it into a contemporary style. The slimline Crow Peck Scalpel is made from a billet of hollow ground D2 tool steel. They’re available in a stonewashed grey or black finish and include a matching Kydex sheath.