There are plenty of modern toolboxes with shiny plastic bits, but there’s something to be said for these old school metal boxes from Japan’s Trusco, which offer a classic look, a durable steel body done up in a beautiful blue, and a smooth-opening double-hinged top.
A no-nonsense modern pocket knife featuring a clean, industrial look. It features a canvas-textured Micarta handle, a 3.5″ D2 steel drop-point blade, a reversible pocket clip, a stainless liner lock, a smooth ball bearing mechanism, and a hole for attaching to a lanyard.
The Nextorch UL360 weighs just 4oz and is only 3.1″ long. It has a magnetic base, an elastic strap and S-biner. Combine those with its 360º rotation and you have a lamp that can be positioned practically anywhere and at any angle. It’s on Massdrop until 2/24 for just $18.
KeyClip combines a wallet, key ring, and tools in one. It can hold 8 cards, 4 keys or a combo of keys and add-on tools like a bottle opener or a USB drive. Its omnidirectional light emits a cool green glow around its acrylic edge. Variants available without the light starting at $60.
This unique accessory deserves a place in every bug-out bag. The Spool Tool is designed to hold and neatly wind up to 100 feet of paracord. It’s also got a built in safety knife for cutting cord, and a spot for a BiC Mini lighter (not included) for heat-sealing the ends of paracord.
It sounds like a Latin animal species name, but this carbon fiber wallet card pops bottles open with ease, and doubles as a short ruler. While we wish the hex-shaped openings were usable as wrenches, they appear to be strictly aesthetic. But for opening bottles, it’s perfect.
Tennessee Forged starts out with CRKT Woods tomahawks, then dresses them up with a new handle treatment, copper rivets, a leather neck guard, custom filework on the head, and a rust preventive oxide coating. Choose from axe/spike, axe/hammer, or axe only variants.
The perfect addition to any toolbox or workbench, this bottle opener has a screwdriver style handle so you can store it amongst your tools, then pop open a cold one after a long day working on projects. Features a cushioned handle and a durable stainless steel blade.
This compact camping axe has a full tang stainless steel blade that’s perfect for clearing brush or warding off zombie attacks. Its 4.5″ blade has extra protection to resist corrosion, and its handle is shaped to be more comfortable than straight-handled axes.
Made from durable Ti-6AL-4V titanium alloy, and sporting a gate that won’t easily break, this easy to carry tool clips just about anywhere, and combines multiple wrenches, a ruler, flat and phillips screwdrivers, a scraper/pry tool, and a bottle opener in one.
Designed by former martial artist and self-defense specialist James Williams, CRKT’s Williams Tactical Key is an innocuous self-defense tool. It looks just like a key but offers a pointed end and a secure grip when needed. It also works as a Philips screwdriver.
The Pack Pliers are made specifically for avid cyclists. It integrates tools that you won’t find on other multi tools. It functions as a tire lever, valve core remover, valve stem lock nut wrench and master link pliers. It also has a magnetic compartment for two master links.
This useful stainless steel and plastic tool combines a cutting blade, bottle opener, firestarter, flashlight, compass, screwdriver, carabiner, and 1/4″ hex bit adapter in one. Also available in a gift set with a machined tactical pen and waterproof case for $55.
Inspired by classic WWII army folders, this Ken Onion-designed knife features “Field Strip” technology, which allows for easy disassembly and cleaning without tools, while still maintaining rigidity. Has a 3.5″ steel drop-point blade, and a 6061 aluminum handle.
Gear Aid’s LED area lights offer three selectable color temperatures and 10 brightness levels. They double as a USB battery pack, and can be mounted on a tripod. Available in 60 LED/320 lumen/10,400 mAh and a super-bright 82 LED/640 lumen/20,800 mAh versions.