Designed by Jeff Park, CRKT’s low-profile liner-lock pocket knife features a bead blasted aluminum handle inspired by the shape of a dog bone, and a straight-back 3.5″ steel blade. Note that the prototype in the video is missing the two-toned scales of the production version.
Petzl’s knife is perfect for climbers or anyone who needs to cut rope, thanks to its carabiner-compatible center hole, and a dual-edged blade with smooth and serrated edges. The blade notch makes bare-handed opening easy, while the textured wheel is great for gloved use.
If you’re looking for an alternative to unwieldy pillboxes, check out Lever Gear’s CLiP. It stores small items but has a pocket-friendly shape. It also has a magnetic hex bit holder so you can use it as a screwdriver. There’s also a variant with a built-in flashlight.
We love the unique and minimal modern design of this solid metal opener from Croatia’s VAU. The triangular structure provides strength and leverage, and its flat base allows it to stand as a countertop sculpture when not in use. Choose from aged brass or satin silver finishes.
This incredible fiberglass reinforced tape can repair just about anything, from broken tool handles to actively-leaking pipes. Once wet and formed into place, it cures 100 times stronger than duct tape. Comes with one 2″ wide wraps, one 1″ wide wrap, and prep materials.
The FLEXiT Solar has a built-in solar panel so that you can charge it during the day and get up to 70h of runtime. It also has a microUSB charging port. Like other FLEXiT lights, you can bend, fold and wrap its silicone body. It also has a hook and a non-slip base with magnets.
A good multi-tool is something you should have on hand all of the time. But which one of these jacks of all trades should you buy? Our friends at Everyday Carry have got you covered with five of the latest and greatest, including the compact SOG PowerPint shown here.
Klein Tools’ 56029 Clamping Worklight is a versatile lighting solution. You can use it as a normal flashlight, but when you need both your hands you can set it on the ground or use its built-in clamp. Its head pivots 90º and rotates 360º. It’s also dust- and water-resistant.
Bladesmith Jake’s Custom Knives takes an old pipe wrench and works his magic, transforming the rusty plumber’s tool into a beautiful and unique new knife, perfect for throwing at a bullseye. While this one isn’t for sale can buy other knives over at Jake’s Etsy shop.
If you’ve ever tried to tighten or loosen a screw in tight space, you know how useless regular screwdrivers can be. This set of low-profile offset drivers has flattened handles which make tricky screw placement far less frustrating. Sold in a set of 6, along with a carabiner clip.
The improved version of Big Idea Design’s Titanium Pocket Tool. The TPT Slide has a new two-stage sliding mechanism, a stronger universal wrench, a removable pocket clip and is made of thicker metal. It has a fork, a cutter, a screwdriver, Torx fasteners and more.
This watertight, aluminum storage capsule isn’t quite TSA-friendly, but as long as nobody thinks it’s an actual stick of TNT, we think it’s dynamite, since it looks cool and holds more than most. Optional bottom caps include a compass, glow light, a tripod mount, and more.
This extraordinarily bright and tough flashlight will never let you down. Its hard-anodized aluminum body is IPX8 waterproof, and outputs up to 1100 lumens of brightness thanks to a powerful Cree XP-L LED light source. Also available with a rechargeable 18650 battery.
Everyman based its upcoming mechanical pencil on its proven refillable pen as well as customer feedback. The pencil has the same durable anodized aluminum body as the pen. It has a replaceable eraser and interchangeable reservoir so you can use 0.5mm or 0.7mm lead.