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.
Do you like your birthday cake with lots of layers? Then you need a proper tool to cut through all that cake and icing. Fred’s handsaw-shaped cake cutter should do the trick quite nicely while adding a fun new item to your kitchen toolbox. Its gently-serrated edge also makes quick work of heads of lettuce.
Clamps are readily available at your local hardware store, but if you’re industrious, you could always make your own. Pask Makes shows off a square clamp he made from steel, and walks through the process of building one with handheld tools, then ramping up production with professional workbench tools.
This battery-powered fan helps you keep cool all day long on a single charge. It has multiple mounting options, including a 2″ spring-loaded clamp and strong magnets, along with a 360° adjustable head. It’s designed for working on construction job sites but works great in any place you need air circulation and cooling.
What we really like about this tool roll is its carrying versatility. In addition to briefcase handles, it comes with a shoulder strap and two metal loops that can be used for hanging it in your shop. It’s got five deep double-zippered pockets that can hold all kinds of hand tools and accessories and is made from sturdy 1000D Cordura.
Roxon’s compact but versatile BBQ tool offers up six useful features for outdoor cooking: a fork, spatula, knife, tongs, bottle opener, and wine corkscrew. It’s made from food-grade 430 stainless steel and comes with a nylon carrying pouch. It measures about 11″ long when folded.
Bosch’s Tough Impact Drill Driver Set includes driver bits that have an extended torsion zone, and drill bits that have black oxide coating. The result is a set of impact bits that last up to 10 times longer than standard ones. The rugged case makes it easy to retrieve sets or single bits.
Lumintop’s compact aluminum flashlight has a cool blue-grey anodized finish and is rated IPX8 waterproof. Its triple Cree LEDs produce up to 2800 lumens of cold white light, visible from up to 650 feet away. It’s powered by a single 18650 battery and is small enough to keep in your pocket.
The guys at the Hydraulic Press Channel have been trying to get a hammer to explode under the crushing weight of their 150-ton press. Despite their best efforts, they couldn’t get it to happen. Will adding some liquid nitrogen help make their explosive dreams a reality? Hit play and find out.
Inspired by the Klingon melee weapon of choice, this Bat’leth multitool helps you perform your everyday repairs with honor. Its functions include a bottle opener, three hex wrenches, a flathead screwdriver, a Phillips head screwdriver, a cord cutter, and a butterfly wrench. It’s also great for battling Romulan action figures.
After the end of every month, Everyday Carry compiles a list of the gear their readers clicked on and liked the most. For March 2022, we’ve got not one or two but six very different kinds of knives, two tactical flashlights, a modern pen, and a classic dress watch. We love the grenade look on that ReyLight Pineapple Ti Min.
Find Bigfoot every time you reach for this handy multitool from UST. The stainless steel Sasquatch tool packs a hex wrench, bottle opener, cord cutter, flathead and Phillips screwdrivers, a butterfly wrench, and a can opener. It’s also TSA compliant and includes a carabiner for clipping it to your backpack or belt loop.
This substantial storage bin is a big upgrade from plastic crates. It’s made from 22-gauge steel and rolls on heavy-duty casters. It’s great for tools, art supplies, or valuables you want out of sight. It has a large main compartment and a removable tray. It measures 20″w x 20″h x 15″d and comes in matte black and classic red.
This versatile pocket knife is ready for everyday adventures. It packs in a dozen functions including a large main blade, bottle opener, wire stripper, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, can opener, toothpick, tweezers, a wood saw, and more. Available in classic red, black, or army green camouflage.
This waterproof aluminum flashlight from Klarus is small but mighty. It measures just 4.75″ long and weighs just 5oz. with the battery, but can crank out a blinding 4000 lumens in its 5-second turbo mode. Runtimes range from 200 hours in its lowest “moonlight” setting down to 1.5 hours at 2000 lumens.
This pocket-sized tool from Big Idea Design combines a one-handed utility knife with several useful functions. Despite its minimal looks, it works as a flat-head screwdriver, pry bar, scraper, 1/4″ hex driver, a universal Metric/Imperial wrench, and more. It’s made from titanium with a rugged, stonewashed finish.
This handy accessory turns Leatherman multitools into a portable battery tester. It takes advantage of the metal construction of the tools to conduct power and can display voltages from 2.5 to 30 VDC using a set of yellow, red, and green LEDs. It’s compatible with the Leatherman Signal, Wave, Skeletool, Surge, and Bit Extender.
Whether picking up tiny screws, plucking a random hair, or yanking out a splinter, you never know when you might need a pair of tweezers. These compact stainless steel tweezers hang out on your keychain until you need them, and offer a precision point. Also sold in a 3-pack.
After building and restoring a number of power tools for their workshop, Black Beard Projects wanted to put them to use. In this video, see how they heated a thick steel rod and formed it into the head of an elegant Japanese-style tool known as a Dog Head hammer. We love the color of its heat-treated finish and burnt wood handle.
The Free K2 incorporates a 3.3″ 420HC steel blade with seven additional tools. The multipurpose EDC has a pry tool, multiple flat drivers, a Phillips driver, a bottle opener, a package opener, and an awl that can be deployed from its aluminum body. Each tool is designed for one-handed access, and its blade locks magnetically.
This puck-shaped tool lets you carry a set of socket wrenches anywhere. Its universal Cr-Mo steel sockets fit 15 different SAE and Metric socket sizes, and can turn hexagonal, Torx, spline, square, and even damaged bolt heads. It also can hold hex driver bits with its magnetic 1/4″ holder.