Leatherman’s new Free collection consists of multitools that have all of their implements on the outside of each tool, allowing for quick and one-handed access. The magnetic system deploys each tool with reduced friction and will never wear out. Drops 4/2019.
This pocket-sized flashlight combines a focused spotlight beam on its tip with a broad, omnidirectional lantern on its side. It can also stand up thanks to its bell-shaped rubber boot. Its C4 LED outputs 65 lumens, and runs for up to 6.5 hours on 2 AAA batteries.
The Gerber Mullet is a small multitool that’s meant to be carried on a belt loop or clipped to a keychain. It functions as a wire stripper, a scraper, a nail puller, a pry bar, a small and a large flathead driver, a cross driver, a 1/4″ hex driver and a bottle opener.
Inspired by a balisong knife, Artisan’s fun to use gadget features a stainless steel multitool instead of a knife blade. It has a pry bar, bottle opener, hex wrench, and ruler, and its titanium handles have a locking mechanism. Also available with stainless/G10 handles.
A clever power tool which lets you rapidly switch between drilling pilot holes and driving screws thanks to its unique double head. Mix and match any two bits that fit a 1/4″ chuck. Has variable-speed motor and 20V battery for plenty of power, and a built-in LED light.
A pocket knife must first and foremost do its job of being a reliable and useful cutting tool. But we appreciate when knifemakers go the extra mile to make them stylish and handsome too. Here, Everyday Carry shares their picks for 10 great looking knives for proper gentlemen.
Gentlemen’s Hardware’s Swiss army style tool packs a cheese grater, zester, garlic crusher, channel knife, small paring knife, serrated knife, peeler, fork, spoon, bottle opener, corkscrew, and can opener in one gadget. It has a wood handle and stainless steel blades.
For his latest project, metalsmith Shurap created a gigantic chisel using numerous layers of steel. The oversized tool is designed for woodworking, but is so beautiful that it could just be a work of art on a stand. Watch how the intricately-carved handle was made here.
Whether you need to open a package, slice up an apple, or tighten a screw, you’ll always be prepared with Higher Objects‘ wristband, which packs a knife with a flat head screwdriver tip. It’s made from stainless steel and neoprene, and is also available in black or gold here.
The James Brand’s Ellis is a minimalist multitool that includes four of the most used everyday tools: a partially serrated knife, a combination screwdriver and bottle opener, and a pry bar or scraper. The knife and combo screwdriver lock in place for safe operation.
Logosol’s Smart Splitter is a stationary axe that spares your back and shoulders when splitting logs or making kindling. It easily holds wood in place, while its striking weight delivers up to 14 tons of force. A couple of swings is all you need to get the job done.
Un Future Object’s AutoAuto combines all of the tools you need to change and inflate your vehicle’s tires into one compact device. Each step has a dedicated button so it’s user-friendly. It has a built-in tire gauge and pump. It draws power from your car’s cigarette lighter port.
This unusual power tool slices through branches up to 4″ thick with ease and without the major safety risks of traditional chainsaws. Its partially enclosed blade and scissor action hold work in place and limit kickback. Available in corded and cordless lithium ion versions.