Most ring-style phone grips do just one thing. The TRING not only improves your grip on your precious gadget, it adds five hexagonal wrenches, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, a bottle opener, box cutter, and seatbelt cutter. It holds to the back of your phone or case using a powerful magnet and doubles as a phone stand.
Boone Titanium Rings‘ oval-shaped titanium multitool packs 21 functions into something small enough to keep on your keychain. Among its many tools are a package opener, wood saw, comb, pliers, wrenches, tweezers, flat screwdriver, knives, 1/4″ hex driver, bottle opener, and a ferrocerium firestarter rod.
Thanks to its CREE XHP 70.2 P2 LED and a 5000mAh rechargeable battery, Klarus‘ tactical flashlight cranks out up to 4000 lumens of brightness, with a beam reach of over 1000 feet. It’s made from mil-spec hard-anodized aluminum alloy, and is IPX8 waterproof. Measures just 6.34″ long, so it goes anywhere.
Despite being just 2.7″ long, this pocket-size flashlight manages to crank out an impressive 1500 lumens in its maximum power mode. It has a CREE XHP50 LED light source, Firefly, Turbo, Strobe, and stepless dimming modes, and recharges via a USB cable. Available in neutral white or cool white LED color temperatures.
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.
This unusual but versatile drawing tool from Hong Kong has a name that sounds like a character from The Mandalorian. It uses a set of modular bars that connect to a center wheel, allowing you to draw all kinds of shapes with ease, including circles, ellipses, pentagons, hexagons, golden ratio spirals, and more.
Designed by Special Forces Green Beret Jeremy Valdez for CRKT, this pocket tool combines a knife with screwdrivers, a bottle opener, an adjustable wrench, and a glass breaker. Its liner lock blade can be opened and closed with one hand, and features a Veff serration which makes quick work of cutting ropes and straps.
If you often find yourself in need of lip balm, Screwpop’s accessory would be a great addition to your keychain. It features a stainless steel clip that firmly holds most standard tubes, while still providing access to its advancer knob. As a bonus, it has a flip-out bottle opener blade.
Bull Tools’ large tool roll is great for organization and storage, with 22 graduated pockets that hold different sizes of wrenches, along with four additional pockets for other items. Made from 24-ounce, waterproof duck canvas, it opens up to 30″ x 13.5″, and rolls up to about 5″ x 13.5″.
Throughout the year, our pals over at Everyday Carry ask readers to submit their favorite products and show off their daily loadout. Click the link to check out their top 10 gear picks from October, including knives, multitools, carrying cases, and more. We’re particularly fond of the capacious Peak Design Tech Pouch.
Honed from K110 steel by DH Custom Knives, this unique handmade knife features a razor-sharp 3.35″ blade and sturdy full-tang construction. Its micarta scales really set it apart, with sculpted edges that provide grip and expose topographical patterns. It comes in eight colors and includes a Kydex sheath.
Vanquest Gear’s useful accessories make it fast and easy to attach and detach packs from bags equipped with MOLLE-compatible webbing. They thread in and lock into place, then can unlock and slide out with a tug for quick removal. Available in Coyote Tan and Wolf Grey colors. Sold in 4-packs.
Designed for first responders, preppers, and campers, Stone Gryphon Tactical’s versatile tool combines an axe, hammer, pry bar, and gas valve wrench in one. It’s made from forged 4130 steel and features a lightweight, skeletonized handle. Made in the U.S.A. by a veteran-owned business.
This palm-sized, waterproof tool uses a ferrocerium rod and striker tool to produce plentiful sparks and get your fire started in seconds. CNC-machined from 6061 anodized aluminum, its 1/4″ rod will last up to 3000 strikes. Available in gunmetal and black finishes.
This small but powerful leaf blower has a 20V, 4.0Ah battery pack for longer runtimes than other cordless models. Its turbine fan can push out air at speeds up to 125 mph, and a variable air control nozzle lets you choose between high-volume or high-speed air. Includes a standard Worx Power Share battery and charger.
StatGear’s smartly-designed stainless steel tool belongs in every vehicle. It includes two essential safety functions – a seatbelt cutter, and a carbide glassbreaker tip. It also comes with a visor-mounted carrying case for quick access in an emergency. Sold in a pack of two, so you can keep one on each visor or in two cars.
Released by Quirky in 2014, the PowerShell is a plug-in work light that uses six bright LEDs to illuminate any space. It offers adjustable angles and can sit on the floor, a tabletop, or even hang. It also has three built-in AC outlets. For a limited time, you can get your hands on one for a bargain price. Save 58% in The Awesomer Shop.
Zippo’s compact fire-starting kit is a great travel companion for any outdoor adventure. It includes five compressed discs of easy-to-light paraffin coated cotton tinder, and a large flint spark wheel, all packed inside of a water-resistant, floating container with a lanyard hole.
Have you ever gotten yourself into a situation where you stripped a screw head and can’t remove it? This set of double-headed extractor bits drills into the center of damaged screws then digs into the metal so you can reverse it out of its hole. Includes five different sizes, and works with all kinds of power drills.
Kershaw’s multifunctional flipper knife includes a long-lasting 8Cr13MoV steel blade, and a flip-out 1/4″ hex driver. Its glass-filled nylon handle provides storage for two flathead and two crosshead bits. The blade opens smoothly and locks securely in place to prevent accidental closure.
This compact eating utensil set is perfect for camping. It combines a nice sharp fork and knife, as well as a spoon, each made from sturdy stainless steel. The knife blade folds over the spoon’s handle, while the fork clips into place for safe and easy carrying.
Scissors in multitools are often small and hard to hold. That’s not the case with SOG’s Snippet, which has a pair of scissors as its central tool. It even has finger loops for precision. It also has a blade, a screwdriver, a nail file, a toothpick, tweezers and a bottle opener.