Need to light up? Do away with butane, flints, and wind with this neat lighter which uses electrical current to start fire. A single charge via USB will get you 50 uses, and it’s TSA approved, so you can carry it with you on a flight. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.
A brilliantly simple upgrade to the conventional tape measure, the Pencilman provides a locking clamp which holds a pen, pencil, or Sharpie, so you can easily and consistently mark items, even one-handed. In addition to straight lines, it can mark arcs and circles.
The new FlashTorch Mini flashlight is 40% smaller than the original FlashTorch while still packing enough intensity to set objects on fire and even cook food. It has a customized 65W Carley halogen bulb, three brightness settings and a battery that lasts up to 100min.
This adjustable titanium band not only looks great, it’s perfect for guys who normally skip jewelry because it’s strictly decorative. That’s because this ring doubles as a driver for any 1/4″ hex bit. The set includes the ring, 4 hex bits, and a keychain bit holder. Limited stock.
Why carry both a lighter and a pocket knife, when you can have a single tool that performs both duties. The matte black LighterBro Stealth slips over your disposable lighter, and adds a small knife, scissors, and an eyeglass screwdriver. Save 25% in The Awesomer Shop.
Unlike regular adjustable wrenches, there’s no fumbling around with that spinny thing with these. Instead, these wrenches adjust to the size of the nut with a squeeze of the handle. Simply push the release button to pop it back open. Set includes a 6″ and 8″ wrench.
The textured handle on this Italian-made flipper knife looks amazing in G-10 or titanium, but it’s the Palissandro Santos wood version that appeals to us most. Its recurved 3.5″ blade is made from Bohler N690Co stainless steel, and is ideal for both piercing and cutting tasks.
When it comes to survival, there are few items more critical to have at the ready than a knife, a flashlight, and a way to tell time without your smartphone. Our pals over at Everyday Carry assembled 10 ready-to-go gear combos for every budget and situation.
Always be prepared (to eat) with this durable lightweight camping utensil, which combines a fork, spook, and knife in one. The fork has a serrated edge, while the spoon on back has a flat tip, making it perfect for digging out melons, ice cream, or other scoopy stuff.
You don’t have to be a truck driver to get value from this impressive tool, which combines an axe, hammer, nail puller, pry bar, spanner, and a tire chain hook in one. Has a fiberglass handle and shock-absorbing grip. It’s perfect for taking down zombies too.
We’ve seen lots of multitools, but the Talon features one of the smartest designs yet. It has 17 tools, one of which functions as a handle for a 1/4″ hex socket. It’s TSA-friendly, and built from a from a sturdy, lightweight composite that won’t scratch stuff in your pocket.
If you carry just one tool in your bag, let it be Vouke’s combination flashlight and bladed multitool. It’a got a bright CREE LED lamp, and six versatile blades for everything from fishing to cutting wood, opening bottles and cans, and tightening nuts and screws.