While you could go spend over $1000 on an electric skateboard, you could also do what Inspire to Make did, and build one using a power drill, an extension bit holder, and a couple of other off-the-shelf items. Total cost: less than $500. Perfect for a literal cheapskate.
CountyComm’s pen-sized screwdriver is the perfect addition to your EDC pack. The compact aluminum tool has two interchangeable bits which provide two sizes of phillips and flat-head drivers. The cap has a neodymium magnet built in to lift items up to 8oz.
Prometheus Lights’ quick-release keychain flashlight is shockingly bright, and crafted from durable real metals. Its LED light source is designed for optimal rendering of colors it illuminates. Available in anodized black, nickel plate, solid brass, and solid copper.
Keep small items like paper, matches, cash, and ammo safe and dry in these sturdy capsules, made from durable Delrin thermoplastic with a screw-tight lid with a waterproof O-ring. The small capsule holds items up to 3.3″ x 1.84″, and the small one holds 2.8″ x 0.8″ inside.
A great everyday folding knife at a great price. The Kershaw Injection 3.0 offers a lightweight 3D machined G-10 fiberglass laminate handle that lets you see through to the stainless steel inside. Blade length is 3″. Overall length is 7″ when open, and 4″ closed.
A portable, unobtrusive and legal speed trap indicator. Instead of using radar, TrapTap uses location data and input from users to locate speed traps. It flashes red, green or blue depending on the zone or listed trap. You can add locations or turn it off by tapping on it.
This limited-edition knife not only features a big 3.85″ blade, and a sturdy stainless steel body, but it’s got glow-in-the-dark handle scales. Other features include a ball bearing lock, a lanyard hole, and a pocket clip. Available for a limited time from Massdrop.