This sturdy and inexpensive carrying case from Keter is made from weather-resistant polypropylene, and offers plenty of space for organizing small tools inside. It’s got tool holders in its lid, along with adjustable dividers in its main compartment, and a removable bin for small parts. Measures 18.9″L x 14.96″W x 6.89″H.
At the end of the day, most power tools require one consistent element – a motor. In this video from KJDOT, they show how they redirected a drill’s rotational energy 90-degrees to create a compact circular saw. We imagine there’s some drivetrain loss here, but it still seems to get the job done.
Design the Everything’s metal tool tray is just the thing for keeping precision screwdrivers, bits, and small parts organized. It’s machined from aluminum with orange Cerakote and is perfect for any screwdriver set that takes 4mm bits, like the Wiha model shown in the photos. Tools not included.
Handmade in Japan’s Nagao Kanekoma factory, these pocket folders have a Wharncliffe blade made from Warikomi steel, wrapped in a satin brass handle, and comes in three sizes. The simple design and antique style have been passed down through five generations over 125 years. It also comes in satin black.
Never be caught without the proper drill bit or screwdriver again. KingTool’s comprehensive steel bit set comes with 318 pieces in an organizer case. It includes wood, masonry, plastic, and metal drill bits, along with paddle bits, nut drivers, and driver bits in Phillips, slotted, square, Torx, Posilock, and hex shapes.
Imalent’s chunky flashlight is just a little smaller than a 12oz. soda can and blasts out a blinding 25,000 lumens in turbo mode. It packs six CREE XHP70 2nd-gen LEDs and runs on three 21700 4000mAh batteries. Its case is made from aluminum alloy with a wear-resistant anodized surface, and it’s IPX-8 waterproof certified.
This pocket tool is CNC machined and hand-assembled by BoltEDC. It has a sturdy pry tip storage for three 1/8″ screwdriver bits, and a magnetic bit holder. The pocket clip is integrated into the titanium body for durability, and it comes decorated with either brass or copper covers. There’s also a special Mandalorian version.
This pen-style flashlight is optimized for reading documents or performing close-up tasks in the dark. It’s got a high-CRI LED that produces a warm white 3000K light, with a perfectly circular field of light without dark spots. Its 3.46″ long body is made from anodized 6061 aluminum alloy, and includes a reversible steel clip.
This handheld driver from Klein Tools helps turn rusted, frozen, and other stubborn screws. It has an internal spring-loaded mechanism that produces a hammer-like blow of up to 200 ft-lb. of shock torque. The tool includes a 3/8″ square drive adapter and four hex screwdriver bits.
Hold the door better with CountyComm’s fiberglass and reinforced nylon door wedge. Use it to keep doors open or to keep strangers from entering your hotel room. It’s incredibly durable, and its elevated ridges keep it from slipping around. Add a length of paracord for carrying and quick removal in emergencies.
Despite its minimal looks, this flat bar of machined grade-5 titanium can be very useful. Its tip can be used as a pry bar, while its side functions as a sharp cutting tool. Its handle comes wrapped with paracord, which can be unwound and used in an emergency. Measures appx. 7.9″ long.
The accessory design experts at Craighill present their first folding knife. The Rook is a minimal pocket knife made entirely from metal. It has an SV35N steel drop-point blade, a one-handed flipper mechanism, and a frame lock. Available in stainless or tri-color with half-brass/half-stainless handles and a black PVD-coated blade.
Turn your power drill into a powerful and fast cleaning tool with this set of useful accessories. The set includes two each of a 4″ nylon round brush, 3.5″ nylon ball brush, 4″ non-scratch scrubber, and a 4″ non-scratch sponge. Save 37% in The Awesomer Shop. (Drill not included)
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″.
ThruNite’s palm-sized flashlight kicks out up to 693 lumens in its top setting and looks great in its army green aluminum alloy case. It offers five brightness modes and a strobe mode, and runs on a rechargeable 16340 battery. It also has a two-way clip, and a magnetic tail cap so you can stick it to steel surfaces.
This rechargeable light bar is perfect for working under your car hood, near breaker panels, or other metal surfaces. It has two powerful magnets and hidden swivel hooks for mounting versatility, and its 7800mAh battery pack can also recharge gadgets. It outputs up to 1200 lumens and offers four adjustable color temperatures.
This handy pocket tool packs a three useful survival items in a pen-sized package. It’s got a carbide-tipped glass breaker, a safety whistle, and a firestarter and steel wool tinder compartment inside its anodized aluminum shell. Includes a built-in keyring for easy carrying.
When you buy saw blades from the hardware store, you can expect them to be made from steel. But maker Ivan Miranda wanted to see if it would be possible to make his own saw blades from other materials. He tested out a few designs using 3D-printed plastic and laser-cut aluminum with some very mixed results.
This stainless steel wallet card comes from the makers of the Tiny Survival Guide. It packs 17 emergency field tools including a combo knife/spear point, sewing needles, fishing hooks, mini harpoons, a spare button, a micro drill, saw blades, tweezers, and more. A combo kit with their wallet-sized survival guide is also available.
This compact axe from Schrade is ideal for backpacks. It weighs just 1.44 pounds thanks to its glass fiber and TPR rubber handle, while its 3.8 stainless steel blade makes quick work of chopping tasks. Its reverse side has a textured hammer pommel, and it comes with a ferro rod for starting fires in its handle.
TiCarry’s modern knife features a slick butterfly hinge design and a magnetic locking mechanism. Its blade is made from premium M390 chromium steel, while its body is machined from grade 5 titanium. It measures just 11mm thick, so it’s an easy everyday carry.
At the end of each month, our pals at Everyday Carry look back to see what gear their followers were most interested in. The September 2021 selection includes great pocket tools like the Leatherman Signal, the compact Olight i3T EOS Ti flashlight, and their own storage collab with Manhattan Portage, the Atlas Sling V2.
This pocketable EDC accessory combines four useful functions in one – it’s a comb, a bottle opener, pry tool, and 1/4″ hex bit driver. It’s made from grade 5 titanium, making it virtually indestructible. Add on the optional GO-FAST keyring to hang it from your keychain.
Designed by Joe Wu for CRKT, this handy tool is perfect for maintaining knives or other items that use Torx screws. The compact aluminum driver fits comfortably in your hand, grips confidently, and stores six bits in its handle. It comes with T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, and T15 driver bits.