Color-coded hex keys with ball ends for working with screws from a wider variety of angles.
A decent entry-level telescope for kids (or anyone else) just discovering the joys of astronomy.
The perfect kit for beginner bookbinders and craft makers.
A compact, well-made, long-lasting fire-starting tool.
Works like a multi-tool for your keys (plus it stops all that irritating jangling).
A heavy-duty electric sharpener that’s recommended by teachers, librarians, and parents all over.
A full-sized, 100% “one-hand-operable” multi-tool, including one-hand-opening pliers AND a one-hand-opening blade.
When buying a pressure washer, be sure to stick to one with a Honda engine.
A bottle opener with personality. It’s durable, comfortable to use, and easy to find in a drawer.
Great binoculars for enjoying live shows and sporting events, even from the nosebleeds.
A dependable, army-style fire starter that can last up to 12,000 strikes, works even in extreme conditions, and includes a built-in emergency whistle.
A 7-in-1 tool that unfolds to reveal fun animal shapes.
A discrete screwdriver bit that fits and functions on a titanium key ring.
A desktop star chart that inverts the night sky for immediate and complete reference of the essential heavenly bodies.
A set of four different-sized drill bits for extracting stripped/damaged screws.
A super-affordable sharpener that may just be the last one you ever buy.
A handsome set of six screwdrivers (3 Phillips, 3 flathead) with handles made from turned Maine hardwood. Comes with a thick canvas pouch.
A wall fixture for organizing and decluttering your space.