If you are hanging pictures or shelving, you need a good stud finder.
Some of the most unique scissors you’ll ever own.
A sleek stainless steel executive pen with a small pair of scissors hidden in the barrel.
These clever tools allow you to see through to what you’re measuring below, rather than covering it up like most rulers.
8″ nylon zip ties that can be readjusted on the fly or used for other jobs later.
A neat little trinket that will be handy to have around whenever and wherever you need to make quick measurements.
A small, portable tool for swapping out watch straps at a moment’s notice.
A nifty old-school tool for scoring, creasing, and smoothing paper.
A nifty attachment that allows you to drill holes and drive screws in confined spaces.
Specifically made to saw through cardboard almost like butter, and way more enjoyable to use than your typical razor blade boxcutter.
For less than $30, you get a no-frills, decently sharp knife that feels comfortable in your hand, all without breaking the bank.
An ultra-compact, variable-output, 300-lumen LED flashlight that’ll fit right in on your keychain.
If you need a new garden hose, this is a great option.
An all-metal keyholder that doubles as a modular and customizable EDC tool.
Modern bottle openers that blend functionality with elegant design. Made in the USA and cast in solid brass to last a lifetime.
Table saw blades that let you fold a single sheet of plywood into a neat, seamless box with just four cuts.
You never know when you’re going to need duct tape. Here’s a stylish way to always keep some with you.
High-quality, Japanese-made scissors that are well worth the money you spend on them.
An awesome electronics toolkit for pros and hobbyists alike.